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Indiana Management Performance Hub (formerly Indiana Network of Knowledge)

Collaboration Facilitator

Jim Lindsay
jlindsay@air.org

Collaboration Objective

REL Midwest partners with the Indiana Management Performance Hub to leverage Indiana’s statewide longitudinal data system, known as the Education and Workforce Development data system or EWD. The EWD is a collaborative initiative between the Indiana Department of Education, Commission for Higher Education, Department of Workforce Development, and Family and Social Services Administration. Education and workforce data elements are linked across the partner agencies at the record level, joining key education and workforce descriptors for exploration.

The goal of this collaboration is to explore key research questions to address specific policy initiatives. This enhanced understanding enables decisionmakers to make better informed choices to positively affect students, teachers, workers, and employers.

Members

  • Tyler Brown, Director of Engagement and Analytics, Indiana Management Performance Hub
  • Carol Torres, Technical Analyst, Indiana Management Performance Hub

Works in Progress

Students Who Take Career and Technical Education Courses in Indiana And Minnesota: Who Are They and What Becomes of Them?

Many states face the challenge of helping students gain the skills necessary to succeed in college and the workplace. One way states are addressing this challenge is by developing career pathways and career and technical education opportunities aligned with those pathways. Stakeholders in Indiana and Minnesota want to know whether certain types of students or schools have higher enrollment and completion rates for career and technical education. They also want to know if participation in career and technical education courses affects high school graduates’ college and workforce outcomes. REL Midwest is assisting these stakeholder groups by examining high school graduates’ course-taking patterns, their enrollment in and completion of college, and their employment and earnings history.

Publications

Do College and Career Readiness and Early College Success in Indiana Vary Depending on Whether Students Attend Public, Charter, or Private Voucher High Schools?

Indiana has a robust portfolio of high school options, including traditional public schools, charter schools, and private voucher schools. This report examines the characteristics of students who attend different types of Indiana high schools and their performance on indicators of college and career readiness and early college success.

Understanding the Teacher Pipeline for Indiana’s K–12 Public Schools

Leaders at the Indiana Commission for Higher Education and the Indiana Department of Education are concerned about teacher shortages and want a better understanding of the teacher pipeline for the state’s K–12 public schools. This study examined the characteristics of and outcomes for students who enrolled in an Indiana public college or university and pursued a bachelor’s degree in education at any point in college. The study also explored factors related to completion of a bachelor’s degree. A related infographic highlights the study’s key findings.

Predicting Early College Success for Indiana’s High School Class of 2014

This study examined the relationship between receiving Pell Grants and 21st Century Scholarships and early college success among the 2014 cohort of Indiana public high school graduates entering public Indiana colleges in the fall after graduation. A related infographic [289 KB PDF icon ] highlights the study’s key findings.