Skip Navigation

Adolescent HealthNew

Adolescents receiving a wellness checkup in the past 12 months (percent, 10–17 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 68.7 (2008)
2020 Target: 75.6
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008 2009 2010 2011  
Total 68.7
CI 66.8 / 70.6
SE 0.965
70.6
CI 68.7 / 72.5
SE 0.970
74.4
CI 73.0 / 75.9
SE 0.739
74.4
CI 73.0 / 75.9
SE 0.750


Sex









Female 68.7
CI 66.1 / 71.3
SE 1.326
70.9
CI 68.3 / 73.5
SE 1.333
74.6
CI 72.5 / 76.6
SE 1.061
74.4
CI 72.4 / 76.4
SE 1.019


Male 68.7
CI 66.0 / 71.3
SE 1.358
70.3
CI 67.7 / 72.9
SE 1.330
74.3
CI 72.3 / 76.2
SE 1.016
74.5
CI 72.4 / 76.5
SE 1.034


Race/Ethnicity









2 or more races 67.5
CI 57.6 / 77.5
SE 5.091
71.0
CI 62.0 / 79.9
SE 4.562
81.5
CI 74.5 / 88.4
SE 3.564
77.3
CI 70.8 / 83.8
SE 3.324


American Indian or Alaska Native only 64.2
CI 48.7 / 79.7
SE 7.907
DSU

62.2
CI 46.9 / 77.5
SE 7.802
71.5
CI 61.4 / 81.6
SE 5.129


Not Hispanic or Latino 70.3
CI 68.2 / 72.4
SE 1.065
71.8
CI 69.6 / 74.0
SE 1.107
75.5
CI 73.9 / 77.2
SE 0.851
75.8
CI 74.1 / 77.5
SE 0.851


   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 75.3
CI 71.4 / 79.1
SE 1.982
80.8
CI 77.3 / 84.3
SE 1.769
80.5
CI 77.5 / 83.5
SE 1.536
78.8
CI 75.6 / 82.0
SE 1.636


   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 69.6
CI 67.0 / 72.2
SE 1.305
69.8
CI 67.0 / 72.6
SE 1.423
74.4
CI 72.3 / 76.5
SE 1.078
75.3
CI 73.2 / 77.3
SE 1.055


Black or African American only 75.7
CI 71.9 / 79.5
SE 1.936
80.4
CI 77.0 / 83.7
SE 1.702
80.7
CI 77.7 / 83.6
SE 1.498
79.2
CI 76.2 / 82.3
SE 1.563


Hispanic or Latino 62.0
CI 58.3 / 65.7
SE 1.890
65.7
CI 62.1 / 69.3
SE 1.828
70.0
CI 67.2 / 72.9
SE 1.442
69.2
CI 66.5 / 72.0
SE 1.421


Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



Asian only 65.4
CI 57.7 / 73.1
SE 3.927
67.7
CI 60.6 / 74.8
SE 3.614
68.6
CI 62.3 / 74.8
SE 3.182
71.7
CI 66.2 / 77.2
SE 2.803


White only 67.6
CI 65.4 / 69.9
SE 1.131
68.7
CI 66.4 / 71.0
SE 1.182
73.3
CI 71.6 / 75.1
SE 0.901
73.6
CI 71.9 / 75.4
SE 0.901


Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









400-599 74.4
CI 70.3 / 78.5
SE 2.109
77.2
CI 72.6 / 81.7
SE 2.331
78.4
CI 74.8 / 81.9
SE 1.801
80.9
CI 77.6 / 84.2
SE 1.686


<100 66.5
CI 61.8 / 71.3
SE 2.405
68.8
CI 64.0 / 73.6
SE 2.451
72.0
CI 68.6 / 75.5
SE 1.763
69.7
CI 66.2 / 73.2
SE 1.763


600+ 81.4
CI 77.3 / 85.4
SE 2.054
79.9
CI 75.8 / 84.0
SE 2.095
83.8
CI 80.5 / 87.1
SE 1.703
83.3
CI 79.9 / 86.7
SE 1.725


200-399 68.5
CI 65.3 / 71.8
SE 1.664
70.2
CI 66.8 / 73.5
SE 1.702
72.9
CI 70.2 / 75.7
SE 1.395
74.3
CI 71.6 / 77.1
SE 1.408


100-199 58.0
CI 53.4 / 62.6
SE 2.354
63.0
CI 58.7 / 67.3
SE 2.192
69.8
CI 66.4 / 73.2
SE 1.719
69.2
CI 66.1 / 72.3
SE 1.593


Family type









Two parent family with children 68.5
CI 65.9 / 71.1
SE 1.331
72.1
CI 69.3 / 74.9
SE 1.410
76.8
CI 74.7 / 78.8
SE 1.030
76.3
CI 74.2 / 78.4
SE 1.087


Other 67.5
CI 64.3 / 70.7
SE 1.637
66.4
CI 63.2 / 69.6
SE 1.629
71.5
CI 69.1 / 73.9
SE 1.239
71.9
CI 69.5 / 74.2
SE 1.190


Single parent with children 71.7
CI 67.8 / 75.6
SE 1.990
75.3
CI 71.7 / 79.0
SE 1.863
74.0
CI 70.5 / 77.4
SE 1.745
74.5
CI 71.0 / 77.9
SE 1.759


Country of birth









Outside US 59.4
CI 52.4 / 66.3
SE 3.551
62.4
CI 56.0 / 68.9
SE 3.298
60.4
CI 54.9 / 66.0
SE 2.842
58.5
CI 53.5 / 63.6
SE 2.569


US 69.3
CI 67.4 / 71.3
SE 0.994
71.1
CI 69.2 / 73.1
SE 0.997
75.5
CI 73.9 / 77.0
SE 0.773
75.6
CI 74.1 / 77.1
SE 0.778


Disability status









People without activity limitations 67.9
CI 65.8 / 69.9
SE 1.036
69.9
CI 67.9 / 71.9
SE 1.029
74.1
CI 72.5 / 75.7
SE 0.808
73.7
CI 72.1 / 75.2
SE 0.811


People with activity limitations 75.5
CI 70.6 / 80.5
SE 2.539
75.8
CI 70.6 / 81.0
SE 2.655
77.1
CI 73.2 / 81.0
SE 2.002
80.7
CI 77.0 / 84.4
SE 1.893


Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 58.2
CI 52.7 / 63.7
SE 2.814
66.7
CI 61.0 / 72.5
SE 2.931
66.4
CI 62.3 / 70.5
SE 2.086
67.9
CI 63.8 / 72.0
SE 2.093


Metropolitan 70.7
CI 68.7 / 72.7
SE 1.021
71.4
CI 69.4 / 73.3
SE 1.005
75.8
CI 74.3 / 77.4
SE 0.772
75.6
CI 74.1 / 77.2
SE 0.784


Health insurance status









Insured 72.2
CI 70.4 / 74.1
SE 0.963
74.0
CI 72.1 / 75.8
SE 0.953
77.1
CI 75.6 / 78.6
SE 0.765
77.1
CI 75.6 / 78.6
SE 0.767


   Private 71.4
CI 69.2 / 73.7
SE 1.156
74.2
CI 71.9 / 76.4
SE 1.165
77.7
CI 75.9 / 79.6
SE 0.941
77.6
CI 75.7 / 79.5
SE 0.981


   Public 74.1
CI 70.9 / 77.3
SE 1.642
73.6
CI 70.4 / 76.8
SE 1.638
75.9
CI 73.4 / 78.4
SE 1.275
76.3
CI 74.0 / 78.7
SE 1.221


Uninsured 37.8
CI 32.0 / 43.6
SE 2.977
38.7
CI 32.7 / 44.7
SE 3.054
48.7
CI 43.7 / 53.7
SE 2.554
44.9
CI 39.5 / 50.2
SE 2.717


Footnotes View Footnotes

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adolescents participating in extracurricular and out-of-school activities (percent, 12–17 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 82.4 (2007)
2020 Target: 90.61
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 20072 2011-2012      
Total 82.4
CI 81.3 / 83.6
SE 0.605
82.7
CI 81.7 / 83.7
SE 0.505






Sex









Male 83.0
CI 81.3 / 84.7
SE 0.861
81.7
CI 80.3 / 83.0
SE 0.692






Female 81.8
CI 80.2 / 83.5
SE 0.855
83.8
CI 82.3 / 85.2
SE 0.739






Race/Ethnicity









American Indian or Alaska Native only 60.9
CI 47.4 / 74.3
SE 6.883
83.8
CI 76.2 / 89.3
SE 3.338






Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only 83.6
CI 68.6 / 98.6
SE 7.663
81.0
CI 61.3 / 92.0
SE 7.780






Not Hispanic or Latino 85.7
CI 84.8 / 86.7
SE 0.506
85.3
CI 84.4 / 86.2
SE 0.442






   2 or more races, not Hispanic or Latino ---

84.7
CI 80.8 / 88.0
SE 1.831






   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 80.1
CI 77.7 / 82.6
SE 1.249
79.2
CI 76.5 / 81.6
SE 1.319






   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 87.2
CI 86.1 / 88.4
SE 0.592
86.6
CI 85.6 / 87.5
SE 0.490






   Asian only, not Hispanic or Latino ---

90.2
CI 85.9 / 93.2
SE 1.837






   American Indian or Alaska Native only, not Hispanic or Latino ---

85.0
CI 77.6 / 90.2
SE 3.195






   Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino ---

86.4
CI 69.7 / 94.6
SE 6.098






Black or African American only 80.4
CI 78.0 / 82.7
SE 1.214
79.8
CI 77.2 / 82.1
SE 1.268






White only 84.9
CI 83.5 / 86.3
SE 0.721
84.7
CI 83.6 / 85.7
SE 0.550






2 or more races 83.4
CI 78.3 / 88.6
SE 2.631
84.7
CI 81.1 / 87.8
SE 1.723






Hispanic or Latino 67.9
CI 63.4 / 72.3
SE 2.274
73.0
CI 69.5 / 76.2
SE 1.722






Asian only 90.3
CI 86.3 / 94.3
SE 2.061
90.6
CI 86.5 / 93.5
SE 1.761






Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









400+ 93.3
CI 92.1 / 94.4
SE 0.591
93.2
CI 92.1 / 94.2
SE 0.519






<100 64.7
CI 60.9 / 68.5
SE 1.948
63.9
CI 60.8 / 67.0
SE 1.580






200-399 85.2
CI 83.1 / 87.3
SE 1.08
88.4
CI 86.9 / 89.7
SE 0.713






100-199 75.5
CI 72.4 / 78.6
SE 1.601
76.5
CI 73.8 / 79.1
SE 1.348






Family type









Two parent, step 78.6
CI 74.9 / 82.4
SE 1.897
80.9
CI 78.0 / 83.5
SE 1.408






Two parent, biological or adopted 86.7
CI 85.2 / 88.2
SE 0.753
86.5
CI 85.2 / 87.7
SE 0.643






Single mother, no father present 75.3
CI 72.5 / 78.0
SE 1.392
76.1
CI 73.7 / 78.3
SE 1.184






Other (with children) 75.1
CI 70.6 / 79.5
SE 2.274
75.2
CI 71.2 / 78.9
SE 1.960






Geographic location









Metropolitan 82.4
CI 80.9 / 83.8
SE 0.75
83.5
CI 82.4 / 84.6
SE 0.560






Non-metropolitan 82.7
CI 81.0 / 84.3
SE 0.836
79.9
CI 77.6 / 82.0
SE 1.116






Health insurance status









Uninsured 68.2
CI 63.6 / 72.8
SE 2.345
70.0
CI 64.5 / 75.0
SE 2.681






Insured ---

83.5
CI 82.5 / 84.5
SE 0.507






   Private 89.4
CI 88.2 / 90.6
SE 0.613
90.0
CI 88.9 / 90.9
SE 0.508






   Public 69.7
CI 66.8 / 72.6
SE 1.479
70.8
CI 68.6 / 73.0
SE 1.107






Special health care needs









Yes 78.7
CI 76.2 / 81.2
SE 1.272
78.8
CI 76.7 / 80.7
SE 1.020






No 83.6
CI 82.2 / 84.9
SE 0.688
84.0
CI 82.9 / 85.2
SE 0.580






Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

---: Data are not available.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adolescents having an adult with whom they can discuss serious problems (percent, 12–17 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 75.6 (2008)
2020 Target: 83.3
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008 2009 2010 2011  
Total 75.6
CI 74.8 / 76.4
SE 0.388
76.2
CI 75.5 / 77.0
SE 0.391
77.2
CI 76.5 / 77.9
SE 0.377
77.6
CI 76.8 / 78.3
SE 0.395


Sex









Female 74.0
CI 72.9 / 75.0
SE 0.552
75.4
CI 74.3 / 76.4
SE 0.540
76.4
CI 75.3 / 77.4
SE 0.535
77.1
CI 76.0 / 78.2
SE 0.555


Male 77.2
CI 76.1 / 78.2
SE 0.524
77.1
CI 76.0 / 78.1
SE 0.536
78.0
CI 76.9 / 79.0
SE 0.519
78.1
CI 77.0 / 79.1
SE 0.539


Race/Ethnicity









Asian only 70.3
CI 64.5 / 75.5
SE 2.806
76.4
CI 71.7 / 80.6
SE 2.26
76.6
CI 71.8 / 80.8
SE 2.298
74.5
CI 69.9 / 78.7
SE 2.227


Not Hispanic or Latino 76.1
CI 75.2 / 76.9
SE 0.429
76.7
CI 75.9 / 77.5
SE 0.406
77.9
CI 77.1 / 78.7
SE 0.410
78.0
CI 77.2 / 78.8
SE 0.413


   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 76.6
CI 75.7 / 77.5
SE 0.469
77.1
CI 76.2 / 78.0
SE 0.464
78.4
CI 77.5 / 79.3
SE 0.457
78.9
CI 78.0 / 79.7
SE 0.447


   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 76.7
CI 74.6 / 78.7
SE 1.030
75.6
CI 73.7 / 77.4
SE 0.930
77.3
CI 75.3 / 79.2
SE 0.996
77.4
CI 75.3 / 79.3
SE 1.018


2 or more races 73.9
CI 69.0 / 78.3
SE 2.364
75.7
CI 71.0 / 79.9
SE 2.276
75.2
CI 70.3 / 79.5
SE 2.337
72.3
CI 67.9 / 76.3
SE 2.132


Black or African American only 76.2
CI 74.2 / 78.1
SE 1.006
75.6
CI 73.7 / 77.3
SE 0.914
77.2
CI 75.3 / 79.0
SE 0.961
76.7
CI 74.6 / 78.7
SE 1.059


American Indian or Alaska Native only 67.7
CI 62.6 / 72.5
SE 2.535
72.6
CI 68.1 / 76.7
SE 2.194
73.8
CI 69.5 / 77.7
SE 2.086
72.6
CI 68.2 / 76.6
SE 2.134


Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



Hispanic or Latino 73.5
CI 71.6 / 75.4
SE 0.965
74.3
CI 72.2 / 76.3
SE 1.026
74.4
CI 72.6 / 76.1
SE 0.899
76.1
CI 74.1 / 78.1
SE 1.024


White only 76.0
CI 75.1 / 76.8
SE 0.429
76.5
CI 75.6 / 77.4
SE 0.449
77.4
CI 76.6 / 78.2
SE 0.421
78.3
CI 77.4 / 79.2
SE 0.436


Age group









12-13 82.5
CI 81.3 / 83.6
SE 0.59
83.3
CI 82.1 / 84.4
SE 0.590
82.2
CI 81.0 / 83.4
SE 0.617
84.0
CI 82.8 / 85.1
SE 0.596


16-17 72.0
CI 70.6 / 73.3
SE 0.686
71.6
CI 70.2 / 73.0
SE 0.699
74.1
CI 72.7 / 75.4
SE 0.668
73.1
CI 71.6 / 74.5
SE 0.715


14-15 73.0
CI 71.6 / 74.4
SE 0.703
74.7
CI 73.4 / 76.0
SE 0.646
75.6
CI 74.3 / 76.8
SE 0.645
76.2
CI 74.9 / 77.5
SE 0.663


Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









200-399 75.1
CI 73.7 / 76.5
SE 0.720
76.9
CI 75.6 / 78.1
SE 0.623
76.9
CI 75.5 / 78.2
SE 0.673
77.7
CI 76.4 / 79.0
SE 0.657


600+ 74.7
CI 70.9 / 78.1
SE 1.845
77.1
CI 73.4 / 80.5
SE 1.795
78.0
CI 74.5 / 81.2
SE 1.693
78.6
CI 75.1 / 81.7
SE 1.689


400-599 78.1
CI 76.6 / 79.6
SE 0.765
78.4
CI 76.7 / 79.9
SE 0.818
79.6
CI 78.0 / 81.2
SE 0.807
80.2
CI 78.5 / 81.8
SE 0.827


<100 76.1
CI 74.3 / 77.8
SE 0.908
74.8
CI 72.8 / 76.7
SE 0.990
77.0
CI 75.2 / 78.7
SE 0.884
75.7
CI 73.7 / 77.5
SE 0.966


100-199 73.2
CI 71.5 / 74.8
SE 0.835
74.1
CI 72.4 / 75.8
SE 0.868
75.4
CI 73.7 / 77.0
SE 0.823
76.7
CI 75.1 / 78.2
SE 0.794


Country of birth









Outside US 76.2
CI 72.5 / 79.5
SE 1.786
78.5
CI 75.4 / 81.3
SE 1.498
80.3
CI 77.3 / 83.0
SE 1.445
77.5
CI 73.8 / 80.8
SE 1.784


US 75.6
CI 74.8 / 76.4
SE 0.405
76.1
CI 75.3 / 76.9
SE 0.408
77.0
CI 76.2 / 77.7
SE 0.388
77.6
CI 76.8 / 78.4
SE 0.398


Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 75.6
CI 73.9 / 77.2
SE 0.851
78.0
CI 76.6 / 79.4
SE 0.726
77.6
CI 75.9 / 79.1
SE 0.831
77.9
CI 76.2 / 79.5
SE 0.846


Metropolitan 75.6
CI 74.8 / 76.5
SE 0.434
75.9
CI 75.0 / 76.8
SE 0.449
77.1
CI 76.3 / 78.0
SE 0.419
77.5
CI 76.6 / 78.4
SE 0.441


Health insurance status









Insured 75.7
CI 74.9 / 76.5
SE 0.400
76.3
CI 75.5 / 77.1
SE 0.409
77.6
CI 76.8 / 78.3
SE 0.387
77.7
CI 76.9 / 78.5
SE 0.409


   Public 74.5
CI 73.1 / 75.8
SE 0.705
74.2
CI 72.8 / 75.6
SE 0.713
75.5
CI 74.2 / 76.8
SE 0.677
76.2
CI 74.8 / 77.5
SE 0.671


   Private 76.2
CI 75.2 / 77.1
SE 0.466
77.4
CI 76.5 / 78.3
SE 0.482
78.6
CI 77.6 / 79.5
SE 0.498
78.6
CI 77.6 / 79.5
SE 0.496


Uninsured 74.7
CI 71.7 / 77.4
SE 1.452
75.4
CI 72.6 / 78.0
SE 1.386
72.6
CI 69.6 / 75.5
SE 1.508
75.8
CI 72.6 / 78.7
SE 1.566


Sexual orientation









Sexual orientation DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC



Gender identity









Gender identity DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC



Footnotes View Footnotes

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

DNC: Data for specific population not collected.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Parents who attend their adolescents' events and activities (percent, parents of 12–17 year olds)

2020 Baseline (year): 82.1 (2007)
2020 Target: 90.3
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2007 2011-2012      
Total 82.1
CI 81.0 / 83.3
SE 0.587
82.6
CI 81.5 / 83.6
SE 0.554






Sex









Male 82.8
CI 81.2 / 84.4
SE 0.834
81.5
CI 79.8 / 83.0
SE 0.812






Female 81.5
CI 79.8 / 83.1
SE 0.831
83.7
CI 82.2 / 85.1
SE 0.750






Race/Ethnicity









Black or African American only 71.7
CI 68.3 / 75.0
SE 1.712
73.2
CI 69.9 / 76.2
SE 1.599






American Indian or Alaska Native only 78.7
CI 71.9 / 85.6
SE 3.503
83.5
CI 75.5 / 89.3
SE 3.507






Not Hispanic or Latino 84.0
CI 82.9 / 85.1
SE 0.573
84.8
CI 83.8 / 85.9
SE 0.532






   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 70.8
CI 67.3 / 74.2
SE 1.752
73.2
CI 69.9 / 76.3
SE 1.645






   2 or more races, not Hispanic or Latino ---

85.7
CI 82.0 / 88.8
SE 1.735






   American Indian or Alaska Native only, not Hispanic or Latino ---

85.2
CI 76.1 / 91.3
SE 3.824






   Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino ---

60.0
CI 30.9 / 83.4
SE 14.832






   Asian only, not Hispanic or Latino ---

64.8
CI 55.0 / 73.5
SE 4.783






   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 87.8
CI 86.6 / 89.0
SE 0.608
88.9
CI 87.9 / 89.9
SE 0.491






Hispanic or Latino 71.8
CI 67.5 / 76.2
SE 2.233
72.4
CI 68.4 / 76.0
SE 1.917






White only 87.0
CI 85.8 / 88.1
SE 0.59
86.7
CI 85.6 / 87.8
SE 0.560






Asian only 70.8
CI 62.9 / 78.7
SE 4.012
66.4
CI 56.7 / 74.8
SE 4.660






Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only 83.1
CI 73.0 / 93.2
SE 5.157
66.4
CI 39.4 / 85.7
SE 12.636






2 or more races 83.7
CI 78.8 / 88.6
SE 2.494
86.0
CI 82.5 / 89.0
SE 1.652






Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









<100 66.5
CI 62.6 / 70.4
SE 1.996
62.2
CI 58.0 / 66.3
SE 2.110






100-199 73.9
CI 70.3 / 77.5
SE 1.832
79.5
CI 76.6 / 82.2
SE 1.439






200-399 85.2
CI 83.2 / 87.1
SE 1.001
85.5
CI 83.7 / 87.1
SE 0.866






400+ 89.2
CI 87.8 / 90.6
SE 0.713
90.2
CI 88.7 / 91.5
SE 0.722






Family type









Two parent, step 80.0
CI 76.5 / 83.6
SE 1.805
78.9
CI 75.4 / 81.9
SE 1.654






Other (with children) 69.3
CI 64.9 / 73.8
SE 2.289
76.6
CI 72.1 / 80.6
SE 2.169






Two parent, biological or adopted 86.3
CI 85.0 / 87.7
SE 0.674
86.4
CI 85.1 / 87.6
SE 0.639






Single mother, no father present 74.6
CI 71.5 / 77.7
SE 1.573
75.5
CI 72.5 / 78.3
SE 1.493






Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 84.7
CI 83.5 / 85.9
SE 0.605
83.8
CI 81.6 / 85.7
SE 1.042






Metropolitan 81.3
CI 79.9 / 82.8
SE 0.746
82.5
CI 81.3 / 83.7
SE 0.627






Health insurance status









Insured ---

83.6
CI 82.5 / 84.6
SE 0.538






   Private 86.6
CI 85.4 / 87.9
SE 0.637
88.1
CI 87.0 / 89.1
SE 0.525






   Public 71.3
CI 68.2 / 74.4
SE 1.593
72.5
CI 69.8 / 75.0
SE 1.314






Uninsured 71.9
CI 67.6 / 76.2
SE 2.194
63.3
CI 56.0 / 70.0
SE 3.609






Sexual orientation









Sexual orientation DNC

DNC







Gender identity









Gender identity DNC

DNC







Special health care needs









No 81.9
CI 80.6 / 83.2
SE 0.68
82.2
CI 80.9 / 83.5
SE 0.656






Yes 82.9
CI 80.7 / 85.2
SE 1.149
83.7
CI 81.6 / 85.6
SE 0.996






Footnotes View Footnotes

DNC: Data for specific population not collected.

---: Data are not available.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Students awarded a high school diploma 4 years after starting 9th grade (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 74.9 (2007-2008)
2020 Target: 82.4
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2007-20081        
Total 74.9









Sex









Sex DNC









Race/Ethnicity









Asian or Pacific Islander, not Hispanic or Latino 91.4









Black or African American, not Hispanic or Latino 61.5









Hispanic or Latino 63.5









American Indian or Alaska Native, not Hispanic or Latino 64.2









White, not Hispanic or Latino 81.0









Sexual orientation









Sexual orientation DNC









Gender identity









Gender identity DNC









Footnotes View Footnotes

1Data for the total line were imputed for Nevada and California based on data from the previous school year and estimates for race/ethnicity do not include data from Nevada or Maine

DNC: Data for specific population not collected.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Students served under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act who graduate high school with a diploma (percent, 14–21 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 59.3 (2007-2008)
2020 Target: 65.2
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2007-2008        
Total 59.1









Sex









Female 61.0









Male 58.0









Race/Ethnicity









American Indian or Alaska Native 54.7









Black or African American, not Hispanic or Latino 44.4









White, not Hispanic or Latino 66.3









Asian or Pacific Islander 67.8









Hispanic or Latino 50.5









Age group









15 years 0.3









16 years 9.3









18 years 66.7









21 years 28.3









17 years 68.3









14 years 0.1









20 years 42.1









19 years 57.0









Disability status









Hearing impairments 69.6









Specific learning disabilities 64.3









Orthopedic impairments 61.9









Autism 63.2









People with disabilities ---









Mental retardation 37.6









Emotional disturbance 45.6









Speech or language impairments 66.7









Multiple disabilities 45.7









Visual impairments 77.1









Traumatic brain injury 64.9









Other health impairments 66.5









Deaf-blindness 58.4









English proficiency









Limited 43.4









Not limited 59.7









Footnotes View Footnotes

---: Data are not available.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Fourth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 33.0 (2009)
2020 Target: 36.3
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2009        
Total 33.0
CI 32.3 / 33.8
SE 0.369








Sex









Female 36.1
CI 35.3 / 37.0
SE 0.425








Male 30.0
CI 29.2 / 30.8
SE 0.398








Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino 21.4
CI 20.5 / 22.3
SE 0.449








Not Hispanic or Latino ---









   2 or more races, not Hispanic or Latino 40.6
CI 37.9 / 43.3
SE 1.358








   Asian or Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino 46.6
CI 43.9 / 49.3
SE 1.367








   American Indian or Alaska Native only, not Hispanic or Latino 24.0
CI 22.0 / 26.1
SE 1.052








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 16.1
CI 15.1 / 17.1
SE 0.498








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 43.5
CI 42.7 / 44.4
SE 0.424








Disability status









People without disabilities 35.2
CI 34.4 / 36.0
SE 0.405








People with disabilities 12.6
CI 11.6 / 13.6
SE 0.493








School type









Public 31.6
CI 30.9 / 32.2
SE 0.356








   Not a charter school 33.2
CI 32.5 / 34.0
SE 0.376








   Charter school 23.9
CI 20.6 / 27.2
SE 1.688








Private 48.3
CI 45.3 / 51.2
SE 1.518








School lunch program eligibility









Not eligible for National School Lunch Program 45.0
CI 44.1 / 45.8
SE 0.444








Eligible for National School Lunch Program 17.1
CI 16.5 / 17.7
SE 0.316








English language learner









Yes 6.3
CI 5.4 / 7.3
SE 0.477








No 35.5
CI 34.8 / 36.3
SE 0.383








Type of community where school is located









Town 29.0
CI 27.8 / 30.2
SE 0.613








Suburb 37.8
CI 36.7 / 39.0
SE 0.589








Rural 33.0
CI 31.9 / 34.0
SE 0.533








City 28.8
CI 27.4 / 30.1
SE 0.695








Footnotes View Footnotes

---: Data are not available.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Eighth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 32.4 (2009)
2020 Target: 35.6
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2009        
Total 32.4
CI 31.7 / 33.1
SE 0.37








Sex









Male 27.5
CI 26.8 / 28.3
SE 0.391








Female 37.3
CI 36.4 / 38.3
SE 0.494








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino ---









   Asian or Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino 44.8
CI 41.2 / 48.3
SE 1.821








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 43.3
CI 42.5 / 44.1
SE 0.415








   2 or more races, not Hispanic or Latino 32.9
CI 30.9 / 34.8
SE 0.996








   American Indian or Alaska Native only, not Hispanic or Latino 17.8
CI 15.4 / 20.2
SE 1.224








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 13.3
CI 12.4 / 14.3
SE 0.502








Hispanic or Latino 18.8
CI 17.8 / 19.8
SE 0.515








Educational attainment (of parent)









< High school 13.8
CI 12.4 / 15.1
SE 0.686








High school 19.0
CI 18.1 / 20.0
SE 0.491








4-year college degree 43.9
CI 42.8 / 44.9
SE 0.523








Some college 32.6
CI 31.6 / 33.6
SE 0.519








Disability status









People without disabilities 34.8
CI 34.0 / 35.6
SE 0.4








People with disabilities 8.4
CI 7.7 / 9.2
SE 0.37








School type









Public 30.4
CI 29.7 / 31.1
SE 0.35








   Charter school 26.1
CI 20.8 / 31.3
SE 2.665








   Not a charter school 32.6
CI 31.8 / 33.3
SE 0.372








Private 52.4
CI 49.5 / 55.3
SE 1.492








School lunch program eligibility









Not eligible for National School Lunch Program 42.0
CI 41.0 / 42.9
SE 0.499








Eligible for National School Lunch Program 16.1
CI 15.5 / 16.6
SE 0.279








English language learner









Yes 3.3
CI 2.3 / 4.2
SE 0.47








No 33.8
CI 33.1 / 34.6
SE 0.37








Type of community where school is located









Suburb 37.3
CI 36.1 / 38.4
SE 0.577








Rural 31.8
CI 30.8 / 32.8
SE 0.516








City 28.2
CI 26.9 / 29.5
SE 0.679








Town 28.8
CI 26.7 / 30.8
SE 1.045








Footnotes View Footnotes

---: Data are not available.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Twelfth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 35.4 (2005)
2020 Target: 38.9
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2005        
Total 35.4
CI 34.0 / 36.7
SE 0.683








Sex









Female 41.4
CI 39.7 / 43.2
SE 0.888








Male 28.9
CI 27.1 / 30.8
SE 0.943








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino ---









   American Indian or Alaska Native only, not Hispanic or Latino 27.6
CI 16.3 / 39.0
SE 5.79








   2 or more races, not Hispanic or Latino 33.5
CI 27.1 / 39.9
SE 3.278








   Asian or Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino 35.4
CI 30.5 / 40.3
SE 2.49








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 43.9
CI 42.1 / 45.8
SE 0.955








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 15.0
CI 12.6 / 17.4
SE 1.2








Hispanic or Latino 20.7
CI 18.5 / 22.8
SE 1.099








Educational attainment (of parent)









Some college 33.8
CI 31.7 / 35.8
SE 1.029








< High school 16.8
CI 11.8 / 21.7
SE 2.538








4-year college degree 46.7
CI 44.6 / 48.7
SE 1.042








High school 23.2
CI 21.2 / 25.3
SE 1.029








Disability status









People with disabilities 6.3
CI 3.6 / 9.0
SE 1.369








People without disabilities 37.6
CI 36.2 / 38.9
SE 0.704








School lunch program eligibility









Eligible for National School Lunch Program 19.6
CI 18.1 / 21.2
SE 0.81








Not eligible for National School Lunch Program 39.3
CI 37.7 / 40.9
SE 0.816








English language learner









Yes DSU









No 36.5
CI 35.1 / 37.9
SE 0.716








Footnotes View Footnotes

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

---: Data are not available.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Fourth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 39.1 (2009)
2020 Target: 43.0
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2009        
Total 39.1
CI 38.5 / 39.7
SE 0.331








Sex









Male 40.9
CI 40.2 / 41.7
SE 0.38








Female 37.2
CI 36.4 / 38.0
SE 0.389








Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino 26.4
CI 25.5 / 27.2
SE 0.437








Not Hispanic or Latino ---









   2 or more races, not Hispanic or Latino 49.0
CI 46.9 / 51.2
SE 1.109








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 16.0
CI 15.1 / 17.0
SE 0.476








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 51.2
CI 50.5 / 51.9
SE 0.371








   Asian or Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino 57.3
CI 54.4 / 60.2
SE 1.494








   American Indian or Alaska Native only, not Hispanic or Latino 27.6
CI 25.5 / 29.7
SE 1.057








Disability status









People with disabilities 19.1
CI 17.8 / 20.4
SE 0.645








People without disabilities 41.6
CI 40.9 / 42.3
SE 0.355








School type









Private 47.2
CI 44.7 / 49.7
SE 1.261








Public 38.4
CI 37.7 / 39.0
SE 0.347








   Not a charter school 39.3
CI 38.7 / 40.0
SE 0.332








   Charter school 28.4
CI 24.5 / 32.2
SE 1.94








School lunch program eligibility









Not eligible for National School Lunch Program 53.9
CI 53.1 / 54.7
SE 0.424








Eligible for National School Lunch Program 21.7
CI 21.1 / 22.2
SE 0.275








English language learner









Yes 12.0
CI 10.9 / 13.1
SE 0.585








No 41.9
CI 41.2 / 42.5
SE 0.328








Type of community where school is located









City 33.8
CI 32.4 / 35.3
SE 0.725








Town 35.2
CI 33.7 / 36.7
SE 0.77








Rural 39.5
CI 38.3 / 40.7
SE 0.604








Suburb 44.5
CI 43.5 / 45.6
SE 0.522








Footnotes View Footnotes

---: Data are not available.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Eighth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 33.9 (2009)
2020 Target: 37.3
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2009        
Total 33.9
CI 33.2 / 34.5
SE 0.337








Sex









Male 35.6
CI 34.9 / 36.3
SE 0.363








Female 32.1
CI 31.3 / 33.0
SE 0.436








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino ---









   Asian or Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino 53.2
CI 49.9 / 56.4
SE 1.675








   American Indian or Alaska Native only, not Hispanic or Latino 17.8
CI 15.3 / 20.4
SE 1.299








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 12.3
CI 11.2 / 13.3
SE 0.526








   2 or more races, not Hispanic or Latino 32.7
CI 30.9 / 34.5
SE 0.919








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 45.3
CI 44.6 / 45.9
SE 0.339








Hispanic or Latino 19.4
CI 18.3 / 20.4
SE 0.521








Educational attainment (of parent)









High school 19.2
CI 18.2 / 20.2
SE 0.504








4-year college degree 46.9
CI 46.0 / 47.8
SE 0.446








< High school 14.5
CI 13.2 / 15.7
SE 0.647








Some college 32.0
CI 30.9 / 33.2
SE 0.604








Disability status









People with disabilities 9.2
CI 8.4 / 9.9
SE 0.378








People without disabilities 36.5
CI 35.8 / 37.2
SE 0.363








School type









Public 32.6
CI 31.9 / 33.2
SE 0.309








   Charter school 26.2
CI 21.3 / 31.1
SE 2.486








   Not a charter school 34.1
CI 33.4 / 34.7
SE 0.334








Private 47.4
CI 44.4 / 50.4
SE 1.535








School lunch program eligibility









Eligible for National School Lunch Program 16.7
CI 16.0 / 17.4
SE 0.348








Not eligible for National School Lunch Program 44.8
CI 44.0 / 45.5
SE 0.396








English language learner









Yes 5.0
CI 3.9 / 6.1
SE 0.558








No 35.4
CI 34.8 / 36.1
SE 0.317








Type of community where school is located









Rural 33.8
CI 32.7 / 34.9
SE 0.567








City 30.3
CI 29.0 / 31.7
SE 0.688








Suburb 38.2
CI 37.2 / 39.3
SE 0.539








Town 29.4
CI 27.5 / 31.4
SE 1.006








Footnotes View Footnotes

---: Data are not available.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Twelfth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 23.0 (2005)
2020 Target: 25.3
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2005        
Total 23.0
CI 21.7 / 24.3
SE 0.681








Sex









Female 21.1
CI 19.6 / 22.6
SE 0.765








Male 25.1
CI 23.2 / 27.0
SE 0.971








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino ---









   2 or more races, not Hispanic or Latino 18.6
CI 13.8 / 23.4
SE 2.44








   Asian or Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino 33.8
CI 28.7 / 39.0
SE 2.616








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 5.7
CI 3.9 / 7.6
SE 0.946








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 30.4
CI 28.7 / 32.1
SE 0.87








   American Indian or Alaska Native only, not Hispanic or Latino DSU









Hispanic or Latino 8.5
CI 6.7 / 10.2
SE 0.898








Educational attainment (of parent)









High school 11.5
CI 9.1 / 14.0
SE 1.242








Some college 18.2
CI 16.3 / 20.0
SE 0.95








< High school 6.9
CI 4.5 / 9.3
SE 1.215








4-year college degree 34.3
CI 32.4 / 36.2
SE 0.967








Disability status









People without disabilities 24.4
CI 23.0 / 25.8
SE 0.717








People with disabilities 4.6
CI 2.2 / 6.9
SE 1.206








School type









Public 21.5
CI 20.1 / 23.0
SE 0.738








Private DSU









School lunch program eligibility









Not eligible for National School Lunch Program 26.7
CI 24.9 / 28.5
SE 0.902








Eligible for National School Lunch Program 7.7
CI 5.7 / 9.6
SE 1.004








English language learner









Yes DSU









No 23.8
CI 22.4 / 25.1
SE 0.705








Footnotes View Footnotes

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

---: Data are not available.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adolescents who consider school work to be meaningful and important (percent, 12–17 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 26.4 (2008)
2020 Target: 29.3
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008 2009 2010 2011  
Total 26.4
CI 25.6 / 27.2
SE 0.412
26.5
CI 25.7 / 27.3
SE 0.405
28.9
CI 28.1 / 29.8
SE 0.436
29.2
CI 28.4 / 30.1
SE 0.433


Sex









Male 25.7
CI 24.5 / 26.8
SE 0.581
25.9
CI 24.8 / 27.0
SE 0.559
28.5
CI 27.4 / 29.7
SE 0.594
28.2
CI 27.1 / 29.4
SE 0.569


Female 27.1
CI 26.0 / 28.3
SE 0.608
27.2
CI 26.1 / 28.4
SE 0.582
29.4
CI 28.2 / 30.6
SE 0.592
30.2
CI 29.0 / 31.5
SE 0.643


Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 25.5
CI 24.7 / 26.4
SE 0.434
25.3
CI 24.5 / 26.2
SE 0.436
28.0
CI 27.1 / 28.9
SE 0.470
28.2
CI 27.3 / 29.1
SE 0.451


   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 21.8
CI 20.9 / 22.8
SE 0.476
21.9
CI 21.0 / 22.8
SE 0.462
24.0
CI 23.0 / 25.0
SE 0.493
24.7
CI 23.8 / 25.7
SE 0.473


   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 38.7
CI 36.3 / 41.1
SE 1.210
36.8
CI 34.5 / 39.2
SE 1.196
39.7
CI 37.4 / 42.1
SE 1.212
41.2
CI 38.7 / 43.7
SE 1.260


Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only 28.5
CI 19.1 / 40.1
SE 5.406
DSU

DSU

DSU



Black or African American only 38.7
CI 36.3 / 41.0
SE 1.192
36.7
CI 34.5 / 39.0
SE 1.162
39.5
CI 37.2 / 41.9
SE 1.176
40.8
CI 38.4 / 43.3
SE 1.244


American Indian or Alaska Native only 33.2
CI 28.8 / 38.0
SE 2.342
35.2
CI 30.2 / 40.6
SE 2.680
35.5
CI 31.4 / 39.9
SE 2.189
33.3
CI 29.2 / 37.7
SE 2.170


White only 23.6
CI 22.7 / 24.5
SE 0.458
24.1
CI 23.2 / 24.9
SE 0.440
26.0
CI 25.0 / 26.9
SE 0.476
26.6
CI 25.7 / 27.5
SE 0.457


Asian only 33.5
CI 28.5 / 38.8
SE 2.648
32.8
CI 28.1 / 37.9
SE 2.495
41.2
CI 36.1 / 46.4
SE 2.648
34.4
CI 29.9 / 39.2
SE 2.398


Hispanic or Latino 30.4
CI 28.2 / 32.7
SE 1.146
31.9
CI 29.7 / 34.1
SE 1.142
33.0
CI 30.9 / 35.2
SE 1.096
33.2
CI 31.1 / 35.3
SE 1.076


2 or more races 24.3
CI 20.4 / 28.6
SE 2.096
26.8
CI 21.5 / 32.8
SE 2.872
29.9
CI 25.4 / 34.8
SE 2.400
25.9
CI 22.1 / 30.1
SE 2.046


Age group









16-17 22.7
CI 21.5 / 24.1
SE 0.672
23.1
CI 21.8 / 24.4
SE 0.660
26.2
CI 24.8 / 27.6
SE 0.729
25.9
CI 24.6 / 27.2
SE 0.667


12-13 33.0
CI 31.6 / 34.5
SE 0.751
33.6
CI 32.1 / 35.1
SE 0.756
34.6
CI 32.9 / 36.2
SE 0.839
35.7
CI 34.2 / 37.2
SE 0.760


14-15 24.3
CI 23.0 / 25.7
SE 0.667
24.0
CI 22.7 / 25.4
SE 0.667
26.5
CI 25.3 / 27.9
SE 0.663
26.9
CI 25.5 / 28.3
SE 0.700


Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









<100 36.1
CI 33.9 / 38.3
SE 1.137
36.6
CI 34.4 / 38.8
SE 1.117
38.2
CI 36.2 / 40.4
SE 1.073
34.8
CI 32.6 / 37.0
SE 1.125


600+ 21.8
CI 18.7 / 25.3
SE 1.683
19.2
CI 16.0 / 22.8
SE 1.733
23.5
CI 20.3 / 27.0
SE 1.686
22.6
CI 19.1 / 26.5
SE 1.897


400-599 22.2
CI 20.7 / 23.9
SE 0.816
22.2
CI 20.7 / 23.7
SE 0.780
24.0
CI 22.4 / 25.6
SE 0.834
24.8
CI 23.1 / 26.6
SE 0.885


200-399 23.8
CI 22.5 / 25.2
SE 0.697
23.7
CI 22.4 / 25.1
SE 0.692
26.4
CI 24.9 / 27.8
SE 0.733
27.1
CI 25.7 / 28.5
SE 0.703


100-199 29.1
CI 27.4 / 31.0
SE 0.916
28.7
CI 27.0 / 30.4
SE 0.866
30.6
CI 28.9 / 32.4
SE 0.882
32.7
CI 31.1 / 34.5
SE 0.871


Country of birth









Outside US 36.8
CI 33.2 / 40.6
SE 1.896
36.7
CI 33.0 / 40.6
SE 1.927
38.2
CI 34.2 / 42.2
SE 2.043
40.2
CI 36.7 / 43.9
SE 1.837


US 25.7
CI 24.9 / 26.5
SE 0.421
25.9
CI 25.1 / 26.7
SE 0.410
28.3
CI 27.5 / 29.2
SE 0.447
28.4
CI 27.6 / 29.3
SE 0.438


Geographic location









Metropolitan 26.5
CI 25.5 / 27.4
SE 0.468
26.5
CI 25.6 / 27.5
SE 0.462
29.0
CI 28.1 / 29.9
SE 0.477
29.6
CI 28.6 / 30.6
SE 0.493


Non-metropolitan 26.1
CI 24.3 / 27.9
SE 0.924
26.4
CI 24.6 / 28.3
SE 0.946
28.6
CI 26.6 / 30.7
SE 1.053
27.1
CI 25.4 / 28.8
SE 0.874


Health insurance status









Insured 26.0
CI 25.2 / 26.9
SE 0.430
26.2
CI 25.4 / 27.0
SE 0.421
28.7
CI 27.8 / 29.5
SE 0.442
28.9
CI 28.0 / 29.8
SE 0.448


   Private 23.1
CI 22.2 / 24.1
SE 0.473
22.9
CI 22.0 / 23.8
SE 0.452
25.4
CI 24.4 / 26.4
SE 0.500
26.2
CI 25.2 / 27.3
SE 0.522


   Public 33.0
CI 31.4 / 34.6
SE 0.820
33.4
CI 31.8 / 35.0
SE 0.794
34.5
CI 33.0 / 36.1
SE 0.774
33.5
CI 32.0 / 35.0
SE 0.779


Uninsured 31.3
CI 28.2 / 34.6
SE 1.620
30.7
CI 27.9 / 33.7
SE 1.466
32.2
CI 28.7 / 35.9
SE 1.831
33.2
CI 29.8 / 36.8
SE 1.771


Footnotes View Footnotes

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adolescents missing school for 11+ days due to illness or injury (percent, 12–17 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 5.0 (2008)
2020 Target: To be determined1
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 20082 2009 2010 2011  
Total 5.0
CI 4.0 / 6.0
SE 0.495
5.8
CI 4.9 / 6.7
SE 0.465
6.7
CI 5.7 / 7.7
SE 0.532
5.3
CI 4.5 / 6.1
SE 0.404


Sex









Male 4.5
CI 3.3 / 5.7
SE 0.605
4.6
CI 3.5 / 5.8
SE 0.576
6.4
CI 4.9 / 7.9
SE 0.765
4.4
CI 3.4 / 5.5
SE 0.528


Female 5.5
CI 4.0 / 7.0
SE 0.766
7.0
CI 5.5 / 8.5
SE 0.753
7.0
CI 5.6 / 8.4
SE 0.736
6.3
CI 5.1 / 7.5
SE 0.622


Race/Ethnicity









Asian only DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



Not Hispanic or Latino 5.3
CI 4.2 / 6.4
SE 0.585
6.1
CI 5.0 / 7.1
SE 0.531
7.3
CI 6.1 / 8.6
SE 0.637
5.4
CI 4.5 / 6.3
SE 0.472


   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino DSU

4.7
CI 2.6 / 6.8
SE 1.058
6.3
CI 4.0 / 8.5
SE 1.159
2.7
CI 1.5 / 3.8
SE 0.586


   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 5.8
CI 4.4 / 7.3
SE 0.740
6.7
CI 5.4 / 8.0
SE 0.664
7.8
CI 6.3 / 9.3
SE 0.775
6.3
CI 5.1 / 7.5
SE 0.621


Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



Black or African American only DSU

4.6
CI 2.6 / 6.6
SE 1.020
6.0
CI 3.8 / 8.2
SE 1.100
2.8
CI 1.7 / 4.0
SE 0.586


Hispanic or Latino 3.7
CI 2.4 / 5.1
SE 0.700
4.6
CI 2.8 / 6.5
SE 0.948
4.1
CI 2.7 / 5.6
SE 0.730
5.2
CI 3.8 / 6.6
SE 0.709


2 or more races DSU

DSU

DSU

5.5
CI 2.4 / 8.5
SE 1.564


American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



White only 5.4
CI 4.2 / 6.6
SE 0.600
6.2
CI 5.2 / 7.3
SE 0.556
7.0
CI 5.7 / 8.2
SE 0.626
6.0
CI 5.0 / 7.0
SE 0.501


Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









400-599 2.9
CI 1.4 / 4.4
SE 0.762
3.6
CI 1.8 / 5.3
SE 0.890
4.9
CI 2.8 / 6.9
SE 1.056
3.1
CI 1.5 / 4.8
SE 0.827


600+ 4.3
CI 2.2 / 6.4
SE 1.075
3.7
CI 1.8 / 5.5
SE 0.943
4.2
CI 1.9 / 6.5
SE 1.182
2.3
CI 1.1 / 3.6
SE 0.636


<100 6.7
CI 4.0 / 9.4
SE 1.376
8.0
CI 5.4 / 10.6
SE 1.328
11.4
CI 8.0 / 14.9
SE 1.753
9.2
CI 6.8 / 11.5
SE 1.190


100-199 5.9
CI 3.6 / 8.1
SE 1.153
7.9
CI 5.7 / 10.2
SE 1.129
7.8
CI 5.4 / 10.1
SE 1.199
6.7
CI 4.7 / 8.6
SE 0.979


200-399 5.1
CI 3.1 / 7.1
SE 1.013
5.1
CI 3.5 / 6.7
SE 0.824
5.3
CI 3.8 / 6.8
SE 0.774
4.4
CI 3.1 / 5.7
SE 0.654


Family type









Two parent family with children 4.2
CI 2.7 / 5.6
SE 0.737
3.9
CI 2.7 / 5.0
SE 0.593
5.2
CI 3.7 / 6.6
SE 0.720
3.5
CI 2.5 / 4.6
SE 0.531


Single parent with children 5.7
CI 3.5 / 8.0
SE 1.139
6.8
CI 4.5 / 9.1
SE 1.169
8.8
CI 6.0 / 11.5
SE 1.402
7.8
CI 5.6 / 9.9
SE 1.098


Other 5.8
CI 4.3 / 7.3
SE 0.764
7.7
CI 6.0 / 9.3
SE 0.834
7.7
CI 5.9 / 9.4
SE 0.894
6.4
CI 5.0 / 7.7
SE 0.683


Country of birth









US 5.1
CI 4.1 / 6.1
SE 0.520
5.9
CI 5.0 / 6.9
SE 0.489
6.9
CI 5.8 / 8.0
SE 0.563
5.5
CI 4.7 / 6.4
SE 0.428


Outside US DSU

DSU

DSU

3.0
CI 1.4 / 4.7
SE 0.839


Disability status









People with activity limitations 11.9
CI 7.8 / 15.9
SE 2.073
13.9
CI 10.1 / 17.8
SE 1.971
17.0
CI 12.5 / 21.6
SE 2.330
13.7
CI 9.8 / 17.7
SE 2.026


People without activity limitations 4.3
CI 3.3 / 5.2
SE 0.501
4.8
CI 3.9 / 5.7
SE 0.469
5.5
CI 4.5 / 6.5
SE 0.521
4.2
CI 3.5 / 5.0
SE 0.364


Geographic location









Metropolitan 4.9
CI 3.9 / 6.0
SE 0.541
5.7
CI 4.7 / 6.7
SE 0.513
6.4
CI 5.3 / 7.6
SE 0.577
5.1
CI 4.2 / 5.9
SE 0.432


Non-metropolitan 5.3
CI 2.9 / 7.8
SE 1.237
6.5
CI 4.2 / 8.7
SE 1.128
8.2
CI 5.6 / 10.8
SE 1.308
6.8
CI 4.4 / 9.2
SE 1.209


Health insurance status









Insured 5.1
CI 4.1 / 6.2
SE 0.541
5.9
CI 4.9 / 6.9
SE 0.504
6.9
CI 5.8 / 8.0
SE 0.573
5.3
CI 4.5 / 6.2
SE 0.428


   Private 4.1
CI 2.9 / 5.2
SE 0.594
4.0
CI 3.0 / 4.9
SE 0.469
5.3
CI 4.1 / 6.5
SE 0.612
3.6
CI 2.7 / 4.4
SE 0.435


   Public 7.7
CI 5.5 / 9.9
SE 1.108
9.8
CI 7.6 / 12.0
SE 1.121
9.9
CI 7.6 / 12.2
SE 1.164
8.6
CI 6.8 / 10.3
SE 0.894


Uninsured 3.6
CI 1.7 / 5.6
SE 0.975
4.8
CI 2.2 / 7.4
SE 1.318
5.0
CI 2.5 / 7.5
SE 1.265
5.6
CI 3.2 / 8.0
SE 1.223


Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Schools with a school breakfast program (percent, elementary, middle, and high schools)

2020 Baseline (year): 68.6 (2006)
2020 Target: 75.5
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006        
Total 68.6
CI 63.7 / 73.5
SE 2.479








School level









Elementary 69.2
CI 62.8 / 75.5
SE 3.240








Middle/junior high school 64.4
CI 57.6 / 71.1
SE 3.450








Senior high school 73.6
CI 67.7 / 79.6
SE 3.020








School type









Public 86.3
CI 81.9 / 90.7
SE 2.230








Private/parochial 20.9
CI 13.4 / 28.5
SE 3.851








School size









300-999 students 75.4
CI 69.1 / 81.8
SE 3.228








1000 or more students 94.3
CI 89.0 / 99.6
SE 2.712








Less than 300 students 52.7
CI 44.8 / 60.5
SE 4.008








Footnotes View Footnotes

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adolescents who have been offered, sold, or given an illegal drug on school property (percent, grades 9–12)

2020 Baseline (year): 22.7 (2009)
2020 Target: 20.4
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2009 2011      
Total 22.7
CI 20.7 / 24.9
SE 1.043
25.6
CI 23.6 / 27.6
SE 0.992






Sex









Male 25.9
CI 23.2 / 28.7
SE 1.360
29.2
CI 27.1 / 31.5
SE 1.104






Female 19.3
CI 17.3 / 21.4
SE 1.013
21.7
CI 19.5 / 24.2
SE 1.167






Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 20.7
CI 18.8 / 22.8
SE 1.000
23.7
CI 21.8 / 25.7
SE 0.988






   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 22.2
CI 19.5 / 25.2
SE 1.420
22.8
CI 19.4 / 26.7
SE 1.822






   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 19.8
CI 17.6 / 22.2
SE 1.130
22.7
CI 20.9 / 24.7
SE 0.961






Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only 29.6
CI 23.0 / 37.1
SE 3.521
37.9
CI 31.8 / 44.5
SE 3.170






2 or more races 29.4
CI 24.7 / 34.7
SE 2.488
32.9
CI 28.6 / 37.5
SE 2.210






American Indian or Alaska Native only 32.5
CI 27.9 / 37.5
SE 2.375
34.4
CI 28.8 / 40.5
SE 2.908






Black or African American only 23.3
CI 20.5 / 26.2
SE 1.423
23.7
CI 20.2 / 27.5
SE 1.800






Hispanic or Latino 31.3
CI 28.3 / 34.5
SE 1.555
33.2
CI 29.9 / 36.7
SE 1.699






Asian only 19.4
CI 16.0 / 23.4
SE 1.849
25.0
CI 21.0 / 29.5
SE 2.095






White only 20.2
CI 18.1 / 22.6
SE 1.114
23.4
CI 21.5 / 25.5
SE 0.982






Obesity status









Not obese 22.5
CI 20.4 / 24.7
SE 1.070
25.1
CI 23.0 / 27.3
SE 1.045






Obese 24.5
CI 21.5 / 27.6
SE 1.504
28.4
CI 25.6 / 31.4
SE 1.439






Grade level









12th 20.6
CI 18.3 / 23.2
SE 1.213
23.8
CI 21.6 / 26.2
SE 1.134






10th 23.7
CI 21.5 / 26.0
SE 1.109
27.8
CI 25.5 / 30.3
SE 1.205






9th 22.0
CI 19.5 / 24.8
SE 1.322
23.7
CI 21.3 / 26.2
SE 1.224






11th 24.3
CI 21.5 / 27.3
SE 1.442
27.0
CI 24.1 / 30.2
SE 1.512






Footnotes View Footnotes

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adolescents whose parents consider them to be safe at school (percent, 12–17 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 86.4 (2007)
2020 Target: 95.0
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2007 2011-2012      
Total 86.4
CI 85.3 / 87.4
SE 0.543
90.9
CI 90.1 / 91.7
SE 0.407






Sex









Male 85.5
CI 83.8 / 87.2
SE 0.876
91.5
CI 90.4 / 92.5
SE 0.556






Female 87.2
CI 85.9 / 88.4
SE 0.653
90.3
CI 89.1 / 91.4
SE 0.595






Race/Ethnicity









Asian only 90.7
CI 86.0 / 95.5
SE 2.416
92.0
CI 84.9 / 95.9
SE 2.666






Not Hispanic or Latino 88.2
CI 87.2 / 89.1
SE 0.495
92.7
CI 92.0 / 93.3
SE 0.335






   2 or more races, not Hispanic or Latino ---

92.8
CI 90.0 / 94.9
SE 1.235






   Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino ---

86.6
CI 74.7 / 93.4
SE 4.644






   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 72.0
CI 68.8 / 75.3
SE 1.663
84.0
CI 81.6 / 86.1
SE 1.143






   American Indian or Alaska Native only, not Hispanic or Latino ---

87.1
CI 78.5 / 92.6
SE 3.524






   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 92.8
CI 91.9 / 93.6
SE 0.435
95.1
CI 94.5 / 95.7
SE 0.303






   Asian only, not Hispanic or Latino ---

91.8
CI 84.5 / 95.9
SE 2.769






Hispanic or Latino 78.5
CI 74.7 / 82.2
SE 1.928
84.4
CI 81.4 / 87.0
SE 1.434






Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only 82.3
CI 72.2 / 92.4
SE 5.14
90.8
CI 82.7 / 95.4
SE 3.107






American Indian or Alaska Native only 75.8
CI 66.7 / 84.9
SE 4.65
85.6
CI 73.5 / 92.8
SE 4.791






2 or more races 88.0
CI 84.5 / 91.4
SE 1.748
92.3
CI 89.6 / 94.3
SE 1.178






Black or African American only 72.8
CI 69.6 / 76.0
SE 1.619
84.2
CI 81.9 / 86.2
SE 1.106






White only 91.4
CI 90.4 / 92.4
SE 0.508
93.6
CI 92.8 / 94.4
SE 0.402






Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









200-399 89.2
CI 87.5 / 90.9
SE 0.872
93.3
CI 92.1 / 94.3
SE 0.546






<100 73.0
CI 69.6 / 76.4
SE 1.732
81.4
CI 78.7 / 83.8
SE 1.305






100-199 78.6
CI 75.4 / 81.8
SE 1.619
86.5
CI 84.0 / 88.7
SE 1.207






400+ 95.2
CI 94.4 / 95.9
SE 0.395
97.3
CI 96.5 / 98.0
SE 0.380






Family type









Other (with children) 82.8
CI 79.7 / 86.0
SE 1.619
87.9
CI 84.2 / 90.9
SE 1.683






Two parent, biological or adopted 90.0
CI 88.8 / 91.2
SE 0.613
93.3
CI 92.2 / 94.2
SE 0.511






Two parent, step 84.2
CI 80.9 / 87.6
SE 1.73
90.1
CI 87.9 / 92.0
SE 1.058






Single mother, no father present 78.7
CI 75.9 / 81.5
SE 1.443
86.0
CI 84.0 / 87.7
SE 0.956






Geographic location









Metropolitan 85.5
CI 84.1 / 86.8
SE 0.689
90.9
CI 90.0 / 91.8
SE 0.460






Non-metropolitan 89.2
CI 88.2 / 90.2
SE 0.517
91.8
CI 90.4 / 93.0
SE 0.647






Health insurance status









Uninsured 76.6
CI 72.5 / 80.7
SE 2.081
81.0
CI 74.7 / 86.0
SE 2.859






Insured ---

91.5
CI 90.7 / 92.3
SE 0.389






   Public 75.6
CI 74.6 / 76.5
SE 0.48
84.9
CI 83.0 / 86.6
SE 0.894






   Private 91.7
CI 88.8 / 94.7
SE 1.517
94.8
CI 94.0 / 95.5
SE 0.381






Sexual orientation









Sexual orientation DNC

DNC







Gender identity









Gender identity DNC

DNC







Special health care needs









Yes 86.2
CI 84.3 / 88.0
SE 0.944
89.5
CI 87.9 / 90.9
SE 0.741






No 86.4
CI 85.1 / 87.7
SE 0.647
91.4
CI 90.4 / 92.3
SE 0.484






Footnotes View Footnotes

DNC: Data for specific population not collected.

---: Data are not available.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Schools with a serious violent incident (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 17.2 (2007-2008)
2020 Target: 15.5
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2007-2008        
Total 17.2
CI 15.1 / 19.3
SE 1.06








Geographic location









City 20.2
CI 16.0 / 24.4
SE 2.15








Suburb 17.4
CI 14.9 / 19.9
SE 1.29








Town 17.6
CI 12.7 / 22.5
SE 2.51








Rural 14.4
CI 11.3 / 17.5
SE 1.59








School level









High school 28.9
CI 25.9 / 31.9
SE 1.53








Combined schools 16.4
CI 7.2 / 25.6
SE 4.7








Primary 13.0
CI 9.7 / 16.3
SE 1.69








Middle school 22.0
CI 19.4 / 24.6
SE 1.32








School size









Less than 300 students 12.3
CI 8.0 / 16.6
SE 2.21








300-499 students 11.4
CI 7.7 / 15.1
SE 1.89








500-999 students 19.8
CI 17.0 / 22.6
SE 1.44








1000 or more students 34.0
CI 30.0 / 38.0
SE 2.03








Percent minority enrollment









Less than 5% 15.0
CI 10.1 / 19.9
SE 2.52








50% or more 22.5
CI 18.8 / 26.2
SE 1.88








5% to less than 20% 13.7
CI 11.0 / 16.4
SE 1.38








20% to less than 50% 15.2
CI 11.7 / 18.7
SE 1.77








Footnotes View Footnotes

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Arrests of minors and young adults for serious violent crimes (per 100,000 population, 10–24 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 444.0 (2008)
2020 Target: 399.6
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2008        
Total 444.0









Sex









Female 155.9









Male 716.7









Age group









10-17 288.1









18-24 599.8









Sexual orientation









Sexual orientation DNC









Gender identity









Gender identity DNC









Footnotes View Footnotes

DNC: Data for specific population not collected.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Arrests of minors and young adults for serious property crimes (per100,000 population, 10–24 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 1,526.7 (2008)
2020 Target: 1,374.0
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2008        
Total 1526.7









Sex









Female 1114.1









Male 1917.6









Age group









18-24 1729.9









10-17 1323.4









Sexual orientation









Sexual orientation DNC









Gender identity









Gender identity DNC









Footnotes View Footnotes

DNC: Data for specific population not collected.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.