The Kentucky Center for Education Workforce Statistics (KCEWS) has released, for district review, the 2013 High School Feedback Report on College Going and Success. These reports are produced for all public high schools that graduated at least 10 students in the 2011-12 school year. KCEWS is providing access to an advanced copy for you to review, but the information remains under embargo until its public release on Nov. 12, 2013.
These reports provide the most complete and accurate information about college going and success that are available. Some of the information may differ slightly from previous versions as more complete information has become available. Information in these reports is from the Kentucky Longitudinal Data System, which includes data from the Kentucky Department of Education, the Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE) and the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA).
All college-readiness information in the report refers to student’s statewide junior year ACT assessment and does not include additional college- and career- readiness measures. All high school GPA information, by subject area, includes only those mathematics, English and science courses taken during the senior year of high school for students graduating and enrolling in Kentucky public colleges and universities. Financial aid information includes data from KHEAA and CPE for students enrolled at Kentucky’s public colleges and universities.
Superintendents and/or District Assessment Coordinators (DACs) are encouraged to follow the instructions to download their individual district report for review prior to public release on Nov. 12. Access district reports at https://applications.education.ky.gov/loginand click on “High School Feedback Reports” (secure). Only Superintendents and DACs will see this option.
For any questions about your district’s report, contact Barrett Ross. Previous reports may be accessed at www.kcews.ky.gov.
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