Shared On-Track Targets

Goal 1: On-track during freshman year
1.1a Grade 9 students earning 5+ credits with <2 failing core course failures
1.1b Grade 9 students earning 5+ credits
1.1c Grade 9 on-track rate according to school-specific promotion requirements
1.2 Grade 9 chronic absenteeism rate
1.3 Grade 9 B's or better rate (3.0+ unweighted GPA)
Goal 2: On-track through high school
2.1a Grade 10 students earning 6+ credits
2.1b Grade 11 students earning 6+ credits
2.2 School-wide chronic absenteeism rate
2.3 Rate of youth disengagement (average daily attendance < 85% or 2+ suspensions or 2+ course failures)
2.4 Rate of severe youth disengagement (average daily attendance < 85%, 2+ suspensions, and 2+ course failures)
2.5 Grade 10 through 12 B’s or better rate (3.0+ unweighted GPA)
Goal 3: On-track to college and career readiness
3.1a Mean scaled score on evidence-based reading and writing SAT
3.1b Mean scaled score on math SAT
3.2a Grade 11 participation rate in college-ready coursework (AP, ECE, or CTE)
3.2b Grade 12 participation rate in college-ready coursework (AP, ECE, or CTE)
3.3a Grade 11 students achieving SAT or AP college readiness benchmark
3.3b Grade 12 students achieving SAT or AP college readiness benchmark
Goal 4: On-track to college and career access and success
4.1a 4-year graduation rate
4.1b 6-year graduation rate
4.2 College application rate
4.3 FAFSA completion rate
4.4. Post-secondary enrollment rate
Goal 5: On-track data systems and personalized supports
5.1. Number of on-track data meetings
5.2. Number of on-track student conferences
5.3. Number of projects created through the RISE Educator Innovation Fund