All school superintendents need to be aware of the release of the latest high school feedback report by the Kentucky P-20 Collaborative.

The report, published last month, is the first public statewide report on college-going for Kentucky’s public high schools. According to the P-20 Collaborative, “the report includes information about college-going by school with district and state comparisons and disaggregated rates for various types of students which have never been produced before.”

Additionally, the collaborative plans to produce “a set of follow-up reports” in spring 2012 to show how the same students fared in college. Longitudinal data and a statewide report will come later this year as well.

The P-20 Data Collaborative is a joint effort by the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE), the Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE), the Education Professional Standards Board (EPSB) and the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet. Its purpose is “. . .to create a system that securely links data together from early childhood, K-12, postsecondary, teacher licensure and preparation and other sources that allows the state to develop a broader understanding about the educational process as a seamless system.”

The full press release and the report can be found by clicking here.