A panel of experts will discuss how the Postsecondary Data Partnership is helping institutions nationwide answer the call for better data at the EDUCAUSE annual conference.
Easier access to better data helps higher education professionals, develop actionable insights and make informed decisions to support student success.
Of the 3.5 million students enrolling in college for the first time in fall 2017, 74 percent or 2.6 million students persisted as of fall 2018, by continuing enrollment or attaining a credential at any higher education institution. This persistence rate has barely changed in recent years.
For spring 2019, here are the top undergraduate majors gaining enrollment at four-year and two-year institutions.
In spring 2019, overall postsecondary enrollments decreased 1.7 percent or nearly 300,000 students from the previous spring.
The High School Benchmark report allows school leaders to compare their own data with the outcomes of students from schools with a similar makeup.
Long-term tracking is a way StudentTracker for High Schools helps you understand the story of your graduates’ postsecondary outcomes.
The Partnership consists of a group of colleges and universities, state systems, and supporting organizations working to significantly increase student access and success, and eliminate racial, ethnic and socioeconomic disparities in college attainment.
With StudentTracker for High Schools, you obtain accurate data to assess “summer melt” — steps needed to reduce it.
With the real, verified story of students’ postsecondary outcomes in hand, high school administrators are empowered to make changes that will move the needle.