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High School to College Success Report FAQs Who is included in this report? ACT-tested students in 2006-2008 grad classes that began college in the fall.

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1 High School to College Success Report FAQs Who is included in this report? ACT-tested students in grad classes that began college in the fall of ACT-tested students in grad classes that began college in the fall of First-time, full-time freshmenFirst-time, full-time freshmen Illinois public four-year collegesIllinois public four-year colleges Illinois community collegesIllinois community colleges

2 High School to College Success Report FAQs Who is not included in this report? Students attending private high schoolsStudents attending private high schools Students attending postsecondary institutions outside IllinoisStudents attending postsecondary institutions outside Illinois Students attending private or proprietary postsecondary institutionsStudents attending private or proprietary postsecondary institutions

3 High School to College Success Report FAQs How is this report different than the High School Feedback Report? Information will be released to the 48 Community CollegesInformation will be released to the 48 Community Colleges Information will be released to the 11 Public 4-Year UniversitiesInformation will be released to the 11 Public 4-Year Universities Information will be released to the publicInformation will be released to the public ISBE, ICCB, IBHE receive aggregate reportsISBE, ICCB, IBHE receive aggregate reports

4 High School to College Success Report FAQs What is the purpose of this report? To facilitate discussions between secondary and postsecondary institutions.To facilitate discussions between secondary and postsecondary institutions. To encourage data-driven decision making.To encourage data-driven decision making. To support secondary and postsecondary institutions in developing an articulated and aligned curriculum.To support secondary and postsecondary institutions in developing an articulated and aligned curriculum. To provide another tool to help to ensure success for all students.To provide another tool to help to ensure success for all students. To help in the evolution toward an enhanced P20 longitudinal data system.To help in the evolution toward an enhanced P20 longitudinal data system.

5 High School to College Success Report FAQs What will it provide? Accurate and comprehensive data on the academic performance of these students during their first year in higher educationAccurate and comprehensive data on the academic performance of these students during their first year in higher education Information to review curriculum, standards, and expectations and to make revisions when appropriate to improve student successInformation to review curriculum, standards, and expectations and to make revisions when appropriate to improve student success Data to make policy decisions to support collaboration between secondary and postsecondary institutions, as well as alignment between secondary and postsecondary standards and expectationsData to make policy decisions to support collaboration between secondary and postsecondary institutions, as well as alignment between secondary and postsecondary standards and expectations

6 High School to College Success Report FAQs What will schools receive? Student performance (GPA) at 2 or 4-year public postsecondary institutions.Student performance (GPA) at 2 or 4-year public postsecondary institutions. How your students performed compared to state average.How your students performed compared to state average. College Readiness Benchmark Scores by subject area.College Readiness Benchmark Scores by subject area. Aggregate data on your enrolled students’ performance in college, with data broken down by school/college.Aggregate data on your enrolled students’ performance in college, with data broken down by school/college. Summary statistics of your students who did/did not take core coursework.Summary statistics of your students who did/did not take core coursework.

7 High School to College Success Report FAQs What will schools receive…cont. Student performance by high school course sequence patterns in math and science.Student performance by high school course sequence patterns in math and science. Average GPAs by ACT College Readiness Standards score ranges.Average GPAs by ACT College Readiness Standards score ranges. Student performance in credit bearing and developmental courses.Student performance in credit bearing and developmental courses. Summary statistics of those who persistence from year one to year two of postsecondary career.Summary statistics of those who persistence from year one to year two of postsecondary career.

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10 High School to College Success Report FAQs What is the dissemination plan? ACT will disseminate the report with a cover letter from ISBE, IBHE, and ICCB, to the participating secondary and postsecondary institutions.ACT will disseminate the report with a cover letter from ISBE, IBHE, and ICCB, to the participating secondary and postsecondary institutions. June 24 th SummitJune 24 th Summit Posted on three education agency websites.Posted on three education agency websites. Interactive Illinois Report Card (IIRC) will host Individual High School Reports.Interactive Illinois Report Card (IIRC) will host Individual High School Reports. The report will be widely available.The report will be widely available. Series of fall workshopsSeries of fall workshops

11 High School to College Success Report FAQs What guiding questions should Secondary be asking about the report? What information in this report is new to us?What information in this report is new to us? How will this report enhance ourHow will this report enhance our understanding of the colleges that our students attend? understanding of the colleges that our students attend? How can this report be used as a tool to assist in the college guidance we give to our students?How can this report be used as a tool to assist in the college guidance we give to our students? How can this report inform early intervention efforts designed to reduce our students’ need for remediation in college?How can this report inform early intervention efforts designed to reduce our students’ need for remediation in college? How can this report inform secondary to postsecondary conversations about articulation of curriculum?How can this report inform secondary to postsecondary conversations about articulation of curriculum?

12 High School to College Success Report FAQs What guiding questions should Post Secondary be asking about the report? What information in this report is new to us?What information in this report is new to us? How will this report enhance ourHow will this report enhance our understanding of the high schools that feed into our institutions? understanding of the high schools that feed into our institutions? How can this report be used as a tool to assist in the recruitment/admission/placement of incoming students?How can this report be used as a tool to assist in the recruitment/admission/placement of incoming students? How can this report inform early intervention efforts designed to reduce the need for remediation in college?How can this report inform early intervention efforts designed to reduce the need for remediation in college? How can this report inform secondary to postsecondary conversations about articulation of curriculum?How can this report inform secondary to postsecondary conversations about articulation of curriculum?

13 High School to College Success Report FAQs What common guiding questions should we be asking about the report? What concrete steps can we take to use this information to promote an ongoing dialogue with faculty, school boards, and other stake-holders?What concrete steps can we take to use this information to promote an ongoing dialogue with faculty, school boards, and other stake-holders? What information in this report can be used to inform others about the success of our schools?What information in this report can be used to inform others about the success of our schools? How can this report inform secondary to postsecondary conversations about articulation of curriculum?How can this report inform secondary to postsecondary conversations about articulation of curriculum? What information on this report can be used to enhance the collaboration between our high schools and colleges?What information on this report can be used to enhance the collaboration between our high schools and colleges? How should we prepare to present this information to the public?How should we prepare to present this information to the public?


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