The 2012 Condition of College  and Career Readiness of     Hispanic Students
The 2012 Condition of College and Career     Readiness of Hispanic Students In 2012, 234,456 Hispanic students, graduatin...
College Readiness Benchmark Attainment   Empirically derived minimum scores needed on an ACT subject-area test to    indi...
Students who are college/career ready whenthey leave high school have a significantlyhigher likelihood of:  Enrolling in a...
Educational progression of 2009 highschool graduating class by race/ethnicity
2012 Avg. ACT Composite Scores by College-Preparatory            Minimum Core Coursework and Race/Ethnicity               ...
Percent of 2012 ACT-Tested Hispanic High   School Graduates Meeting College   Readiness Benchmarks by Subject
Percent of 2012 ACT-Tested Hispanic High  School Graduates by Number of ACT College Readiness Benchmarks Attained
Percent of 2008-2012 ACT-Tested High SchoolGraduates Meeting Three or More Benchmarks by                Race/Ethnicity
Percent of 2010 ACT-Tested High School  Graduates Immediately Enrolling into College the Fall Following High SchoolGraduat...
Percent of 2010 ACT-Tested GraduatesImmediately Enrolling into College the Fall   Following High School Graduation by    N...
Percent of 2010 ACT-Tested CollegeEnrolled Freshmen Returning to the SameInstitution in Year 2 by Race/Ethnicity and      ...
Percent of 2010 ACT-Tested CollegeEnrolled Freshmen Returning to the Same Institution in Year 2 by Number of ACTCollege Re...
Common Expectations   Rigorous CourseworkEarly Monitoring/Intervention   Data-Driven Decisions
Juan M. Garcia       AVP Client Relations       Juan.garcia@act.org       April HansenAccount Executive, Client Relations ...
The Condition of College and Career Readiness of Hispanic Students
The Condition of College and Career Readiness of Hispanic Students
The Condition of College and Career Readiness of Hispanic Students
The Condition of College and Career Readiness of Hispanic Students
The Condition of College and Career Readiness of Hispanic Students
The Condition of College and Career Readiness of Hispanic Students
The Condition of College and Career Readiness of Hispanic Students
The Condition of College and Career Readiness of Hispanic Students
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  • 1.66 mill students. 49% of the country ’s grad class. A little more than 70% enrolled in college.
  • Note. AA and BA rates are forecast based on Radunzel & Noble (2012) Tracking 2003 ACT®-Tested High School Graduates: College Readiness, Enrollment, and Long-Term Success. If rates continue as they are, here are the number of Hispanics that would progress through the pipeline (based on 2010 U.S. Census Bureau) 8 th grade cohort: 804,000 (tally of students “lost” in parentheses) HS diploma: 530,640 (273,360) Start college: 249,240 (554,760) AA or BA: 72,360 (731,640) BA: 56,280 (747,720)
  • The Condition of College and Career Readiness of Hispanic Students

    1. 1. The 2012 Condition of College and Career Readiness of Hispanic Students
    2. 2. The 2012 Condition of College and Career Readiness of Hispanic Students In 2012, 234,456 Hispanic students, graduating from High School took The ACT. Between 2008 and 2012, the number of Hispanic students taking The ACT grew 104% Are our students meeting the college and career readiness benchmarks?
    3. 3. College Readiness Benchmark Attainment  Empirically derived minimum scores needed on an ACT subject-area test to indicate a 50% chance of obtaining a B or higher or a 75% chance of obtaining a C or higher in the corresponding first-year credit-bearing college course. College EXPLORE EXPLORE PLANTest ACT Compass Course Grade 8 Grade 9 Grade 10 EnglishEnglish Composition 13 14 15 18 77Math College Algebra 17 18 19 22 52Reading Social Science 15 16 17 21 88Science Biology 20 20 21 24 NA
    4. 4. Students who are college/career ready whenthey leave high school have a significantlyhigher likelihood of: Enrolling in a postsecondary program, Enrolling in credit bearing courses without the need for remediation, Succeeding in entry level postsecondary course work, Persisting in their postsecondary education, Completing a postsecondary degree or training program, and Entering the job market with significantly higher lifetime earning potential. Regardless of ethnicity and SES
    5. 5. Educational progression of 2009 highschool graduating class by race/ethnicity
    6. 6. 2012 Avg. ACT Composite Scores by College-Preparatory Minimum Core Coursework and Race/Ethnicity Average ACT ScoreRace/Ethnicity Number % Taking Minimum Core or Less than Core Tested Minimum Core More or MoreAll Students 1,666,017 76% 21.8 19.1African American 222,237 72% 17.5 15.9American Indian/ Alaska 13,523 66% 19.3 16.9NativeCaucasian/White 983,148 77% 23.0 20.3Hispanic/Latino 234,456 73% 19.5 17.4Asian 68,080 81% 24.1 21.8Native Hawaiian/ Other 4,545 74% 20.4 18.3Pac. Isl.Two or more races 55,500 76% 22.0 19.6No Response 84,528 68% 22.5 19.2"Core or More" results correspond to students taking four or more years of English and three or more years eachof math, social studies, and natural science.
    7. 7. Percent of 2012 ACT-Tested Hispanic High School Graduates Meeting College Readiness Benchmarks by Subject
    8. 8. Percent of 2012 ACT-Tested Hispanic High School Graduates by Number of ACT College Readiness Benchmarks Attained
    9. 9. Percent of 2008-2012 ACT-Tested High SchoolGraduates Meeting Three or More Benchmarks by Race/Ethnicity
    10. 10. Percent of 2010 ACT-Tested High School Graduates Immediately Enrolling into College the Fall Following High SchoolGraduation by Race/Ethnicity and Type of Institution
    11. 11. Percent of 2010 ACT-Tested GraduatesImmediately Enrolling into College the Fall Following High School Graduation by Number of ACT College Readiness Benchmarks Attained and Race/Ethnicity
    12. 12. Percent of 2010 ACT-Tested CollegeEnrolled Freshmen Returning to the SameInstitution in Year 2 by Race/Ethnicity and Type of Institution
    13. 13. Percent of 2010 ACT-Tested CollegeEnrolled Freshmen Returning to the Same Institution in Year 2 by Number of ACTCollege Readiness Benchmarks Attained and Race/Ethnicity
    14. 14. Common Expectations Rigorous CourseworkEarly Monitoring/Intervention Data-Driven Decisions
    15. 15. Juan M. Garcia AVP Client Relations Juan.garcia@act.org April HansenAccount Executive, Client Relations April.hansen@act.org

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