The high school graduation rate of Ponce Metro Area (PR) was 74.30% in 2017.

Graduation Rates

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Education and Graduation Rates Datasets Involving Ponce Metro Area (PR)

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    Directorio Comprensivo de Escuelas Públicas, Puerto Rico 2018

    data.pr.gov | Last Updated 2019-02-15T20:13:33.000Z

    Este directorio contiene información a nivel de escuelas públicas en Puerto Rico. Además de las características básicas de la escuela como lo es por ejemplo, nombre de la escuela, código único, distrito, dirección, coordenadas geoespaciales, nivel, y grados, este directorio contiene datos sobre matrícula, aprovechamiento académico (resultados META-PR) y nivel de pobreza de sus estudiantes. Otro aspecto que presenta este directorio es información sobre los posibles cambios de la escuela luego de los procesos de consolidación. Actualizado el 13 de junio de 2018.

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    Learning Improvement Information Center: Regional Indicators for Physical Resources

    mydata.iadb.org | Last Updated 2019-03-28T19:01:07.000Z

    This dataset consists of statistics on basic infrastructure resources and other resources that support student learning within schools. Main indicators: access to water, bathrooms, electricity, phone, internet, art rooms, auditoriums, library, gymnasium, science lab, and number of books per student. Click here to access the data: https://mydata.iadb.org/d/b2gd-27ej

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    Behavioral Risk Factor Data: Tobacco Use (2011 to present)

    chronicdata.cdc.gov | Last Updated 2019-02-14T19:04:29.000Z

    2011-2017. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). State Tobacco Activities Tracking and Evaluation (STATE) System. BRFSS Survey Data. The BRFSS is a continuous, state-based surveillance system that collects information about modifiable risk factors for chronic diseases and other leading causes of death. The data for the STATE System were extracted from the annual BRFSS surveys from participating states. Tobacco topics included are cigarette and e-cigarette use prevalence by demographics, cigarette and e-cigarette use frequency, and quit attempts. NOTE: these data are not to be compared with BRFSS data collected 2010 and prior, as the methodologies were changed. Please refer to the FAQs / Methodology sections for more details.

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    Learning Improvement Information Center: Regional Indicators for Financial Resources

    mydata.iadb.org | Last Updated 2019-05-13T15:07:42.000Z

    This dataset consists of statistics measuring the financial resources available to fund the education system. Main indicators: Government expenditure on education as % of GDP, in PPP, as % of total government expenditure, expenditure on salaries as % of education expenditure, expenditure on education per student as % of pc gdp. <br><br><b>Click here to access the data: https://mydata.iadb.org/d/y35v-i2ux/</b></br></br>

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    Parcel Address

    data.calgary.ca | Last Updated 2019-07-11T14:09:05.000Z

    This file contains address information for land parcels within The City of Calgary.

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    Rethinking Productive Development: Sound Policies and Institutions for Economic Transformation - DIA 2014

    mydata.iadb.org | Last Updated 2018-01-09T09:49:15.000Z

    This dataset was created to support 2014 DIA - Rethinking Productive Development: Sound Policies and Institutions for Economic Transformation.<br><br><b>Click here to access the data: https://mydata.iadb.org/d/6gku-ip59 </b></br></br>

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    Database of Political Institutions 2017

    mydata.iadb.org | Last Updated 2018-04-03T13:31:02.000Z

    The Database of Political Institutions presents institutional and electoral results data such as measures of checks and balances, tenure and stability of the government, identification of party affiliation and ideology, and fragmentation of opposition and government parties in the legislature, among others. The current version of the database, which is now hosted at the IDB, expands its coverage to about 180 countries for 40 years, 1975–2017. Researchers at the World Bank Development Research Group first compiled the database in 2000 (see citation information below). It has become one of the most cited databases in comparative political economy and comparative political institutions. Almost 3000 studies have used this database so far as a source of institutional and political data in their empirical analysis.

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    Emerging and Sustainable Cities Initiative: Indicators Values

    mydata.iadb.org | Last Updated 2018-12-19T00:59:18.000Z

    The Urban Dashboard allows to explore and compare more than 150 quantitative indicators, public opinion polls and interactive maps of intermediate cities in Latin America and the Caribbean. These are cities that have an outstanding economic and population growth, and receive technical assistance from the Emerging and Sustainable Cities Initiative (ESCI) of the IDB. This dataset was created to feed the urbandashboard.org platform. It contains all the cities indicators values, sources and year.<br><br><b>Click here to access the data: https://mydata.iadb.org/idb/dataset/rq4a-d9gg</b></br></br>

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    City Council Election 2013

    data.cambridgema.gov | Last Updated 2016-05-24T19:43:12.000Z

    This dataset contains the original final vote tally from 2013 Cambridge City Council election. The City Council comprises nine members and is the Cambridge's lawmaking body. Proportional Representation (PR) is the method by which voters in Cambridge elect members of the City Council and School Committee. In a PR election you may vote for as many of the candidates listed on the ballot as you wish, but you must rank the candidates in order of preference. This ensures minority representation with majority control. The vote count begins with the sorting of ballots by the first preference shown on each valid ballot. That is the NUMBER 1 vote on each ballot. This is generally known as the "First Count". Any candidates who reach the necessary quota with Number 1 votes are declared elected. During the 2013 City Council Election, the quota was 1,775 votes. Any extra ballots they receive beyond the quota are redistributed to the candidates marked next in preference (the number 2 preference) on those excess ballots. The count continues with the elimination of those candidates receiving fewer than fifty votes in the first count. Their ballots are redistributed to the other candidates according to the next preference marked. After each distribution, the candidate now having the lowest number of votes is eliminated and his/her ballots redistributed to the next indicated preference (number 2,3,4 etc.) As candidates reach the quota through the addition of redistributed ballots to their totals, they are declared elected and no further ballots are transferred to them. This process continues until all candidates have been eliminated except the nine winners for City Council. To learn more, please visit: https://www.cambridgema.gov/election/programsandservices/cambridgemunicipalelections

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    Broadband Development Index

    mydata.iadb.org | Last Updated 2018-01-29T22:30:16.000Z

    The main goal of the IDBA is to size the Digital Divide in Latin America and the Caribbean by measuring the state of broadband development in the 26 Bank-member countries, as well as in additional reference countries (64 nations in total). The IDBA is a powerful tool to identify the magnitude of the gap in two different geographic approached, first when we compare the state of the art of one country versus the cluster region the country belongs to, and second, when we compare the country with respect to the OECD. The IDBA relies on a comprehensive approach based on four pillars: infrastructure, applications and capacity, strategic regulations, and public policy and strategic vision. Those four pillars are built as a result of the combination of 37 indicators from renowned international institutions. As a result, the IDBA provides a tool for decision makers and policymakers to detect, on a country basis, strengths and areas for improvement in developing specific, concrete and actionable plans.