NY STATE GRADUATION PATHWAYS DATA 2019

The Board of Regents approved regulations establishing multiple, comparably rigorous assessment pathways to graduation for all students. The recently approved regulations recognize the importance of engaging students’ interests in rigorous and relevant academic programs in the Arts; Languages other than English (LOTE)/Biliteracy; Career and Technical Education (CTE); Humanities; Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM); and Career Developmental Occupational Studies (CDOS). The revised regulation allows students to use a passing score on an approved pathway assessment or successful completion of program requirements for the CDOS credential toward meeting the assessment requirements for graduation.

Complete information on the types of diploma credentials which can be earned and the criteria for each.

Additional information on Graduation Pathways can be found on the Curriculum and Instruction site.

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Subgroup Total Humanities Humanities Alternative Arts Career and Technical Education Math Science Career Development and Occupational Studies Languages Other Than English
# % # % # % # % # % # % # % # %
All Students 173,276 160,071 92% 470 0% 513 0% 1,994 1% 2,267 1% 4,055 2% 2,516 1% 1,386 1%
Female 88,082 81,340 92% 203 0% 294 0% 858 1% 1,198 1% 2,070 2% 1,260 1% 857 1%
Male 85,194 78,731 92% 267 0% 219 0% 1,136 1% 1,069 1% 1,985 2% 1,256 1% 529 1%
Multiracial 2,730 2,540 93% 8 0% 4 0% 41 2% 17 1% 73 3% 35 1% 12 0%
American Indian or Alaska Native 1,045 961 92% 2 0% 1 0% 18 2% 18 2% 29 3% 11 1% 5 0%
Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander 17,635 16,959 96% 33 0% 22 0% 63 0% 231 1% 207 1% 67 0% 53 0%
White 85,436 79,410 93% 323 0% 402 0% 1,238 1% 886 1% 2,339 3% 736 1% 101 0%
Black or African American 27,731 25,002 90% 33 0% 49 0% 295 1% 558 2% 668 2% 1,038 4% 87 0%
Hispanic or Latino 38,699 35,199 91% 71 0% 35 0% 339 1% 557 1% 739 2% 629 2% 1,128 3%
General-Education Students 152,664 141,969 93% 406 0% 452 0% 1,580 1% 2,008 1% 3,486 2% 1,582 1% 1,178 1%
Students with Disabilities 20,612 18,102 88% 64 0% 61 0% 414 2% 259 1% 569 3% 934 5% 208 1%
Non-English Language Learners 168,507 156,013 93% 463 0% 511 0% 1,973 1% 2,178 1% 3,996 2% 2,317 1% 1,053 1%
English Language Learners 4,769 4,058 85% 7 0% 2 0% 21 0% 89 2% 59 1% 199 4% 333 7%
Not Economically Disadvantaged 88,603 83,101 94% 339 0% 337 0% 916 1% 938 1% 2,082 2% 670 1% 220 0%
Economically Disadvantaged 84,673 76,970 91% 131 0% 176 0% 1,078 1% 1,329 2% 1,973 2% 1,846 2% 1,166 1%
Not Migrant 173,234 160,036 92% 469 0% 513 0% 1,993 1% 2,266 1% 4,052 2% 2,516 1% 1,385 1%
Migrant 42 35 83% 1 2% 0 0% 1 2% 1 2% 3 7% 0 0% 1 2%
Not Homeless 168,307 155,606 92% 466 0% 504 0% 1,957 1% 2,168 1% 3,943 2% 2,395 1% 1,264 1%
Homeless 4,969 4,465 90% 4 0% 9 0% 37 1% 99 2% 112 2% 121 2% 122 2%
Parents not in Armed Forces 173,029 159,827 92% 470 0% 513 0% 1,994 1% 2,265 1% 4,054 2% 2,516 1% 1,386 1%
Parents in Armed Forces 247 244 99% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 2 1% 1 0% 0 0% 0 0%
Not in Foster Care 173,140 159,951 92% 469 0% 513 0% 1,992 1% 2,263 1% 4,050 2% 2,512 1% 1,386 1%
Foster Care 136 120 88% 1 1% 0 0% 2 1% 4 3% 5 4% 4 3% 0 0%
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