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Twice as Many Catholic High School Grads Earn a B.A. as Public School Grads

Written by Gary North on February 11, 2014

You probably suspected this. Now there is evidence. About 61% of Catholic high school grads earn a B.A. or B.S. degree within 8 years. About 31% of tax-funded high school graduate do.

The statistics on homeshool graduates are not available. Homeschooling parents tend to resist filling out official forms.

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2 thoughts on “Twice as Many Catholic High School Grads Earn a B.A. as Public School Grads

  1. Carl D Sedillo says:

    If only twelve out of five thousand high school pupils withing a four week bracket of graduating (two week before through two weeks after graduation) passed a 1938 New York City's Seventh Grade Math equivalency test in 1975. And, scores from 1975 to date have not significantly improved the question is not whether they can graduated—-what university is will to accept them and how many remedial classes do they need before they begin a 100 level course.

  2. Snowbird1001 says:

    Duh….why am I surprised ….when the public school has dumbed down the whole system so everyone wins and everyone is happy and no one learns anything