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  173.1006.  Performance measures to be utilized — board to evaluate every three years — report. — 1.  Each public four-year institution, each community college, and the state technical college shall utilize the five institutional performance measures it has submitted to, and that were approved by, the coordinating board for higher education as of August 28, 2014, for performance funding under sections 163.191, 173.1540, and 178.638.  Each institution shall adopt, in collaboration with the coordinating board for higher education, an additional institutional performance measure to measure student job placement in a field or position associated with the student's degree level and pursuit of a graduate degree.  The institutional performance measure relating to job placement may not be used in any year in which the state unemployment rate has increased from the previous calendar year's state unemployment rate.

  2.  The coordinating board shall evaluate and, if necessary, revise the institutional performance measures every three years beginning in calendar year 2019 or more frequently at the coordinating board's discretion.

  3.  The department of higher education and workforce development shall be responsible for evaluating the effectiveness of the performance funding measures, including their effect on statewide postsecondary, higher education, and workforce goals, and shall submit a report to the governor, the joint committee on education, the speaker of the house of representatives and president pro tempore of the senate by October 31, 2019, and every four years thereafter.


(L. 2007 S.B. 389, A.L. 2014 S.B. 492)

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