Here are four ways high school administrators can leverage the High School Benchmarks report to make data-driven decisions, improve outcomes, and support their students’ educational journeys.
2023 High School Benchmarks Report: Immediate College-Going Rate Improves for the First Time Since Beginning of the Pandemic
The 2023 High School Benchmarks Report reveals the first improvement in immediate college enrollment rates for high school graduates since 2020. The report includes a special analysis of the enduring impact that the pandemic has had on college enrollment.
Fall 2021 immediate college enrollment rates for 2021 high school graduates in approximately 8,700 high schools nationwide declined by 0.9 to 2.2 percentage points, depending on high school income and minority-level characteristics.
Our final look at fall 2021 enrollment shows undergraduates continuing to sit out in droves as colleges navigate yet another year of COVID-19.
The High School Benchmarks report features a special analysis of gap year enrollment for 2020 high school graduates who waited until fall 2021 to enroll in college.
Minority teenage boys have been impacted greatly during the pandemic that is threatening to stall their education and impact their future lives and livelihoods. To help stem the negative impact, educators and policymakers need to know the data about the students in their high schools and districts.
The ability to complete degree programs boosts outcomes related not only to education but also to health, poverty, and even civic participation. Read about the ABCs that offer a conceptually transferrable framework for elementary, middle, high school, and K-20.
Listen to NASSP President Ronn Nozoe and the Research Center’s Executive Director Doug Shapiro discuss the impact of COVID-19.
To follow students on their journey, StudentTracker provides schools and districts the opportunity to observe graduating seniors’ next steps.
The pandemic disproportionately affected graduates of low-income, high-poverty, and high-minority high schools, with their enrollments dropping more steeply than their more advantaged counterparts.