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?

Postsecondary completion 6 years after high school 1

34% of the Hawai‘i State Department of Education Class of 2016 that enrolled in college earned a degree or certificate within six years of their high school graduation.

STEM Education to Workforce Report 1

Public school graduates who earned a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) honors certificate or completed a STEM-related Career Technical Education (CTE) pathway had higher college enrollment rates compared to the statewide average. 

First Eight Years Report 3

A higher percentage of students who attended Executive Office on Early Learning Pre-Kindergarten remained enrolled in the same school from kindergarten to third grade.