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What data do you have to share on how your allotment for grad coach has impacted your school’s grad rate?
At the beginning of the 2014/15 academic school year, Etowah started with 199 students in retained homerooms, that is 91.55% of the student body on track for graduation. As of January 20, 2015, the number of students in retained homerooms has decreased to 101, increasing the number of students on track for graduation to 95.66.
192 half credits recovered via Apex; 15 failed a course
Cohort 2010 (5th Year students) – 19 half credits
Cohort 2011 (should be May 2015 graduates) – 92 half credits
Cohort 2012 (should be juniors) – 53 half credits
Cohort 2013 (should be sophomores) – 22 half credits
Number of APEX classes recovered compared to last year?
Fall 2014 – 209 attempted = 173 earned, 36 failed
Fall 2015 – 207 attempted =192 earned, 15 failed
Number of additional classes taken?
Number of students not on track for graduation for 2015 compared to 2014?
Fall 2014, 26 students were 5th or 6th year seniors and 64 off track/retained (seniors)
Fall 2015, 13 students were 5th or 6th year seniors and 55 off track/retained (seniors)
Number of students in lower grades on track for graduation?
Fall 2014 – 76 retained juniors /63 retained sophomores
Percentage/number of students who have left school marked as drop out compared to last year?
Currently pulling this data from last year to compare with this year