The To&Through Project data insights illustrate how Chicago is faring on its quest to propel more students to and through high school and college. The data reveal that Chicago has seen major progress on the milestones that matter most for college success without sacrificing achievement—as systemwide high school and college graduation rates have gone up, so have GPAs and ACT scores for all student subgroups and school types. Learn more about Chicago’s upward trajectory and the forces and factors that drive college success below.
 

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  1. The Quest to Propel More Students To and Through High School and College
  2. Freshman Success: A Lever to Increase High School Graduation, College Enrollment, and Persistence
  3. Improving the Odds of Making It To and Through College: High School Graduation and Graduating GPAs
  4. Students Who Immediately Enroll in College Are More Likely to Complete a Degree, yet Disparities Persist
  5. How the Milestones That Matter Most for College Success Predict Students' Future Attainment

 


The Quest to Propel More Students To and Through High School and College

 

College graduates are more likely to find employment than those their age without a college degree.

 

 

 


Freshman Success: A Lever to Increase High School Graduation, College Enrollment, and Persistence

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Improving the Odds of Making It To and Through College: High School Graduation and Graduating GPAs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Students Who Immediately Enroll in College Are More Likely to Complete a Degree, yet Disparities Persist

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


How the Milestones That Matter Most for College Success Predict Students' Future Attainment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Data Insights on the Freshman Year

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