Proposed Indiana Graduation Pathways (Counselor Talk, November 7 2017):
The Graduation Pathways Panel has posted their final recommendations to be presented to the State Board of Education in early December. Note that the recommendation has changed to take effect with the class of 2023 (as opposed to 2022).
See also Graduation Pathways.
- Indiana’s high school graduation rate slipped in 2017, falling nearly two points from the previous year and dropping to its lowest point in the past six years. Last year’s graduation rate was 87.2 percent, down from 89.1 percent in 2016, according to data released in January 2018 by the Indiana Department of Education.
- The State Board of Education’s recently adopted new high school graduation requirements go beyond earning a diploma. Beginning with the class of 2023, students will need to meet diploma requirements, as well as learn and demonstrate employability skills and meet at least one post-secondary competency.
- From Counselor Talk, April 2018:
- The Board is planning on approving guidance for the Pathways at the July  meeting, which competes with the new timeline the legislature established for 2018 graduates. There is a draft of the guidance document that is circulating now and that the Board will do a work session for in May. While this document will change, many of the guidelines for PBL/SBL/WBL – the design principles for experiences, courses/experiences that count, and experiences that do not count – will most likely remain. Please email Alicia Kielmovitch [Indiana State Board staff] if you’d like to see this draft document.
There is still much to be determined regarding the Graduation Pathways. Much of this is dependent on the outcome of the legislative session, as well as the guidance being developed by the State Board of Education. FAQs were developed by the State Board of Education and are available here. Additionally, there was a memo regarding the Locally Created Pathways presented to the State Board at yesterday’s meeting. This memo is available here. If you wish to hear what was presented to the State Board yesterday, it will be available soon on video here: https://www.in.gov/sboe/2427.htm. It was the very last thing on the agenda so you can skip all the way to the end once it’s posted. The discussion yesterday was for the Locally Created Pathway criteria to be presented to the State Board for a vote at the April meeting. Stay tuned. Amanda Culhan, School Counseling Specialist, Indiana Department of Education via Counselortalk, March 8, 2018
- Indiana Career Explorer provides a great structure to develop graduation plans, plans for high school and college.
- Q: Does anyone have a form they have developed to track students’ requirements with the new graduation pathways? Also, has anyone figured out a way to track in PowerSchool? A: This represents my first effort but there is still a lot of work today. Enjoy. Poach whatever part you want. Graduation Audit Form
- There is much to still be determined, but keep in mind Graduation Pathways are different from our CTE Pathways (we’ve actually recommended re-titling to eliminate the confusion). Counselortalk, March 2018
- 3-Year Grad Who Has Not Passed ISTEP: See Response from Amanda Culhan, IDOE (Counselor Talk, April 2018)
- Graduation cohort and graduation rate: See IC 20-26-13: http://iga.in.gov/legislative/laws/2017/ic/titles/020/#20-26-13.
- IC 20-26-13-2″Cohort”Sec. 2. As used in this chapter, “cohort” refers to a class of students who:(1) attend the same high school; and(2) are first considered to have entered grade 9 in the same year.IC 20-26-13-4″Expected graduation year”Sec. 4. As used in this chapter, “expected graduation year” means the reporting year beginning three (3) years after the reporting year in which a student is first considered by a school corporation to have entered grade nine.IC 20-26-13-6″Graduation rate”Sec. 6. As used in this chapter, “graduation rate” means the percentage of students within a cohort who graduate during their expected graduation year.IC 20-26-13-10Formula to determine four year graduation rate
- For a senior high school student who is deceased prior to graduation/HEA 1384 is summarized below (this would not be considered a graduate for reporting purposes):
- School Corporation shall issue diploma for a deceased student at parent request, if the student:
- died while enrolled in grade 12 of the school corporation; and
- was academically eligible or on track to meet diploma requirements.
- High School assessment transition memo (IDOE State Board Memo, April 2018)
- Grad Pathways – Draft Pathway Recommendations.v4
- Grad Pathways – Draft Pathway Recommendations.v3
- Grad Pathways – Draft Pathway Recommendations.v1
- Indiana Department of Education Releases 2017 Graduation Rates
- IDOE Graduation Rates
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