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College-Going Rates by Senate District from Public Schools

1996 College-Going Rates of Students of All Ethnicities to California State University

Focus on Senate District 9: Loni Hancock

This chart provides college-going rates for Senate districts in California. College-going rates were calculated by dividing the number of entering students from public schools in the district by the total number of graduates from public schools in the district. All categories of public schools are covered including comprehensive schools, continuation schools, and other categories of schools. Students with unknown genders and ethnicities and those from unknown schools were excluded from the data.

Data regarding high school graduates were obtained from the California Department of Education. Data for higher education enrollment were obtained from each of the segments and includes all students -- full-time, part-time, credit, and non-credit.

Note that the calculation of these rates is based on totals for each category such as year, district, and ethnicity. Rates do not entail longitudinal tracking of individual students.

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14% - Senate District 22 - Kevin de León: 12.8% Senate District 8 - Leland Y. Yee: 11.7% Senate District 26 - Curren D. Price: 11.5% Senate District 10 - Ellen M. Corbett: 10.7% Senate District 3 - Mark Leno: 10.4% Senate District 29 - Bob Huff: 10.4% Senate District 25 - Roderick D. Wright: 10.1% Senate District 13 - Elaine Alquist: 10.0% Senate District 39 - Christine Kehoe: 9.9% Senate District 24 - Ed Hernandez: 9.8% Senate District 20 - Alex Padilla: 9.7% Senate District 30 - Ron S. Calderon: 9.6% Senate District 16 - Michael J. Rubio: 9.5% Senate District 21 - Carol Liu: 9.2% Senate District 28 - Ted W. Lieu: 9.1% Senate District 9 - Loni Hancock: 8.9% Senate District 33 - Mimi Walters: 8.7% Senate District 14 - Tom Berryhill: 8.7% Senate District 15 - Sam Blakeslee: 8.7% State Average: 8.4% Senate District 27 - Alan S. Lowenthal: 8.3% Senate District 6 - Darrell Steinberg: 8.1% Senate District 7 - Mark DeSaulnier: 8.1% Senate District 31 - Robert Dutton: 8.1% Senate District 40 - Juan Vargas: 8.0% Senate District 36 - Joel Anderson: 8.0% Senate District 1 - Ted Gaines: 7.9% Senate District 35 - Tom Harman: 7.9% Senate District 38 - Mark Wyland: 7.8% Senate District 11 - Joe Simitian: 7.7% Senate District 5 - Lois Wolk: 7.6% Senate District 12 - Anthony Cannella: 7.6% Senate District 4 - Doug LaMalfa: 7.5% Senate District 2 - Noreen Evans: 7.3% Senate District 32 - Gloria Negrete McLeod: 7.0% Senate District 23 - Fran Pavley: 6.8% Senate District 34 - Lou Correa: 6.2% Senate District 37 - Bill Emmerson: 5.9% Senate District 18 - Jean Fuller: 5.6% Senate District 19 - Tony Strickland: 5.1% Senate District 17 - Sharon Runner: 5.0%  
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Senate District 22

Senate District 8

Senate District 26

Senate District 10

Senate District 3

Senate District 29

Senate District 25

Senate District 13

Senate District 39

Senate District 24

Senate District 20

Senate District 30

Senate District 16

Senate District 21

Senate District 28

Senate District 9

Senate District 33

Senate District 14

Senate District 15

State Average

Senate District 27

Senate District 6

Senate District 7

Senate District 31

Senate District 40

Senate District 36

Senate District 1

Senate District 35

Senate District 38

Senate District 11

Senate District 5

Senate District 12

Senate District 4

Senate District 2

Senate District 32

Senate District 23

Senate District 34

Senate District 37

Senate District 18

Senate District 19

Senate District 17

 
 
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