Strategic Plan Dynamic Report: 9th Grade On-Track

Data about the K-12 public school system in Hawai‘i aligned with the 2017-2020 Strategic Plan, Goal 1: Student Success. Information presented annually to the Board of Education to track progress to targets and to review what is and isn't working. It is a public resource so all stakeholders may easily view how the public school system is doing across a range of key performance indicators. Here, 9th grade on-track data.

Overview

Click the goals at right for performance metrics for each aligned with the 2017-2020 Strategic Plan. Below, select an indicator to access data sets, starting with state-level baseline data for 2016, current performance in 2017, and targets for 2020 as set forth in the Strategic Plan. You can then select Complex Areas and student subgroup categories to do a deeper dive on the data.

For business rules associated with these data sets, please refer to the Strive HI Technical Guide.

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Chronic Absenteeism

School Climate

Inclusion Rate

3rd Grade Literacy

9th Grade On-Track

Academic Achievement

Achievement Gap

High School Graduation

CTE Concentrators

College-Going Graduates

Goal 1

RETURN TO HOME

Goal 1Goal 2Goal 3

STUDENT SUCCESS INDICATOR

9th Grade On-Track. Percentage of first-time 9th graders promoted to 10th grade on-time.

Rationale: Transitioning successfully into high school is a critical milestone — students who are on-track in 9th grade are more likely to graduate. There are a number of "bright spot" schools with effective transition programs, including McKinley High, Leilehua High, and Radford High. The goal of the new Takai Transition Centers initiative is to scale successful models such as these so all students benefit.