A SNAPSHOT OF KEY COMMUNITY INDICATORS

education dataSNAPSHOT
Explore data on education indicators such as passing rates on ILEARN, high school graduation rates, and college degrees and credentials earned.

Education

Improving academic outcomes; minimizing underemployment and the workforce skills gap.

29%

Marion County 8th graders who passed state math exams in 2018-19

75%

Marion County’s high school graduation rate in 2018-19

20%

Marion County high school graduates with AP credit in 2017-18

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Academic Achievement

IREAD-3

ILEARN

ISTEP+

End-of-Course Assessments

College and Career Readiness

High School Graduation

High School Diploma Type

SAT Exam

ACT Exam

Advanced Placement Exams

Dual-Credit Attainment

College Remediation

Early Success in College

Degree and Credential Attainment

Educational Attainment

Short-Term Credentials

Talent

Public School Teachers

Early Care and Education Workers

Early Childhood Education

Enrollment

Paths to Quality Providers

Marion County students are increasingly gaining AP credits, but one quarter did not graduate from high school and many fail to pass state tests.

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