What is the following:
POPULATION/SAMPLE (who are the human subjects or
institutions in the analysis):
Variable 1 is MEASURED as:
Variable 2 is MEASURED as:
Variable 3 is MEASURED as:
COVARIATION: (describe, do not explain, what you see):
Figure 2. Status dropout rates of 16- to 24-year-olds, by race/ethnicity and sex: 2017
(Figure 2. Status dropout rates of 16- to 24-year-olds, by race/ethnicity and sex: 2017 shows a histogram of 8 racial groups' dropout rates by male and female: Total male 6.4% and female 4.4%, White male 4.9% and female 3.6%, Black male 8.0% and female 4.9%, Hispanic male 10.0% and female 6.4%, Asian male 2.3% and female 1.8%, Pacific Islander male 5.71% and female 1.81%, American Indian/Alaska Native male 11.6% and female 8.5%, Two or more race male 5.2% and female 3.9%)
Source: Department of Education, National Center for Educational Statistics (2019).
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