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This document contains tables that summarize data about the attendance of students in Maryland's public schools in 1997-1998. In 1997-1998, Maryland has an average daily attendance of 93.7% with an average daily membership of 828,477.3 students and a statewide dropout rate of 4.05%. Tables provide detailed information in the following categories: (1) "Summary of Attendance Statistics"; (2) "Total Entries into Maryland Public Schools: Grades Prekindergarten-6"; (3) "Total Entries into Maryland Public Schools: Grades 7-12"; (4) "Withdrawals from Maryland Public Schools by Cause of Transfer: Grades Prekindergarten-6"; (5) "Withdrawals from Maryland Public Schools by Cause of Transfer: Grades 7-12"; (6) "Promotion Rate in Maryland Public Schools: Grades Prekindergarten-12"; (7)"Withdrawals from Maryland Public High Schools by Cause of Termination: Grades 7-12"; (8) "Withdrawals form Maryland Public High Schools by Cause of Termination: Grades 9-12"; (9) "Dropout Rates of Maryland Public High Schools: Grades 9-12"; (10) "Average Daily Attendance and Percent Average Daily Attendance"; (11) "Average Daily Membership"; (12) "Graduates and Other Completers of Maryland High Schools by Type of Completion"; (13) "Graduates and Other Completers of Maryland High Schools by Race/Ethnicity"; (14) "Graduates and Other Completers of Maryland High Schools: 1988 through 1998"; and (15) "Graduate Statistics and Holding Power." (SLD)

Descriptors: Attendance, Dropouts, Elementary Secondary Education, Enrollment, High School Graduates, Public Schools, School Statistics, Tables (Data)











Author: Maryland State Dept. of Education. Baltimore. Div. of Planning, Results and Information Management.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=12570&id=ED434155



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