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Facts & Figures

Here’s what you need to know about education in the City of Chicago

Based on recent Chicago graduation trends, it’s reasonable to expect that more than
0
of this year’s Chicago Public Schools ninth-graders will not graduate within five years.
0
students attend public schools in Chicago. Most come from lower-income households, with
0 %
of them meeting the federal government’s standards to qualify for free or reduced-fee lunches.
The five-year high-school graduation rate in Chicago is now
0 %
for all students. For African-American male students, the rate is
0 %
and for Hispanic male students, the rate is
0 %.

Sources: Catalyst (2016); Chicago Public Schools.

And here’s what Communities In Schools of Chicago is accomplishing

Since Fall 2009, of the more than

3,000

students our professionals have provided targeted, case-managed support to,

97%

of the students graduated or were promoted to the next grade on time. Fewer than

1%

of students dropped out.

Our mission is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.