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Organizations: Advanced Education Audience: Educators General Public Tags: Education

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January 25, 2019

Description

Post-Secondary Transition Rate (4 year) is the percentage of students in the grade 10 cohort who have entered a post-secondary-level program at an Alberta post-secondary institution or registered in an Alberta apprenticeship program within four years of entering grade 10, adjusted for attrition....


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Last Modified

January 25, 2019

Description

Percentage of students that achieve high school completion status within three to five years of starting Grade 10. High school completion status is defined as receiving an Alberta High School Diploma, High School equivalency Diploma (GED), Certificate of High School Achievement or continuing on...


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Last Modified

December 18, 2018

Description

This statistic describes the record count of completions by each institution and academic year within Alberta's Publicly Funded Post-Secondary Education System. Completions represent the status of the learner, at the program level, at the end of a given session. The data tables presented are...


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Last Modified

December 15, 2018

Description

This statistic describes Headcounts (unique learners) by institution and academic year within Alberta's Publicly Funded Post-Secondary Education System. Headcounts represent the number of students enrolled, and are unique to each level reported, therefore summing up multiple values to "combine"...


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Last Modified

December 15, 2018

Description

This statistic describes the Full Load Equivalent (FLE) by each institution and academic year within Alberta's Publicly Funded Post-Secondary Education System. FLE is a measure used so that we can make comparable calculations across different institutions, across different programs. The FLE is...