(November 6, 2015) Did you know that MI School Data offers a report that provides student-level information in regards to high school graduates’ work during and after high school and during college?
The Student Pathways report shows student-level information on college enrollment, coursework, cumulative credit, program and award information, and grade point averages (GPAs) earned by Michigan high school graduates.
The data within this report is useful to both K-12 and higher education environments. K-12 users can see the postsecondary achievement of students previously enrolled in the school district. Postsecondary users can see the high school assessment and graduation data, and any achievement of the students who have attended their college or university.
Authorized users can receive data for an individual student or groups of students. Four data files are available to authorized users: Basic Student Data File and Basic Student Data File Including Sensitive Information
- Basic Student Data File and Basic Student Data File Including Sensitive Information
- Courses File
- Programs and Concentrations
- Awards, Degrees, and Certificates
Due to user and stakeholder suggestions, there has recently been a change in the data that is available in the Basic Student Data File. MI School Data now offers two versions of the Basic Student Data File: excluding and including sensitive information. You can see the details of what is included in each file in the Data File Layout Document.
All users who currently have or previously had access to Student Pathways will continue to have access to the sensitive information. District/ISD/College/University keyholders will continue to have the responsibility of granting or modify access for users if they so choose.
The functionality of the report selection is still much the same. When selecting the data files within the Student Pathways report, secure users with granted access will now see the ‘Basic student data file’ check box and a check box for ‘Include sensitive information’.