Provide quality educational opportunities for student success, beginning with early childhood education, and continuing through transitions between grade levels, programs, schools, postsecondary institutions, and careers.
Measures of Progress:
Measure 2.B.1. A baseline and benchmarks will be developed to track all students with a disability having access to participate in career counseling, explorations, self-advocacy training, and work-based learning experiences, by 2018 [original 3.1].
Measure 2.B.2. Implement a systematic process for supporting the needs of mobile students, by 2026 [original 3.4].
Aspirational Measures of Success:
Measure SAS.3. The 4-year cohort graduation rates for all Nebraska students will be greater than 92% and not less than 85% for any one subgroup, by 2026 [original 3.2].
Measure SAS.4. The 7-year cohort graduation rates for all Nebraska students will be greater than 95% and not less than 90% for any one subgroup, by 2026 [original 3.3].