Which school districts in Texas are the worst for high school graduation rates?

High school graduation rate is the percentage of high school graduates who graduate from college or university, a statistic used in state and federal statistics to determine whether states are meeting their needs for a diverse and prosperous economy.

But according to a new report from the Brookings Institution, Texas is ranked as one of the worst states for graduation rates, with high school dropout rates nearly twice as high as those in the nation as a whole.

Texas is the most-populous state in the U.S. and the nation’s seventh-largest state by population.

In 2017, nearly 7 percent of the state’s population was at or below the poverty line, according to the Brookings Institute.

Among the worst-performing states for high-school dropout is California, which saw a rate of 6.2 percent of high-level high school students drop out of school between 2013 and 2017.

The state ranked 23rd nationally for high dropout.

The U.K., which ranked third nationally, saw a 7.4 percent graduation rate among all high school seniors.

“They’re doing pretty well at keeping their students in school, which is a big accomplishment for a state like Texas.” “

The Texas data are pretty impressive,” said David L. Green, a senior fellow at the Brookings think tank who co-authored the report.

“They’re doing pretty well at keeping their students in school, which is a big accomplishment for a state like Texas.”

According to the report, Texas students who drop out are four times more likely to graduate from high school than their peers in other states.

Texas has the nation “worst overall graduation rates” and the state was the fourth-worst state for the state dropout rate, according the report (PDF).

In addition to having the nation’ second-highest dropout and graduation rates among the states, Texas ranked second-worst in the number of people who left the state to go to college and second-to-last for students who dropped out due to a lack of affordable housing.

The report also found that “Texas ranked fourth in the states with the worst overall graduation rate” for students transferring from the U., which was the highest of any state in that category.

Overall, about 8.5 percent of Texas’ students are still in school after graduating.

In addition, about 18 percent of students in Texas drop out and remain in school for a year or more.

“That’s a huge number of students, especially in a state that is not well served by public schools,” Green said.

“It shows the need for better schools.”

Texas is not alone in having an education problem.

The national dropout numbers have fallen significantly in recent years, according a report by the National Center for Education Statistics.

The data showed that in 2017, more than a quarter of all students in the United States graduated from high schools, with an additional 24 percent in some states.

The Brookings report found that in Texas, the dropout percentage fell from 6.4 to 4.8 percent in that same year.

However the report also noted that the dropouts continued to be more than four times higher in states that are also ranked among the worst in education, such as Mississippi, Arkansas, Florida, Tennessee, and Texas.

“We need to get more teachers and principals on the job, but we also need to make sure students have access to a good education,” Green added.

“I would be remiss if I didn’t point out that Texas is one of those states that is actually performing well, but at the same time is still in the middle of the pack in terms of how much it spends on its public schools.

That is a shame.”