The New England Secondary School Consortium (NESSC) Common Data Project Annual Report provides transparent, comparable data about high school and college outcomes from the six New England states. The NESSC began tracking high school graduation and dropout rates in 2009. Since then, extended high school graduation rates have been added as well as college enrollment, persistence, and completion measures.
Disaggregating the data by student characteristics across all six indicators allows the NESSC to examine educational equity in New England secondary school outcomes by economic disadvantage (ED), English learner status (EL), disability status, gender, and now race/ethnicity.
You can download the full report HERE, or view the report collated by student sub-group:
For more information about the NESSC Common Data Project, including how it works, vist the NESSC Website.