The Education Research & Data Center (ERDC) compiles data on high school graduate outcomes. The following analysis specifically focuses on the latest ERDC data as of this writing on 2 year and 4 year college enrollments, college persistence, and remedial college course taking by high school graduates. Interactive charts were created summarizing and comparing all of Washington State’s public school districts and public high schools on these measures.
- Interactive charts for the ERDC data on high school graduate outcomes
- Tips on using the interactive capabilities
- Data sources
- ERDC definitions
Interactive charts for the ERDC data on high school graduate outcomes
- High School Granularity
- School District Granularity
Tips on using the interactive capabilities
- As you hover your mouse over a bubble, pertinent details are displayed.
- As you hover your mouse over any part of the chart, a special menu of icons appears just above the chart.
- There are icons to zoom in and out, or zoom into a rectangular area.
- There are icons to pan, auto scale and to reset the axes.
- The legend is active and offers the ability to filter by the legend group.
- To remove all bubbles from the chart except for those for one group, double click (2 rapid mouse clicks) on the group name in the legend.
- You can also toggle on additional groups one at a time by a single click on the group names in the legend of the additional groups of interest.
- If you want all groups on, double click any group in the legend that is off.
- Education Research and Data Center for high school graduate outcome data
- OSPI for school and school district demographics
- “First year enrollment is defined as having an enrollment record at a postsecondary institution at some point in academic year following graduation, which is defined as the summer term immediately following graduation through spring term of the next calendar year. If a student enrolled at a 2-year and a 4-year institution in the year, they are categorized as a 4-year enrollee.”
- “Persistence is defined as continued enrollment at any institution in the second year after high school graduation.”
- “Pre-college courses, also referred to as remedial or developmental courses, are courses used by institutions to prepare students for college-level Math and English courses.”