State of Crisis: Dismantling Student Homelessness in California

Note: Below is 2017-18 School Year Data (See 2018-19 data here)

Imperial County Imperial County

Enrollment

TOTAL STUDENT ENROLLMENT
37,716

HOMELESS STUDENT ENROLLMENT
1,556 (4.13%)

Student Enrollment by Race

Homeless Student Enrollment by Race

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Suspension

In 2017-18, 1,495 students in Imperial County were suspended, a rate of 3.79%.

TOTAL SUSPENDED STUDENTS
1,495

SUSPENDED HOMELESS STUDENTS
99 (6.62%)

Suspended Students by Race

Homeless Suspended Students by Race

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Chronic Absenteeism

In 2017-18, 5,177 students in Imperial County were chronically absent, a rate of 13.34%.

TOTAL CHRONIC ABSENTEE STUDENTS
5,177

CHRONIC ABSENTEE HOMELESS STUDENTS
497 (9.6%)

Chronic Absentee Students by Race

Chronic Absentee Homeless Students by Race

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Graduation

In 2017-18, 2,548 students in Imperial County graduated with a diploma, a rate of 85.25%.

TOTAL GRADUATED STUDENTS
2,548

GRADUATED HOMELESS STUDENTS
215 (8.44%)

HOMELESS STUDENT GRADUATION RATE
77.34%

Graduated Students by Race

Graduated Homeless Students by Race

Graduated UC/CSU Ready

In 2017-18, 842 students in Imperial County who graduated met University of California/California State University requirements, a rate of 33.05%.

TOTAL STUDENTS GRADUATED UC/CSU READY
842

HOMELESS STUDENTS GRADUATED UC/CSU READY
37 (4.39%)

HOMELESS STUDENT GRADUATE UC/CSU READINESS RATE
17.21%

Students Graduated UC/CSU Ready by Race

Homeless Students Graduated UC/CSU Ready by Race

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