In 2018, 83.2% of Minnesota's high schoolers graduated on-time (in four years), the highest percentage in the past decade. However, only 51% of American Indian students, 67% of Black students, and 67% of Hispanic students graduated on time, compared to 87% of Asian students and 88% of White students. (Source: MN Department of Education)
In 2018, 35.4% of Minnesotans age 25+ had earned a bachelor's or higher degree (compared to 31.5% nationwide), while 93.0% of Minnesotans age 25+ had earned a high school diploma or higher degree (compared to 87.7% nationwide). (Source: 2018 American Community Survey)
Four states had a higher percentage of their adult population possessing a bachelor's degree than Minnesota in 2018.
(Source: 2018 American Community Survey)
Data for US, MN, and all available MN counties from the U.S. Census Bureau's 2014-2018 American Community Survey:
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Data on student demographics, test results, graduation rates, college-going, and other data for individual schools, districts, or Minnesota students as a whole.