The college-going rate for the public school Class of 2022 remained steady at 51% from the previous year, with 31% enrolling at an UH campus.
Career Technical Education (CTE) concentrators rose from 62% to 64% for the Class of 2022.
The on-time graduation rate for the public school Class of 2022 dropped to 85% from 86% in 2021.
Forty-nine public and charter high schools participate in dual credit.
Growth in dual credit participation has been strongest for under-represented student groups such as Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islanders, and Filipinos.
Historically, about 80% of students who participate in dual credit enroll in college compared to 50% of non-dual credit participants
About 3.6% of Hawai‘i’s birth to two-year old population received early intervention services in 2019.
Of the children who exited early intervention services in FY2019-20, 29% qualified for HIDOE special education Pre-K.
Median wages generally increase as the level of degree increases.
Median wages of certificate earners and Associate degree earners may vary widely by major.
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.
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.
Of the public school graduates that go to college, most will enroll within the first two years after high school.
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.
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.
Students who exit English Learner (EL) services (become proficient in English) before high school have better graduation and college enrollment outcomes than non-EL students.
Hawai‘i’s English Learners represent about 70 different languages.
About 17% of Hawai‘i public school students are, or have been, English Learners.
A higher percentage of students who attended Executive Office on Early Education Pre-Kindergarten were female, Native Hawaiian or Filipino, and/or economically disadvantaged.
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.
A higher percentage of students who attended Executive Office on Early Learning (EOEL) Pre-Kindergarten (PreK) met or exceed standards on third standards-based assessments compared to student who attended the same school but did not participate in EOEL PreK.
For the Class of 2018, 61% of public school graduates who completed a Career Technical Education (CTE) pathway enrolled in college compared to the 55% statewide average for all graduates.
University of Hawai‘i graduates with Education degrees were more likely to be found in Hawai‘i’s workforce five years after graduation compared to all non-education majors.
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.
Students with technology degrees were more likely to be found in Hawai‘i’s workforce five years after graduation from the University of Hawai‘i compared to other STEM graduates.