Career Pathways Data & Outcomes

Because pathways span secondary and post-secondary education systems, and include elements like work-based learning that are not traditionally included in school district and college information systems, it is challenging to evaluate the outcomes of students in pathways. 

Join the NEBPC Data Working Group 

Help the region develop resources to tackle pathways data challenges. Our goals for 2016 include:
  • Increase understanding of pathways student outcomes through analysis spanning transitions between secondary, post-secondary and the workforce

  • Document and support adoption of promising practices in pathways data collection and reporting

  • Promote sustainability of pathways data collection, by supporting integration with existing data systems

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Working Group Meeting Notes:

   2017: Jan

   2016: Jan  Feb   Apr  Sep Nov

   2015: Jan  Mar  May  Jun  Jul  

Data Summits:

      August 2015     November 2015

Data Analyst Resources

Support on CCPT Reporting:

  • www.ctedictionary.org, a resource developed by NEBCP stakeholders and Calculus Roundtable, to help K-12 and CC data leads with definitions for the CCPT momentum points; included step-by-step guide for uploading data to Launchboard
  • CCPT Momentum Points

Data Sharing and Collection Practices: 

  • Promising Practices & Recommendations for New Analysts - Coming Soon!

Student Outcomes Analysis & Data:

Student Information Systems:

  • Roughly 70% of K-12 Districts in the North & East Bay Use Aeries to manage student information. More details here.

  

Pathways Research & Outcomes

Taking Stock of the California Linked Learning District Initiative Sixth-Year Evaluation. SRI International. December 2015. 

  • "On average, students in certified pathways were 1.9 percentage points less likely to drop out of high school and 3.7 percentage points more likely to earn a high school diploma than similar students in traditional high school programs." Note: Specifically for Linked Learning pathways.