Does state statute include reporting requirements?


Developmental Education Policies

Does state statute include reporting requirements?

December 2018

Only statutorily created requirements are included in this resource. In this resource, the following categories are used:
  • Student populations (recent high school graduates, total number or percentage of students enrolled in developmental courses).
  • Student characteristics (demographics, developmental education needs, college readiness, high school GPA).
  • Student success (pass rates, graduation rates, successful completion of gateway courses).
  • High school feedback data.
  • Cost of developmental education.


Yes/No Does state statute include reporting requirements? Citation
Alabama
No statute identified.
Alaska
No statute identified.
Arizona
No statute identified.
Arkansas
Yes. The Department of Education must annually report on the following measures: student populations, student characteristics, cost of developmental education. Ark. Code Ann. § 6-61-221
California
Yes. The Legislative Analyst's Office, in consultation with CSU, must produce a report on or before January 1, 2019 that includes the following measures: student success, student characteristics.

The Chancellor of community colleges must annually report on the following measures: student populations.
 
Cal. Educ. Code § 89007.7




Cal. Educ. Code § 84757.5
Cal. Educ. Code § 84757
Colorado
Yes. The Department of Higher Education must annually report on the following measures: cost of developmental education, student success and high school feedback data including student populations and student characteristics. Colo. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 23-1-113.3
Connecticut
No statute identified.
Delaware
No statute identified.
District of Columbia
No statute identified.
Florida
Yes. Each Florida College System must annually report on the following measures: student success. Fla. Stat. Ann. § 1008.30
Georgia
No statute identified.
Hawaii
No statute identified.
Idaho
No statute identified.
Illinois
No statute identified.
Indiana
No statute identified.
Iowa
No statute identified.
Kansas
No statute identified.
Kentucky
Yes. Public universities and the Kentucky Community College and Technical College System must report on the following measures: student characteristics and student success. 13 Ky. Admin. Regs. 2:020
Louisiana
No statute identified.
Maine
No statute identified.
Maryland
No statute identified.
Massachusetts
No statute identified.
Michigan
Yes. The Center for Educational Performance and Information must coordinate the collection of all data required from postsecondary institutions, and ensure the reports include the following measures: student populations. Mich. Comp. Laws Ann. § 388.1694a
Minnesota
Yes. The Commissioner of the Office of Higher Education must annually report on the following measures: a high school feedback data, student populations and student success. The data must be aggregated by school district, high school and postsecondary institution. Data must be disaggregated by race, ethnicity, free or reduced-price lunch eligibility and age.

The Board of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities must annually report on the following measures: student success and student populations. The data must be disaggregated for each college an university by race, ethnicity, Pell Grant eligibility, and age.


 
Minn. Stat. Ann. § 136A.055






Minn. Stat. Ann. § 136F.303 
Mississippi
No statute identified.
Missouri
Yes. The Coordinating Board for Higher Education must annually report on the following measures: high school feedback data including student populations and student characteristics. Data must be disaggregated by race and gender. Mo. Ann. Stat. § 173.750
Montana
No statute identified.
Nebraska
No statute identified.
Nevada
Yes. The Nevada System of Higher Education must produce a high school feedback report that includes the following measures: student populations and cost of developmental education. Nev. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 396.548
New Hampshire
Yes. Each postsecondary institution must annually report on the following measures: student populations. N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 193-E:3
New Jersey
No statute identified.
New Mexico
Yes. A high school or school district superintendent may request a report from a postsecondary institution that includes the following measures: student populations and student characteristics. N.M. Stat. Ann. § 21-1-43
New York
Yes. Each State University of New York community college must annually report on the following measures: student populations, student characteristics and student success. N.Y. Educ. Law § 6303-a
North Carolina
Yes. The Board of Governors, the State Board of Community College and the State Board of Education are tasked with planning an information exchange system that includes the following measures: student populations and student characteristics. N.C. Gen. Stat. Ann. § 116-11
North Dakota
No statute identified.
Ohio
Yes. Each public higher education institution must annually report on the following measures: cost of developmental education.

Each state university must annually report on the following measures: student populations, student characteristics and the cost of developmental education.

The Chancellor of Higher Education must annually report on the following measures: high school feedback data including student populations and student characteristics.
Ohio Rev. Code Ann. § 3345.061



Ohio Rev. Code Ann. § 3345.062



Ohio Rev. Code Ann. § 3333.041
Oklahoma
No statute identified.
Oregon
No statute identified.
Pennsylvania
No statute identified.
Rhode Island
No statute identified.
South Carolina
Yes. Four year institutions must annually report on the following measures: student populations and student success. S.C. Code Ann. § 59-101-350
South Dakota
No statute identified.
Tennessee
No statute identified.
Texas
Yes. Junior colleges must report on the following measures: student populations.

The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board must report on the following measures: student success.
 
Tex. Educ. Code Ann. § 130.0036



Tex. Educ. Code Ann. § 51A.103
Utah
No statute identified.
Vermont
No statute identified.
Virginia
Yes. The State Council of Higher Education must annual report on the following measures: student populations. Va. Code Ann. § 23.1-204.1
Washington
Yes. Four year institutions must annually report on the following measures: student populations, student success. To the extent possible, the data must be disaggregated by race and ethnicity, gender, state and country of origin, age and socioeconomic status. Wash. Rev. Code Ann. § 28B.77.090
West Virginia
Yes. The governing boards of higher education institutions must annually report on the following measures: high school feedback data including student populations and student characteristics. W. Va. Code Ann. § 18B-1-1e
Wisconsin
Yes. The University of Wisconsin System must annually report on the following measures: high school feedback data. Wis. Stat. Ann. § 36.65(5)
Wyoming
No statute identified.

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