Final pass rates, also referred to as cumulative pass rates, refer to the percentage of students who pass the exit exam after the maximum number of retake opportunities are afforded.
Why does it matter? Students benefit when they are given access to the curriculum necessary to succeed and when schools are held accountable for student performance. Additionally, states, schools and districts benefit when data shows whether they have successfully provided a strong program of instruction.
|Final pass rates (if available)|
|District of Columbia|
|New Jersey||Not available|
|South Carolina||No available|
|Washington||Not available (exit exams begin with class of 2008)|
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