Why is the Postsecondary Opportunities indicator important?
Life beyond high school requires different skills and talents than in the past. By 2025, three of four Oklahoma jobs will require education or training beyond high school. Postsecondary opportunities enable students to participate in coursework and experiences that enhance their likelihood for success after high school. More information about this indicator can be found at sde.ok.gov/oklahoma-report-card-resources.
This indicator shows the percentage of students who earned credit in a postsecondary opportunity.
Points Earned: of
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Student Participation Rates
View below to see the percentage of 11th- and 12th-grade students who successfully completed at least one postsecondary opportunity.
Students - 2018
- API: Asian/Pacific Islander
- Econ Dis: Economically Disadvantaged
- EL: English Learner
- SWD: Students with Disabilities
- Two or More: Two or More Races