Here’s a great example of how schools can use data from StudentTracker for High Schools to help identify achievements and challenges not only by discussing college admissions rates, but by connecting them with longer-term postsecondary outcomes as well.
Riverside County Office of Education is working with the Clearinghouse to gain insights from StudentTracker for High Schools to help ensure students graduate and are prepared for college.
Discover how SheerID partnered with the Clearinghouse to help students nationwide obtain discounts and other benefits – without using sensitive information.
Marco A. Krcatovich II, Governors State University’s Director of the Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness discusses how their National Student Clearinghouse data made a difference on campus and in the state of Illinois.
Marco A. Krcatovich II, Governors State University’s Director of the Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness discusses how Clearinghouse data made a difference on campus and in the state of Illinois.
The San Diego County Office of Education is providing subscriptions for StudentTracker for High Schools for every high school district in San Diego County, California.
Rita Dunston, registrar at the University of Mary Washington, tells about the many ways working with the Clearinghouse has helped her institution.
Learn how school districts in Iowa combined StudentTracker for High Schools with other data sources to design a pilot program that improved outcomes for their graduates.
NCAN is just one example of how high schools and other educational programs nationwide can benefit from StudentTracker.
The Riverside County Office of Education’s partnership with the National Student Clearinghouse since 2012 has catapulted their efforts to engage their county school districts in a continuous improvement process to increase postsecondary enrollment and persistence.