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  • Perhaps most impactful activitiy is the establishment of key goals and indicators, and regular reporting. Recently released 2012 Annual Progress Report.Results are mixed. While leading indicators look promising – degree completions, enrolled adult students, college readiness – cannot shy away from fact that between 2010 and 2011 we lost bachelor degreed individuals. Cannot be explained by movement within region, or aging out of cohorts, or margin of error in estimates. Need to better understand what is happening and why, informing a strategy for attraction and retention.  

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  • 1. Louisville is focused on Education …Working age population (25-64) with abachelor’s degree or higher and Measurable Results 2010 2020Working age population (25-64) with anassociate degree 2020 2010
  • 2. Education attainment