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Graduation Pathways Display

HB 1599 (2019) established different graduation pathways options as part of statewide high school graduation requirements. Graduation pathways focus on providing evidence that a student is ready for their next step after high school. The graduation pathway(s) a student completes must be aligned with their postsecondary goal as described in their High School and Beyond Plan. 

  • Which pathways are available to students at each school district
  • Number of students using each graduation pathway for graduation purposes
  • Disaggregate the student population in each pathway by race, ethnicity, gender, and receipt of free or reduced-price lunch

The Class of 2020 was the first graduating class required to meet one or more graduation pathways. More information is available on our Class of 2020 Graduation Pathway Snapshot.

 

If you have any questions about these data or the visualization, please contact the Assessment Analyst Team.