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Document Number: 9939

Data That Matters: Giving High Schools Useful Feedback on Grads' Outcomes - Today, there is a growing agreement that students should leave high school "college- and career-ready." But what does that mean? And how can high schools tell if they are meeting the goal? Only 13% of high school educators receive reports of their graduates' academic performance in college. Most frequently, principals receive college readiness information through occasional anecdotes from former students and their families. Worse, 8% of educators reported they receive no information at all. (Anne Hyslop, Education Sector, November 2011)...


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