Education Commission of the States researched high school feedback reports in all states to provide this comprehensive resource. Click on the questions below for 50-state comparisons showing how all states approach specific policies. Or, choose to view a specific state’s approach by going to the individual state profiles page.
This database reviews high school feedback reports and systems in all 50 states. A state received a “yes” if the state has established a system or report that provides data regarding postsecondary enrollment and/or postsecondary performance of high school graduates, broken down at the high school and/or district level.
- Forty-two states currently have a system or report that provides data regarding postsecondary enrollment and/or postsecondary performance of high school graduates, broken down at the high school and/or district level.
- Twenty-four states provide one or more elements of this data broken down by race/ethnicity.
- Twenty-one states provide one or more elements of this data broken down by income indicators.
- Thirty-nine states’ high school feedback reports are publicly available.
- State education agencies produce high school feedback reports or systems in 21 states, state higher education agencies produce them in 13 states, and P20W collaborative agencies or statewide longitudinal data systems produce them in eight states.
- Does the state have a system to provide postsecondary feedback to high schools/districts?
- Types of postsecondary systems that are included?
- Recipient of report?
- Frequency of report?
- Areas of information included in the report?
- Is data broken down by race and ethnicity?
- Is data broken down by income indicators (Pell eligibility or free/reduced lunch)?
- Are the reports publicly available?
- Link to High School Feedback Report
- State Statutory or Policy Citation
- Table of all data points for all states
- All data points for all states
- Blueprint for College Readiness
- States Can and Must Include Postsecondary Enrollment Data on Report Cards – Data Quality Campaign
PUBLISHED: August 28, 2017
RESOURCE TYPE: 50-State Comparison