The New York City High Schools Contributing the Most to the Achievement of Black and Latino Males

This report identifies factors distinguishing the schools that best serve Black and Latino males. We first determine which schools contribute the most to Black and Latino males graduating with a Regents Diploma in four years, and then examine the characteristics that distinguish these schools. Among the stronger patterns observed in the analysis, it appears that schools with higher expectations for students and more supportive school climates contribute more to the achievement of Black and Latino males. Learn more