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Chapter 161

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  161.610.  Procedure for reporting performance of high school graduates completing vocational education programs — procedure — data included — public reports. — 1.  By July 1, 1994, the state board of education, within existing resources provided to the department of elementary and secondary education, shall have established and implemented a procedure for annually reporting the performance of public high school students who have completed a vocational education program in their high school or at an area vocational school.  The purpose of such report shall be to assist in determining how schools are preparing students for success in the job market or for advanced postsecondary education.

  2.  The procedures shall be designed so that the reporting is made by the name of each high school that offers a vocational education program and by each area vocational school.  The procedures shall not be designed so that the reporting contains the name of any student.

  3.  The data reported shall include the percentage of vocational education students who obtained employment in a job related to the training they received, obtained a job unrelated to the training received, entered military service, continued their education at the postsecondary level; and other data as determined by rule and regulation of the state board of education.

  4.  The state board of education shall annually prepare a report that combines information assembled pursuant to section 173.750 and subsection 1 of this section.  The state board of education shall make this report available to the public and shall annually provide the report to public high schools of the state.


(L. 1993 S.B. 380 § 19 subsecs. 4 to 7)

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