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The Roadmap Dashboard illustrates WSAC's Roadmap reports, complements the data and dashboards of our educational partners, and compiles education data and information across multiple sectors.

Providing Feedback

Our team greatly welcomes your feedback, suggestions, and error reports. Please email data@wsac.wa.gov.

Displaying label and exporting charts with labels

Most data labels are hidden by defaul to enhance readability, but viewers can display one or multiple labels using the following methods: 

  1. Select legend labels (colors or shapes) individually or multiple labels by holding the control-key

  2. Select data points individually or multiple points by holding the control-key or dragging cursor (hold button if using mouse) 

Any customizations to the default view, including labels, are preserved while using the buttons in the bottom right of visualization labelled "Download" to export an image or PDF, and “Share" to create sharable links with the current or original default view. The "Undo", Refresh" or "Revert" buttons in combination with the "Current View" are also useful for exploring the data.

Accessibility and assistive technologies

A central tenet of the Roadmap Dashboards is making them available, accessible, understandable, and useful to all users. While Tableau dashboards offer WCAG 2.0 AA compliance, WSAC is committed to evaluating and improving the Roadmap Dashboards for accessibility. We especially value feedback from those using assistive technologies such as screen readers, braille keyboards, or keyboard-only navigation. If you would like assistance or are interested in sharing your experience or how we could improve accessibility, please email data@wsac.wa.gov using this link.

Development Priorities and Features

As a digital product, the Roadmap Dashboard can evolve, expand, and update iteratively; but digital products are also at risk for errors, bugs, and incompatibilities on some devices. WSAC is actively working to improve the Roadmap Dashboards in future releases. Our current priorities include:

  1. Refreshing data as it becomes available and verified

  2. Creation and release of new dashboards as prioritized by the WSAC Roadmap working groups

  3. Consolidation of multiple topical dashboards on page into single embeded workbook   

  4. Design of mobile-friendly dashboards

Release Notes

  • Fall 2018: incremental update of data

  • January 2018: prioritize data accuracy, usability on desktop browsers, and identifying errors or issues. 

Bugs and Issues

Internet Explorer: IE10 and earlier are no longer supported by Tableau

IE11 and Edge in some organizations have Compatibility or Enterprise Mode by default for their users. Since these emulate earlier versions of Internet Explorer, they will cause the same loading issues.
If this is the case, you may follow the following steps: 

  • For IE 10 users: Open up Internet Explorer (IE 10); Click on the Tools menu tab; Select the Compatibility View settings option. Then Uncheck the "Display all websites in Compatibility View" option; Uncheck the "Display intranet sites in Compatibility View" option; Do NOT add wsac.wa.gov or wa.gov to the Compatibility View box

  • For IE 11 users: Open up Internet Explorer (IE 11); Press the Alt key on your keyboard, this will make a menu bar appear; Click on the Tools menu tab; Select the Compatibility View settings option. Then Uncheck the "Display intranet sites in Compatibility View" option; Do NOT add wsac.wa.gov or wa.gov to the Compatibility View box

If using other browsers and find errors, please leave feedback ASAP.

Firefox: Tableau visualizations may give an "Uncaught Exception:" error. This is a known bug in Tableau and feedback is not necessary. 

Mobile device layouts are in development and will likely be available shortly after launch. Until then, viewing on a desktop or tablet is advised. 

Future Dashboard Preview

 

Dashboards in Active Development for Fall 2018 / Winter 2019 Release  

Attainment by Income and Race/Ethnicity 

11th grade Smarter Balanced Assessment Scores 

High School Alternative Credentials Table Test

College Bound Scholar Enrollment after High School Graduation

Successful state and local programs and initiatives contribute to increased graduation rates. Students in the College Bound Scholarship program graduate from high school at a rate similar to their peers from higher-income families.[i]

[i] OSPI staff analysis of WSAC College Bound Scholarship applicant data. 

FTE/HC Ratio

Percentage of Students Receiving Aid by MFI, Dependent


Additional Measures for Release Later in 2018 (See Data) 

Dual Credit - TBD

Dual credit programs are also correlated with increased high school completion; however, the cost of dual credit programs remains a barrier for many families.[1],[i] Running Start, College in the High School, Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, and Cambridge International all show participation gaps between students eligible for free and reduced priced lunch and their peers from higher-income families. Also, these programs exhibit disproportionate enrollment by race and ethnicity. Dual credit programs help students to enter postsecondary programs prepared for college-level courses and decrease time to completion of both associate and bachelor’s degrees.

Addressing these disparities will increase high school completion and college and career readiness. 

More Dual Credit Resources 

Visit WSAC's Dual Credit page and OSPI's Performance Indicator Dashboards for more Dual Credit information 

[i] Shapiro, D., Dundar, A., Wakhungu, P.K., Yuan, X., Nathan, A, & Hwang, Y. (2016, September). Time to Degree: A National View of the Time Enrolled and Elapsed for Associate and Bachelor’s Degree Earners (Signature Report No. 11). Herndon, VA: National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.

[ii] 2015-16 Data from OSPI Report Card High School Dual Credit Participation Summary. Retrieved November 29, 2017. http://reportcard.ospi.k12.wa.us

  • First Time to Transfer Student Ratio
  • Profile of Students with Need-based Aid
  • Appropriations and Net Revenue per FTE
  • Appropriations per Capita and $1k Income
  • Students Earning Awards 

 

Other Measures Proposed by Metrics Workgroup for Future Consideration

Page

Category

Measure

Source

Context

Population

Demographic Estimates

OFM

High School

9th Grade GPA

9th Grade GPA

OSPI

High School

SBAC Scores

SBAC scores of students who enrolled in college

OSPI

High School

Programs and Initiatives 

 College Bound, Open Doors funding model and GATE (Graduation a Team Effort) initiatives; GEAR UP

 

Enrollment

Enrollment

12-month Headcount by sector

IPEDS

Enrollment

Admissions

FAFSA Completion

WSAC

Enrollment

Enrollment

Postesecondary Enrollment by High School

ERDC HS Feedback

Enrollment

Transfer

Transfer with/without a Transfer Degree

SBCTC

Enrollment

Transfer

% Transfer students

PCHEES

Progress

Enrollment Intensity

FT/Total of Undergrads

IPEDS

Progress

Retention/Persistence

1st to 2nd year Retention

IPEDS

Progress

Retention/Persistence

Fall to Spring Persistence

 

Progress

Credits to Credential

Credit Accumulation

ERDC

Completions

Awards and Completions

Apprenticeships

L&I

Completions

Completion Ratio

Completions / HC

IPEDS + SBCTC (for AB)

Affordability

Debt and Work

Student Work Hours

Unit Record (work study), UI?

Affordability

Debt and Work

Family savings

FAFSA

Affordability

Aid/Financial Support

IPEDS Net Price

IPEDS