The Hawai‘i Data eXchange Partnership (DXP) is a partnership of five state agencies committed to cross-agency data sharing in order to improve education and workforce outcomes in the state.

How can you use DXP data to make Hawai‘i a better place?

Hawai‘i DXP collectively governs Hawai‘i's Statewide Longitudinal Data System, which links cross-agency data throughout the education-to-workforce pipeline.

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Early Childhood
Prepare our youngest citizens for success.
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Ensure that every keiki is ready for college and workforce.
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Meet Hawai‘i’s economic needs.
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Support Hawai‘i’s labor force throughout their careers.
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College and Career Readiness Indicators (CCRI)

Readiness outcomes that show how well high school seniors meet the DOE’s vision of a Hawai‘i public school graduate.

NOTE: CCRI Reports are also available in an one-page summary format.

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Data in Action

How DXP Data is Supporting Student and Workforce Outcomes

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Did You Know?

UH graduates found in Hawai‘i’s workforce 2

The number of the University of Hawai‘i graduates with an Associate degree found in Hawai‘i’s workforce dips from 67% one year after graduating to 63% five years after graduation.

Postsecondary completion 6 years after high school 2

15% percent of the economically disadvantaged students from the Hawai‘i State Department of Education Class of 2012 that enrolled at the University of Hawai‘i completed college within six years of graduating high school.

UH graduates found in Hawai‘i’s workforce 1

The number of UH graduates with a Bachelor degree found in Hawai‘i’s workforce drops from 69% one year after graduating to 55% five years after graduation.