Texas Education Code - EDUC § 28.02591. Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Reporting Requirements for Students Graduating Based on Individual Graduation Committee Review Process

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(a) The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, in coordination with the agency, shall collect longitudinal data relating to the post-graduation pursuits of each student who is awarded a diploma based on the determination of an individual graduation committee under Section 28.0258 , as that section existed before September 1, 2023, including whether the student:

(1) enters the workforce;

(2) enrolls in an associate degree or certificate program at a public or private institution of higher education;

(3) enrolls in a bachelor's degree program at a public or private institution of higher education;  or

(4) enlists in the armed forces of the United States or the Texas National Guard.

(b) Not later than December 1 of each even-numbered year, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board shall provide a report to the legislature that includes a summary compilation of the data collected under Subsection (a) that is presented in a manner that does not identify an individual student.

(c) The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and the agency shall adopt rules as necessary to implement this section.

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