Historical Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate


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The Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE) has developed an implementation plan to calculate the state’s Federal Four-Year Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate using student-level data transmitted to the state and certified by districts.  The student-level data is received at the state from myriad local student information systems via the Oklahoma’s statewide SIF infrastructure and captured by the real-time Wave state student information system.

The five-year implementation plan will cover the graduation cohorts of 2012 (entering 9th graders in 2008-09) through 2016 (entering 9th graders in 2012-13).  Overtime, transitional applications and procedures will gradually be integrated into, or replaced by a permanent system that will include the Federal Four-Year Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate report. 

For a brief overview of the Historical Cohort Graduation Rate Wave application, refer to the Historical Cohort Graduation Rate Guide.

For a step-by-step manual on how to navigate the Historical Cohort Graduation Rate Wave application, refer to the Historical Cohort Graduation Rate Report.

This pdf contains answers to many Frequently Asked Questions about the Historical Cohort Graduation Rate Wave application.

 

Last updated on February 28, 2014