From Hawai’i P-20
This report presents information on how well Hawai‘i’s graduates are prepared for career and college success and to achieve the State of Hawai‘i Department of Education’s Vision of a High School Graduate. The indicators are selected from data currently available and based on recommendations from the report, “Measures that Matter: Making College and Career Readiness the Mission of High Schools”.
The College and Career Indicators Report is an annual collaboration between the State of Hawai‘i Department of Education (DOE) and the University of Hawai‘i, coordinated by Hawai‘i P-20 Partnerships for Education. Hawai‘i P-20 issues this report each spring for the previous year’s graduating class. This year’s report includes DOE graduate placement into college-level math and English courses and information provided by high schools about their graduating class. Additional report measures are expected to be added in the future as data becomes available.
To download the technical report, please click here.
Measures that Matter: http://www.achieve.org/measuresthatmatter
Achieve.org Hawaii Profile: http://www.achieve.org/hawaii
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