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All city buildings are currently open to the public. Masks are required to be worn in the buildings. Find more information and city-specific updates related to COVID-19 and Safer Racine here.
City of Racine Public Health Department
The City of Racine Public Health Department has compiled data regarding current health status and other factors that impact the well being of Racine residents and visitors:
Mental Health and Substance Abuse
Well-educated citizens are Racine’s most important asset. Students from high-quality schools become skilled, productive members of the workforce and are vital to the City’s economy as employees, business owners, and consumers. Pinpointing strengths and weaknesses in the curriculum is key to maximizing student potential. In order to maintain and grow the City’s economy, students must be encouraged to graduate and pursue post-high school education. This section contains information on Racine Unified School District’s graduation rates and standardized testing results.
Wisconsin Information System for Education Data Dashboard (WISEDash)
During the 2017-18 academic year, 75% of students who attended Racine Unified School District (RUSD) completed high school in four years. Of those who graduated in 2018, 49% were enrolled in a 2 or 4 year college or university for 2018-19.
RUSD students consistently place below statewide levels in 3rd through 10th grade standardized subject testing, although higher than Milwaukee Public Schools.
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