(July 30, 2015) As Michigan seeks to increase the number of college and career ready high school graduates, MI School Data has introduced an exciting new tool that illustrates college progression for high school graduates. The College Progression by Graduating Class report shows how Michigan high school graduates are progressing in postsecondary education.
High school counselors and advisors can use the College Progression by Graduating Class report to reflect on student success after high school graduation.
The College Progression by Graduating Class report shows data for the entire state, or by intermediate school district, school district, public school academy, or individual high school. Each report contains a stacked bar graph and table to view the data by student count or percent.
The graph displays a stacked status bar for each year after the high school graduation year and reflects the percentage of students in each enrollment/credential status. Hovering over any of the categories on the bars will give you the year, status, count, and percent of the graduating class.
The report table reflects the number and percentage of students in each enrollment/credential status. The second highlighted row gives an easy view of the number and percent of the graduating class who have earned a degree or certificate.