Data is critical to Hawai‘i P-20’s mission of supporting the state’s education goal of having 55 percent of Hawai‘i’s working age adults with a two- or four-year college degree by 2025. Under Hawai‘i P-20’s leadership, an education to workforce statewide longitudinal data system (SLDS) was created as a resource that provides the critical information needed to strengthen the education pipeline and evaluate the effectiveness of policies, programs, and strategies to reduce achievement gaps throughout the pre-kindergarten to postsecondary.
Hawa’i P-20 manages the Data eXchange Partnership (DXP), a partnership of five state agencies that have agreed that sharing data is necessary in order to close achievement gaps for the state’s most vulnerable student populations.
The five state agencies include — University of Hawai‘i, Hawai‘i State Department of Education, Department of Labor and Industrial Relations, Hawai‘i State Department of Health and Department of Human Services. These agencies collectively represent the education-to-workforce pipeline and their data, linked together, create the statewide longitudinal data system.
The DXP has given Hawai‘i P-20 the responsibility for: 1) maintaining and administering data governance; 2) managing the development of the SLDS; 3) fulfilling requests for data from core partners and researchers; 4) ensuring the security and privacy of confidential data; and 5) disseminating information on student achievement through reports, issue briefs, presentations, and interactive web dashboards. The SLDS is codified in state statute (see Hawai‘i Revised Statutes § 27-7) with development beginning in 2009.
Hawai‘i P-20 data team is responsible to analyzing and disseminating information through various reports, issue briefs, presentations and interactive web dashboards that inform stakeholders with valuable information that helps prepare students for college and career success as well as engage Hawai‘i’s education and workforce communities to implement strategies that impact and close student achievement gaps.
The College and Career Readiness Indicators Report (CCRI) have been developed through Hawai‘i P-20 in partnership with the Hawai‘i State Department of Education (HIDOE) and the University of Hawai‘i System. The reports present information on how well Hawai‘i’s graduates are prepared to meet the HIDOE’s Vision of a High School Graduate. To see individual school reports for the various graduating classes, click on the links below.
- Class of 2019 CCRI Reports by School
- Class of 2018 CCRI Reports by School
- Class of 2017 CCRI Reports by School
- Class of 2016 CCRI Reports by School
- Class of 2015 CCRI Reports by School
- Class of 2014 CCRI Reports by School
- Class of 2013 CCRI Reports by School
- Class of 2012 CCRI Reports by School
- Class of 2011 CCRI Reports by School
- Class of 2010 CCRI Reports by School
- Class of 2009 CCRI Reports by School
Interactive dashboards created by the data team allow users to visualize and filter data, and to review trends in college preparedness and other measures. Currently, dashboards are available with information on middle- to high school transitions and college to workforce, as well as high school outcomes, assessments, and college enrollment and persistence.
These reports are developed by Hawai‘i P-20’s data team to share best practices using data collected and analyzed on various college and career readiness initiatives.
- Building Hawai‘i’s Education-to-Workforce Pipeline – April 2018
- Using Data for Middle School Miracles – October 2017
- Using High School Data to Boost Achievement in College Math – July 2017
- Workforce Issue Brief – February 2017
- Serving Hawai‘i’s English Learners – October 2018 (A report on education outcomes for Hawai‘i public
school students who are identified as English Learners)
- Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems Grant Program – Hawai‘i Report – October 2018
Annual Data Summits
Data summits are an annual convening that bring the education community together to share presentations about the use of data to improve educational outcomes. Participation from the early education, K-12, postsecondary and workforce sectors allow for the exchange of ideas and insights to boost student achievement.