NSI 2014: StudentTracker and Alumni Tracker: Understanding Postsecondary Access, Preparation, and Outcomes

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The National Student Clearinghouse’s StudentTracker and Naviance’s Alumni Tracker come together to help you understand the postsecondary access, preparation, and outcomes of your graduates. Learn more …

The National Student Clearinghouse’s StudentTracker and Naviance’s Alumni Tracker come together to help you understand the postsecondary access, preparation, and outcomes of your graduates. Learn more about StudentTracker and NSC’s High School Benchmarks Report to enhance accountability and assessment efforts.

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  • 1. NAVIANCE SUMMER INSTITUTE 2014 PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA
  • 2. NAVIANCE SUMMER INSTITUTE 2014 | PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA Understanding Postsecondary Access, Preparation & Outcomes Roberta Hyland, Assistant Vice President of Research Operations, National Student Clearinghouse July 2014 StudentTracker & Alumni Tracker
  • 3. 4 About the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) Mission: We serve the education community by facilitating the exchange and understanding of student enrollment, performance and related information. NSC created in 1993 •  501(c)(6) non-profit organization •  Facilitate data exchange amongst postsecondary education, K-12 education, research and education finance •  More than 3,500 colleges and universities, enrolling over 98% of all students in public and private U.S. institutions, participate in the Clearinghouse
  • 4. 5 National Student Clearinghouse Research Center (NSCRC) Mission: NSCRC is an independent organization that conducts and supports objective research related to educational enrollment, progression and completion for the benefit of students, institutions, and the broader public. NSC Research Center created in 2010 •  501(c)(3) non-profit organization •  Provide research and information for the benefit of the education community
  • 5. 6 About Clearinghouse Data Our Relationship with Participating Institutions: •  Clearinghouse holds the data as agent of the institutions •  Clearinghouse provides valuable services, saving the institutions money •  Agreements with institutions govern allowable uses of data Postsecondary Data Elements Include: •  Enrollment status and dates •  Graduation indicator •  Identifiers for tracking students across institutions •  Most institutions also provide detailed degree data •  Some institutions also provide class level, major, gender and race
  • 6. 7 Postsecondary Data – the Four C’s Complete All enrolled students Current Data is received at least 4 times each enrollment period Comprehensive Not bound by state boundaries or institutional sponsorship Conclusive Authentic, not survey or anecdotal
  • 7. 8 National Completion Rate: 56% in 6 years 13% of the first-time students graduated at a different institution from where they started Of 2.4 million students starting in fall 2007, at all institution types. 43.0%   13.1%   15.3%   28.6%   0%   10%   20%   30%   40%   50%   60%   70%   80%   90%   100%   Not Enrolled Still Enrolled Completed at Different Institution Completed at Starting Institution
  • 8. 9 6-year Student Outcomes - Starting Institution Type 50.6%   59.0%   33.5%   26.5%   9.3%   11.2%   6.6%   10.0%   3.6%   2.6%   2.3%   3.4%   15.0%   9.7%   13.4%   18.9%   21.6%   17.5%   44.3%   41.2%   0%   10%   20%   30%   40%   50%   60%   70%   80%   90%   100%   Four-­‐Year                                                     Public                                                                 (N=1,002,788)   Four-­‐Year                                             Private  Non-­‐profit     (N=446,378)   Four-­‐Year                                                     Private  For-­‐Profit   (N=72,922)   Two-­‐Year                                                   Public                                                                 (N=857,607)   Not  Enrolled   Anywhere   S<ll  Enrolled   Anywhere   Completed  at   Different  2-­‐Year   Completed  at   Different  4-­‐Year   Completed  at   Star<ng  Ins<tu<on  
  • 9. 10 Completion Rates - Students Graduating Elsewhere 50.6%   59.0%   33.5%   26.5%   9.3%   11.2%   6.6%   10.0%   3.6%   2.6%   2.3%   3.4%   15.0%   9.7%   13.4%   18.9%   21.6%   17.5%   44.3%   41.2%   0%   10%   20%   30%   40%   50%   60%   70%   80%   90%   100%   Four-­‐Year                                                     Public                                                                 (N=1,002,788)   Four-­‐Year                                             Private  Non-­‐profit     (N=446,378)   Four-­‐Year                                                     Private  For-­‐Profit   (N=72,922)   Two-­‐Year                                                   Public                                                                 (N=857,607)   Not  Enrolled   Anywhere   S<ll  Enrolled   Anywhere   Completed  at   Different  2-­‐Year   Completed  at   Different  4-­‐Year   Completed  at   Star<ng  Ins<tu<on  
  • 10. 11 23% of All 1st Completions - not at the Starting Institution 76.6%   79.8%   81.0%   79.1%   66.4%   23.4%   20.2%   19.0%   20.9%   33.6%   0%   10%   20%   30%   40%   50%   60%   70%   80%   90%   100%   Overall   Four-­‐Year  Public   Four-­‐Year  Private   Nonprofit   Four-­‐Year  Private                             For-­‐Profit   Two-­‐Year  Public   Completed at Different Institution Completed at Starting Institution
  • 11. 12 Completion Rate by Enrollment Intensity 43.0%   66.7%   18.5%   27.3%   13.1%   11.0%   3.4%   15.9%   15.3%   3.4%   11.0%   25.2%   28.6%   18.9%   67.1%   31.7%   0%   10%   20%   30%   40%   50%   60%   70%   80%   90%   100%   Overall   Exclusively                       Full-­‐Time   Exclusively                     Part-­‐Time   Mixed                                 Enrollment   Not  Enrolled   S<ll  Enrolled   Completed  at  Different   Ins<tu<on   Completed  at  Star<ng   Ins<tu<on  
  • 12. 13 Other Clearinghouse Research
  • 13. 14 Other Clearinghouse Research 14  
  • 14. 15 High School Benchmarks Report
  • 15. 16 High School Benchmarks Report
  • 16. 17 HS Class of 2012 – 1st Fall College Enrollment Rates 53% 55% 50% 62% 70% 65% 0%   10%   20%   30%   40%   50%   60%   70%   80%   90%   100%   Low Income, Urban, High Minority Low Income, Urban, Low Minority Low Income, Rural Higher Income, Urban, High Minority Higher Income, Urban, Low Minority Higher Income, Rural
  • 17. 18 Enrollments  in  First  Fall  vs.  First  Year   23%   26%   24%   22%   21%   23%   30%   30%   26%   38%   48%   43%   28%   30%   29%   26%   24%   26%   32%   31%   28%   40%   50%   45%   0%   10%   20%   30%   40%   50%   60%   70%   80%   90%   100%   Low Income, Urban, High Minority Low Income, Urban, Low Minority Low Income, Rural Higher Income, Urban, High Minority Higher Income, Urban, Low Minority Higher Income, Rural First  Fall   First  Year   2-yr 4-yr Class of 2011
  • 18. 19 Persistence from First to Second Year   80%   81%   79%   86%   88%   86%   72%   73%   71%   77%   77%   75%   88%   89%   87%   91%   94%   93%   Low Income, Urban, High Minority Low Income, Urban, Low Minority Low Income, Rural Higher Income, Urban, High Minority Higher Income, Urban, Low Minority Higher Income, Rural Overall Two-Year Institutions Four-Year Institutions Class of 2010
  • 19. 20 How Will You Track Your Students’ Success?
  • 20. 21 StudentTracker for High Schools A cost effective way to replace survey and anecdotal information with documented enrollment and degree data
  • 21. 22 Why StudentTracker/Alumni Tracker? Word  of  Mouth   NaRonwide   Enrollment   Data     Timeliness  of   Data   Over  3,500   Postsecondary   InsRtuRons   Direct   ReporRng   Exit  and  Post-­‐ GraduaRon   Surveys   Conventional Methods StudentTracker & Alumni Tracker
  • 22. 23 Required Data Elements ! First Name ! Last Name ! Date of Birth ! Graduation Date ! Diploma Type^ ! Graduation School* ! ACT School Code* ! FERPA Block Indicator^ ^Data elements will be chosen from a given list *Data elements provided on account reference sheet during implementation
  • 23. 24 Additional High School Data Elements •  Gender^ •  Ethnicity^ •  Economically disadvantaged status^ •  Disability^ •  8th grade state assessment result – Math** •  8th grade state assessment results – ELA/reading** •  High school assessment result – Math** •  High school assessment result – ELA/reading** •  English learner or English as a Second Language indicator^ •  Number of Semesters of math completed •  Dual enrollment indicator^ •  Program Code – open field can be used for internal tracking ^ Data elements will be chosen from a given list **Choose from Does Not Meet/Meets/Exceeds Standards
  • 24. 25 Report Packet An Assortment of Aggregate Reports: •  1st Fall after High School Graduation •  1st Year after High School Graduation •  1st Two Years after High School Graduation •  Retention •  College Graduation (Six-Year Rate) •  Time to College Graduation •  Enrollment and Progress by Class
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  • 29. 30 Student Detail Report
  • 30. 31 StudentTracker/Alumni Tracker Enabling Your Institution to Understand Postsecondary Access, Preparation and Outcomes for Your Students Questions?
  • 31. NAVIANCE SUMMER INSTITUTE 2014 | PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA THANK YOU!