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 Committed to Student Excellence and College Readiness Through StudentTracker for High Schools Data
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.
Superintendents, Clearinghouse Staff Convene at National Conference on Education presented by AASA, the School Superintendents Association, Feb. 13-16
Learn how better data can help district and school leaders tell their story and value to parents and community leaders.
As the Clearinghouse’s 25th anniversary year comes to a close, our president and CEO, Rick Torres, takes a look at the Clearinghouse’s unique role in education and what’s ahead.
Keller Independent School District used StudentTracker for High Schools data to improve its college preparation efforts.
StudentTracker for High Schools’ longitudinal approach equips educators with the data they need to improve student performance – both during and after high school.
StudentTracker for High Schools request files have unlimited flexibility — you can choose a segment of your school’s graduates based on any criteria you choose.
High School Benchmarks 2018 provides high school-to-college transition rates for graduates of different types of high schools.
Learn how Cristo Rey Network used StudentTracker for High Schools data to improve its college preparation efforts.
StudentTracker for High Schools Q&A: What’s the difference between a “graduates file” and a “request file”?
Today’s question is: what’s the difference between a StudentTracker for High Schools “Graduates file” and a “Request file”? We explain the differences.