Post-Program Outcomes for Career Tech Schools
This shows the percent of students who are employed, in apprenticeships, in the military, or enrolled in postsecondary education or advanced training within six months of graduating high school.
A second ungraded measure reports information on industry-recognized credentials. Students must earn 12 points for an industry-recognized credential or group of credentials before they leave high school or in the six-month period after leaving school to be counted in this measure.
What is being graded?
Percent of graduates who are employed, in apprenticeships, in the military, or enrolled in postsecondary education or advanced training within six months after graduation.
What is being reported?
Percent of graduates who earn one or more credentials or certificates before graduation or within six months after graduation. There is currently no grade attached to the credentials measure.
Why is this important?
- All graduates should move on to their next steps in higher education or jobs.
- Earning a credential or certificate ensures that the student has an employable skill.
Questions to ask
Why are students not taking their next steps after graduation on to higher education or jobs?
Last Modified: 9/13/2017 4:14:23 PM