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Suspension Data 2015-16 Short Term Long Term Black Male 5035 167 Black Female 2233 46 Hispanic Male 1326 42 Hispanic Female 451 14 White Male 1528 28 White Female 340 11 Suspension 2014-15

Individual Students Suspended  (ST and LT) = 6,918 

Asian 1%
African American 59%
White 19%
Multi-Racial 4%
Native Hawaiian 0%
Hispanic 17%




7/1/2014-6/30/2015
 
Raleigh PD                                                            391

 Fuquay -Varina PD                                                 6

Apex PD                                                                 39

Wake Forest PD                                                    11

Cary PD                                                                  61

Holly Springs PD                                                    56

Knightdale PD                                                        26

Rolesville PD                                                          25

Garner PD                                                              95

Wake County Sheriff’s Office                              141

Wake Tech PD                                                          1

Total                                                                     850
  

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2013-14 Suspension Data Report. Black males accounted for 4,853 short-term suspensions that year, while white males accounted for 1,635. Even black females were suspended more than white males, with 1,900 short-term suspensions in that category for the same year. White females were suspended 396 times.

Four Year Cohort Graduation Rate

2009 – 2010

Black students who concentrate in CTE 85.1%

Black students overall 64.2Black 64.2%

Multi-Racial students who concentrate in CTE 89.5%

Multi-Racial students overall 76.4%

Economically Disadvantaged who concentrate in CTE 83.6%

Economically Disadvantaged overall 59.7%

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