The E3 Alliance Education Profile is the most comprehensive regional view of education trends and outcomes in Texas. It provides a wide range of actionable and relevant data for Texas and connects the dots between student achievement and economic prosperity for our communities.

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School To Work | Endorsements: Texas & Houston

School To Work | Endorsements data for
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School To Work | Endorsements

This data takes a closer look at endorsement area and connects endorsement pathways to postsecondary and workforce opportunities.

About this data:

E3 Alliance relies primarily on data from the University of Texas Education Research Center (ERC). This data allows for a year-by-year understanding of the school to workforce pipeline based on where and when a student graduates from high school. Secondary data pertains to high school graduates from within the state of Texas, and postsecondary enrollment data pertains to those who enroll in Texas postsecondary institutions.

Following are items to note:

The data represents the year the students graduated from high school. Measuring postsecondary enrollment requires one year to elapse from graduation to allow students time to enroll. There is also a delay in data availability due to state approval within the ERC and analysis time. Therefore, the graphs below present data for the graduating class of 2020.

Popularity of Endorsements by Endorsement Type

Below, we take a closer look at how the popularity of Endorsement Types compare between our target and comparison selections. You can choose what is being compared in the left-hand navigation bar on this page, but the default is comparing between the Central Texas region and Texas.









Hyper-Disaggregated Visualization

The visualization below compares the rate at which students are NOT completing any Endorsement by various student groups such as income status, ethnicity, and gender.

High School Graduates Receiving No Endorsement, Class of 2020

The conclusions of this research do not necessarily reflect the opinions or official position of the Texas Education Agency, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, or the State of Texas.