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Bill Detail: HB22-1349

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Title Postsecondary Student Success Data System
Status Governor Signed (06/03/2022)
Bill Subjects
  • Higher Education
House Sponsors M. Duran (D)
P. Will (R)
Senate Sponsors K. Priola (D)
J. Bridges (D)
House Committee Education
Senate Committee Education
Date Introduced 03/29/2022

The bill requires the Colorado commission on higher education
(commission) to enact a policy directing the department of higher
education (department) to develop student success measures that measure
the progression of students through postsecondary education and the
impact of postsecondary pathways on a student's career opportunities and
success. The student success measures must include postsecondary

success measures and workforce success measures.
The bill requires the department to create and maintain a statewide
student success data system that includes institution-specific interfaces
and a public interface. The data system includes student success
information aligned with the student success measures. An institution
interface includes student success data that is more timely, more granular,
appears in a different format, or includes functionality that is different
from information provided on the public interface. The public interface
must allow a user to view and compare student workforce success
information for specific institutions of higher education in Colorado. The
commission determines the information included in the public interface
and how that information is disaggregated by various student populations,
such as populations identified by race, ethnicity, gender, and
socioeconomic factors. The bill requires the commission to use the data
included in the institution and statewide data system to examine
educational and workforce success disparities among various student
The department may enter into an agreement with a third party to
create and maintain the data system. The bill requires the department to
update and modernize its data collection systems to facilitate the
collection of student success data. The bill requires the general assembly
to appropriate $3 million to create the data system.

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