Archived publications, ranging from issue briefs, reports and presentations published between 2012-2018
Presents information on how using high school data to determine placement in college math courses at the UH Community Colleges has led to new policies and an increase in students taking and passing college-level math.
Presents information on how Connecting for Success (CFS) promoted the use of data and had significant impact for “at-risk” middle school students.
This issue brief provides insight into how Hawai’i’s public education system is contributing to the state’s workforce. The data explores the flow of public school graduates into the University of Hawai’i, how many are found working in Hawai’i’s economy, and in which industries they were employed.
This issue brief examines how the Hawai‘i State Department of Education is using its longitudinal data system to reduce chronic absenteeism, with examples from Waipahu Elementary School and the Education for Homeless Children and Youth program.