Annual Dropout Data, 2003-04

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This page provides annual dropout data for all Grade 7-12 students by ethnicity, gender, economic status, program participation (bilingual or English as a second language, career and technical education, gifted and talented, special education, and Title I), and other student characteristics (at-risk, immigrant, limited English proficient, migrant, and overage). The Division of Research and Analysis masks some data to comply with federal regulations concerning student privacy, the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).


The annual dropout rate is the percentage of students who dropped out of either Grades 7-8, Grades 9-12, or Grades 7-12 during the 2003-04 school year.  The Division of Research and Analysis presents rates for Grades 7-12 for all campuses. Although most campuses do not serve both Grades 7-8 and Grades 9-12, if a campus reports students in both grade spans, both rates appear regardless of the number of students served. The annual dropout rate formula is:

Annual dropout rate equals the number of students who dropped out during the school year divided by the number of students enrolled during the school year multiplied by one hundred

For more information on how annual dropout rates are calculated, please see Secondary School Completion and Dropouts in Texas Public Schools, 2003-04.

Data Search

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Data Download

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Campus-level data (.csv) [4.5 MB] and Campus-level record layout
District-level data (.csv) [1.7 MB] and District-level record layout

Contact Information

For questions or comments, please email the Division of Research and Analysis, Accountability Research Unit, or contact the unit by phone at 512-475-3523.

This page last updated April 2015