San Diego County Chooses StudentTracker for High Schools to Increase College Enrollment and to Complete a College Degree
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.
Check out the live webinars available from the Clearinghouse Academy in October 2018.
Meet the Clearinghouse Staff at 2018 NACAC National Conference, September 27-29, to Find the Right Data for Your Counseling and Admission Needs
Talk to our staff at the 2018 NACAC National Conference or anytime to learn how the Clearinghouse can help you obtain the right data for your counseling and admission needs.
Do You Submit StudentTracker for Colleges & Universities Request Files? If So, Don’t Miss This Helpful Guide
Read a step-by-step guide on how-to successfully submit StudentTracker for Colleges & Universities files to the Clearinghouse.
The Clearinghouse is committed to providing support for institutions hit by a hurricane.
Meet Clearinghouse Staff at 2018 NCAN National Conference Building Bridges to Success, September 24-26
Come meet our staff at the 2018 NCAN National Conference to address your needs, including the new reporting requirements for the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), high school to college transitions and more.
The StudentTracker for High Schools student detail report provides the specific term-by-term enrollment data of each of the students in your cohort. Here are some questions to ask your team of administrators, educators, and counselors before you dive in.
Why StudentTracker for High Schools users should submit their recent graduate records now.
Report Decoder 4: StudentTracker for High Schools’ Time to College Graduation report shows how many years it took for your high school’s college graduates to receive their first degrees (associate, bachelor’s, or higher), from two years or less up to six years. Learn how to interpret the graph’s data in this article.
Report 3 Decoder: StudentTracker for High Schools’ Completion of Postsecondary Education graph shows the percentage of your high school’s graduates who earned a college degree (two-year or four-year) within six years of their high school graduation. Learn how to interpret the graph’s data in this article.