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Robert Young is a Dozier Libbey Medical High School physiology teacher, science department chair, School Coordinator for the Western Association of Schools Colleges (WASC), and lead petitioner for Charter Conversion of DLMHS.
Examining the classes of 2012 and 2013 more closely shows that percentage of black and Hispanic students hardly changed from ninth to 12th grade.
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To suggest that DLMHS systematically forces certain populations of Omega Watches Photos students to leave is simply not supported by the data.
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A similar story is true of Hispanic students, with 94 percent of these students graduating from DLMHS, and 100 percent meeting UC/CSU a g, compared with 76 percent of Hispanic students graduating from the district and only 15 percent of Hispanic graduates meeting UC/CSU a g requirements.
A similar story is found with Hispanic students: 32 percent of the ninth grade students in the class of 2012 were Hispanic and 28 percent of the graduates in 2012 were Hispanic.
In the class of 2013, the percentage of Hispanic students actually rose from 35 percent as freshman to 38 percent as seniors.
Community should ask Antioch Unified what needs to be done to hold up high standards at all schools
sided, and some of it blatantly false. As someone who has held responsibilities for compiling and analyzing both performance and demographic data for Dozier Libbey over the past six years, I'd like to provide this more complete picture.
Over the last few weeks the community of Antioch has been subjected to a wide variety of statistical data about Dozier Libbey Medical High School (DLMHS) as the teachers strive to uphold high academic standards and maintain an innovative learning environment for the students of Antioch through the charter conversion process. Much of the data that has been presented is distinctly one Omega Seamaster Professional Replica
Instead of trying to dismantle the program that is Dozier Libbey with lies and half truths, perhaps the community should take a closer look at the district itself ask what interventions are necessary to uphold high standards for all students to make sure that all students are ready for the next step in their journey.
Over the last six years the school demographics have remained consistent. From 2008 (14 percent African American, 35 percent Hispanic and 30 percent white) to 2013 (16 percent black, 38 percent Hispanic, 22 percent white), we have actually seen an increase in the number of traditionally thought of minority students enrolled.
percent African American students and finished with 14 percent, while the class of 2013 started with 15 percent and finished with 13 percent.
For the class of 2012, 61 percent of the students who started at DLMHS as freshman in the fall of 2008 graduated from DLMHS, compared with 64 percent from Deer Valley High School (DVHS) and 48 percent from Antioch High School (AHS). With the class of 2013, 68 percent of the freshman to start at DLMHS in the fall of 2009 graduated from DLMHS in the spring of 2013, compared with 71 percent at DVHS and 57 percent at AHS. Antioch is a community with a high mobility rate, and it is common for students to move out of the area before they complete their high school studies. The ethnic makeup of the graduating class is reflective of the overall school population. For the class of 2012, 18 of the DLMHS graduates were African American (8 of whom were male) and of those 18 students, 17 graduated meeting the UC/CSU a g requirements. That is to say that 94 percent of African American DLMHS graduates meet the minimum requirements for admission to the UC/CSU system, compared with 15 percent of African American graduates from the Antioch Unified School District as a whole.
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