We are pleased to announce that the College and Career Readiness Indicators (CCRI) reports for the Class of 2022 are now available. The reports provide a view of how our students have fared in high school and what happens once they enter college. The CCRI report is an annual collaboration between the Hawai‘i State Department of Education and the University of Hawai‘i System, and is produced by Hawai‘i P-20 Partnerships for Education (Hawai‘i P-20).
The college-going rate for the Class of 2022 remained steady at 51% from the previous year, with 31% enrolling at an UH campus.
Class of 2022 Highlights:
- On-time graduation rate has dropped from 86% to 85%;
- Dual credit participation decreased from 23% to 22%, with those earning 6 or more credits decreasing from 15% to 14%; and
- Career Technical Education (CTE) concentrators rose from 62% to 64%.
The summary statewide Class of 2022 CCRI report, as well as the high school, county, and complex area reports can be found here: https://www.hawaiidxp.org/data-products/ccri-summary-reports/
(*Please note that we have switched reporting formats, so the report will look a little different this year.)
Demographic breakdowns and additional data can be viewed via the CCRI dashboard.
We encourage you to join our webinar tomorrow Wednesday, March 22nd at 9:00 am where we will more fully explore the CCRI results and demonstrate how to use the CCRI online dashboards.
Class of 2022: CCRI Report Webinar Registration link