Used in conjunction with the Individualized Academic Plan, the Graduation/College Readiness Dashboard is a page that displays in visual form High School Graduation Status, UC Eligibility, and CSU Eligibility for all students at the current school.
This page includes a Graduation Status Summary tab and a Graduation Status Summary by Subject Area tab to view
Included at the top of the page are two buttons to calculate Graduation Status and College Entrances Requirements. The Calculate Graduation Status button will populate the High School Graduation (HSG) table with data on high school graduation requirements for each student. The Calculate College Entrance Requirements button will populate data for each student in the College Entrance Requirements (CER) table. This data is used to display up to date data on of this dashboard, but may also be queried with Aeries Query. These functions should be run before analyzing data on the dashboard.
Note: Users will need Read access to the High School Graduation (HSG) security area to have access to this page.
The dashboard itself includes charts showing the percentage of students "on track" for each grade level, for the currently filtered counselor. This chart is broken down by Graduation Requirements, UC Eligibility, and CSU Eligibility. "On Track" is defined as a student who would be eligible for graduation considering all completed eligible credits, current courses, and planned courses with the assumption that she/he will pass the current and future courses. Courses in the academic plan, currently scheduled classes, as well as transcript data, are all used to determine the On Track status of each student.
Clicking on a number in the Graduation Status Summary will display a list of students with that criteria, and a Keep Students button will be displayed to easily run a keep/skip query to filter those students.
This page also includes a second tab, which displays the charts broken down by graduation subject area. This allows the counselor to drill down to specific grade levels or subject areas to determine which students may not be meeting specific areas.