The Clearinghouse’s Faye Huie and Michele Gralak explain the Value of StudentTracker to improve students’ success with data and education insights.
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.
States can leverage existing tools and resources, like StudentTracker for High Schools, to minimize the burden of gathering and reporting this data.
Fall reports now available for StudentTracker for High Schools subscribers who submitted their 2019-2020 high school graduate records.
To boost college graduation rates for first-generation students, high schools need data on where their alumni are most likely to earn degrees.
StudentTracker for High Schools subscribers who submitted their 2019-2020 high school graduate records can expect their StudentTracker reports within the next few weeks offering an early look at fall enrollment.
StudentTracker for High Schools Participants: Submit Your 2019-2020 Grads by Sept. 4 for Inclusion in Our Special COVID Report
If you are a StudentTracker for High Schools participant, please submit your 2019-2020 high school graduate records by September 4, 2020, to ensure your graduates are included in our special COVID-19 report.
A timely reminder for districts and high schools that participates in StudentTracker® for High Schools to submit their 2020 high school graduate records to the Clearinghouse.
Our newest StudentTracker for High Schools report, “Top 25 Colleges Students First Attended,” will be automatically included with the spring StudentTracker set of reports.
Clearinghouse’s Michele Gralak Describes How StudentTracker Helps Schools and Districts Put Data to Work for Success
Clearinghouse Business Analyst Michele Gralak describes how the Clearinghouse can help any school district or education nonprofit learn about their actual college graduation rates for their alumni and steps to boost those rates.