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Snapshot 20: National Success and Progress Rates Provides First National Benchmark Figures for Institutions Participating in Student Achievement Measure

Snapshot 20: National Success and Progress Rates Provides First National Benchmark Figures for Institutions Participating in Student Achievement Measure

Today, the National Student Clearinghouse released Snapshot 20: National Success and Progress Rates. The report, based on the model used in the Student Achievement Measure (SAM), goes beyond typical measures of postsecondary attainment by tracking the fall 2009 entering cohort over time, and showing persistence, stop-out, and completion rates at the end of each subsequent academic year.https://studentclearinghouse.org/nscblog/wp-admin/post.php?post=3297&action=edit#

Alarming Gap in Access, Attainment Rates Exists Between Students from High- and Low-Poverty Schools

Alarming Gap in Access, Attainment Rates Exists Between Students from High- and Low-Poverty Schools

The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center recently released the third annual High School Benchmarks Report for high schools to compare their graduates’ college transition rates nationwide, including those serving low income and minority students. This year’s report included a supplemental feature that presents postsecondary outcomes for graduates of high-poverty schools

Policy Leaders Discuss 2015 High School Benchmarks Report and Pathways to Higher Education and Training

Policy Leaders Discuss 2015 High School Benchmarks Report and Pathways to Higher Education and Training

As more of us are discovering, the economy and society are demanding higher levels of education and training. The pathways to attaining them are growing not only longer, but more complex. The latest High School Benchmarks report analyzes the college enrollment and completion rates of high school graduates to provide better tools for high schools, districts and policy leaders.

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