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PY04 Younger Youth Diploma Attainment Rate State Rankings

This map shows the Diploma Attainment Rate rankings for the WIA Younger Youth program in PY 04. The rate ranges from a high of 84.4% in Delaware to a low of 46.0% in Alabama. The map highlights the ten highest and lowest states on this measure. The top ten in order are Delaware, Michigan, the District of Columbia, Pennsylvania, Missouri, Nebraska, Puerto Rico, Wisconsin, Arkansas, and Iowa. The ten lowest from top to bottom are Indiana, Massachusetts, South Carolina, Colorado, Mississippi, Hawaii, Nevada, Louisiana, New York and Alabama.

PY04  Younger Youth  Diploma Attainment Rate State Rankings

Table 1
PY 04 WIA Younger Youth Diploma Attainment Rankings and Outcomes by State
Rank State Outcome
1 Delaware 84.4
2 Michigan 84.2
3 District of Columbia 83.3
4 Pennsylvania 82.8
5 Missouri 82.4
6 Nebraska 81.4
7 Puerto Rico 81.2
8 Wisconsin 80.4
9 Arkansas 77.5
9 Iowa 77.5
11 Minnesota 75.7
12 Kentucky 75.5
13 Georgia 75.0
14 Oklahoma 74.3
15 North Dakota 74.2
16 Idaho 73.9
16 Ohio 73.9
18 Texas 73.6
19 New Jersey 73.1
20 Kansas 72.1
21 Wyoming 72.0
22 West Virginia 71.6
23 Connecticut 69.6
24 Alaska 69.3
25 Maryland 69.2
26 North Carolina 69.1
27 New Hampshire 69.0
27 Oregon 69.0
29 Utah 68.4
30 Illinois 67.9
30 Vermont 67.9
32 Montana 67.7
33 Rhode Island 67.1
34 Washington 66.6
35 New Mexico 64.6
36 South Dakota 64.4
37 California 63.2
38 Arizona 61.4
39 Tennessee 61.0
40 Virginia 58.9
41 Maine 58.8
42 Florida 57.9
43 Indiana 55.6
44 Massachusetts 55.3
45 South Carolina 54.2
46 Colorado 53.5
47 Mississippi 52.2
48 Hawaii 51.4
49 Nevada 50.5
50 Louisiana 49.8
51 New York 48.9
52 Alabama 46.0