Hawaii State Longitudinal Data System—College & Career Readiness Indicators (HI-SLD-CCRI)

The CCRI report has been developed through Hawaii DXP (formally Hawai‘i P-20 Partnerships for Education) in collaboration with the Hawai‘i State Department of Education (HIDOE) and the University of Hawai‘i (UH). The CCRI provides information on how well students demonstrate they are on a path toward success in college, career and citizenship. Indicators selected for the CCRI report were originally based on recommendations from Measures that Matter: Making College and Career Readiness the Mission of High Schools (www.achieve.org/measuresthatmatter). Since the initial CCRI production, the DXP has also chosen indicators based on newly available data, as well as its impact on improving student readiness for the workforce or postsecondary education. Additional measures for the CCRI report will be incorporated as data becomes available.

The CCRI report presents high school outcome data in the following areas: (1) diploma type, (2) on-time graduation rate, (3) dual credit participation and completion rate, (4) advanced placement exam taken and completion rate, (5) career technical education completion, and (6) meeting ACT English, math, reading and science proficiency.

The CCRI report also include college enrollment data: (1) college enrollment, (2) college persistence, (3) college enrollment in UH system, (4) English enrollment in UH system, and (5) math enrollment in UH system.

College enrollment data are broken down by key demographic characteristics, including gender, economic status and race/ethnicity.

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Source http://hawaiidxp.org/resources/index
Maintainer Hawaii Data eXchange Partnership (Hawaii DXP)
Last Updated December 3, 2019, 20:20 (UTC)
Created November 26, 2019, 00:33 (UTC)