Strategic Plan Dynamic Report: College-Going Graduates

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 state-level 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, data on graduates who go to college.


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 2016-17, more recent performance in subsequent school years, 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


Goal 1 Goal 2 Goal 3

College-Going Graduates: Percentage of high school completers enrolled in postsecondary institutions nationwide (vocational or trade schools, 2- or 4-year colleges) in the fall following graduation.

Rationale: Enrollment in postsecondary education to attain a certification, degree or other career training means a greater likelihood of employment, higher earnings, and health. The public school system is a central player in attaining the state's "55x'25" goal to have more working age adults having a 2- or 4-year college degree.