High School Feedback Reports: Does the state have a system to provide postsecondary feedback to high schools/districts?

High School Feedback Reports: Does the state have a system to provide postsecondary feedback to high schools/districts?

August 2017


States have established a system or report that provides data regarding the postsecondary enrollment and/or postsecondary performance of high school graduates to high schools and school districts.

Does the state have a system to provide postsecondary feedback to high schools/districts?
Alabama Yes, through the Alabama Commission on Higher Education
Alaska No
Arizona Yes through AzDASH, a confidential set of dashboards hosted by the Arizona Department of Education. As a courtesy to the public, redacted reports from the Arizona public universities are publicly available.
Arkansas Yes, through ADE Data Center
California No
Colorado Yes, through the Colorado Commission on Higher Education
Connecticut Yes, through the Connecticut State Department of Education
Delaware Yes, through the Delaware Department of Education
Florida Yes, through the Florida Department of Education
Georgia Yes, through the Georgia Department of Education and the Governor's Office of Student Achievement
Hawaii Yes, through Hawaii P-20 Partnerships for Education
Idaho Yes, through the Office of State Board of Education
Illinois Yes, through the Illinois State Board of Education
Indiana Yes, through the Indiana Commission for Higher Education
Iowa Yes, through the Iowa Department of Education
Kansas Yes, through the Kansas State Department of Education's publicly available report card. KSDE also has an authenticated application (private) for providing this data at a student level for districts in the Annual Measures of Student Success (AMOSS) application.
Kentucky Yes, through the Kentucky Center for Education & Workforce Statistics
Louisiana Yes, through the Louisiana Department of Education
Maine Yes, through the Maine Department f Education
Maryland Yes, through the Maryland Higher Education Commission
Massachusetts Yes, through the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
Michigan Yes, through Michigan School Data
Minnesota Yes, through Minnesota Statewide Longitudinal Education Data System
Mississippi No
Missouri Yes, through the Missouri Department of Higher Education
Montana Yes, through the Montana Office of Public Instruction
Nebraska Yes, through the Nebraska Department of Education
Nevada Yes, through the Nevada P-20 to Workforce Research Data System
New Hampshire Yes, through the New Hampshire Department of Education
New Jersey Yes, through the New Jersey Department of Education
New Mexico Yes, through the New Mexico Public Education Department
New York No
North Carolina Yes, through the University of North Carolina System
North Dakota Yes, through the North Dakota SLDS
Ohio Yes, through the Ohio Department of Higher Education
Oklahoma Yes, through the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education
Oregon No
Pennsylvania No
Rhode Island No
South Carolina Yes, through the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education
South Dakota Yes, through the South Dakota Board of Regents
Tennessee Yes, through the Tennessee Higher Education Commission
Texas Yes, through the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
Utah Yes, through the Utah System of Higher Education
Vermont Yes, through the Vermont Agency of Education
Virginia Yes, through the Virginia Department of Education
Washington Yes, through the Washington State Education and Research Data Center
West Virginia Yes, through the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission
Wisconsin Yes, through the Wisconsin Information System for Education
Wyoming No


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