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Graduation and College and Career Readiness

In this area we track four-, five-, and six-year high school graduation rates as well as how many students take advantage of college and career opportunities.

College and Career Success

High schools are awarded additional credit when students succeed in college and career readiness (CCR) activities.

College and Career Success

What does this mean?

High schools are awarded credit when students participate and succeed in college and career readiness (CCR) activities. Such activities include PSAT/NMSQT, SAT, ACT, Concurrent Enrollment/Dual Credit, Advanced Placement, Career Programs of Study, AccuPlacer, COMPASS, IB, TABE, WorkKeys and ASVAB. This measure focuses on student success in these activities (as opposed to participation in these activities).

How was this calculated?

The CCR indicator is calculated in a valid, reliable, and consistent manner for all high schools statewide, with the number of students participating in CCR activities divided by the number of students in the high school cohort

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College and Career Participation

High schools are awarded credit when students participate in college and career readiness (CCR) activities. Such activities include PSAT/NMSQT, SAT, ACT, Concurrent Enrollment/Dual Credit, Advanced Placement, Career Programs of Study, AccuPlacer, COMPASS, IB, TABE, WorkKeys and ASVAB.

College and Career Participation

What does this mean?

High schools are awarded credit when students participate and succeed in college and career readiness (CCR) activities. Such activities include PSAT/NMSQT, SAT, ACT, Concurrent Enrollment/Dual Credit, Advanced Placement, Career Programs of Study, AccuPlacer, COMPASS, IB, TABE, WorkKeys and ASVAB. This measure focuses on the whether students participated in such activities.

How was this calculated?

The CCR indicator is calculated in a valid, reliable, and consistent manner for all high schools statewide, with the number of students participating in CCR activities divided by the number of students in the high school cohort

Compared to: