A new Manhattan Institute for Policy Research study of the Class of 2003 breaks down high-school graduation rates in various ways, including by race and gender, by state and by the 100 largest school districts in the country. Among the nationwide findings: 72% of girls graduated that year, compared with 65% of boys, while black and Hispanic girls had higher graduation rates nine to ten percentage points higher than those of their male counterparts.

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