High school and district report cards are accountability reports that are distributed to the public and posted on the department of education's Web site. The reports typically include information on student demographics, performance indicators and school finance. The information below indicates which of the states with postsecondary feedback systems require feedback system data to be included in these school and district report cards to the public.
Why does it matter?
|Is this feedback data included in school and/or district report cards to the public?|
|Arkansas||Yes, the school performance report must include information regarding college remediation rates for each high school.|
|Georgia||Yes, the school accountability report includes postsecondary remediation rates.|
|Nevada||Yes, the report card must include the percentage of recently graduated students enrolled in remedial courses.|
|Ohio||No; however, by July 2012 feedback data will be added to the report.|
|Oklahoma||Yes, the Academic Performance Index (part of the school report card) includes as an indicator the college remediation rate.|
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