By the Numbers: End of Instruction exams

Oklahoman Modified: April 26, 2013 at 12:17 am •  Published: April 25, 2013
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SENIORS ON THE EDGE

Officials at the state Education Department released a report Thursday about the status of Oklahoma high school seniors who haven't completed enough state-mandated end-of-instruction exams. The tests are required for students to earn a high school diploma. About 350 of 520 school districts responded to the survey. The data was collected through April 10.

Highest Percentage

Stilwell: 52 percent of seniors haven't passed enough exams

Eufaula: 32 percent

Wewoka: 30 percent

Oklahoma City: 28 percent

Dewar: 26 percent

Highest Number of Students Remaining

Oklahoma City Public Schools: 398 seniors haven't passed enough exams

Putnam City Public Schools: 129 seniors

Lawton: 102 seniors

Moore: 73 seniors

Stilwell: 68 seniors

Five Largest Reporting Districts

Oklahoma City: 398 of 1,397 seniors haven't passed enough exams

Moore: 73 of 1,316 seniors

Edmond: 65 of 1,486 seniors

Putnam City: 129 of 1,194 seniors

Broken Arrow: 67 of 1,112 seniors

Source: State Education Department