With the guidance of key performance indicators, our leadership and our community are able to analyze the impact of our work and make data-informed decisions that ensure impactful investments and the best use of resources. The LEAP Tampa Bay data work group is working to finalize baseline data for the following metrics, which will later be used to create a key performance indicators dashboard.
Key Indicator: Tampa Bay's Post-Secondary Attainment Rate
GOAL 2025: Increase the number of working age adults in Tampa Bay with a post-secondary degree or high-quality credential to 60 percent by 2025.
As of 2017, Tampa Bay's post-secondary attainment rate is 51.3%, which includes a statewide estimate of certificate completion that has been applied to the region.
Measurement: Number of adults age 25-64 in Hillsborough and Pinellas counties who have a degree or high-quality credential
Source: Florida College Access Network
Key Indicator: Students' Aspirations
Measurement: Increase in number of high schoolers with post-secondary plans
Source: Student survey results
Key Indicator: College Going Rate
Measurement: Percent of graduates attending college within one year post high school
Source: National Student Clearinghouse
Key Indicator: Financial Preparedness for postsecondary Opportunity
Measurement: Percent of 12th graders who complete FAFSA at traditional high schools in Pinellas and Hillsborough counties
Source: Florida Department of Education, Florida College Access Network
Key Indicator: Early Credit accumulation
Measurement: Percent of Hillsborough and Pinellas high school grads who complete 30 college credits in first two years of college
Source: Florida Department of Education, local state colleges
Key Indicator: Community College Graduation rates
Measurement: Number of students graduating within 150% of time to degree (FTIC to AA)
Source: Local state colleges
Key Indicator: Community College TRANSFER GRADUATION RATE
Measurement: Number of students graduating within two years of transfer enrollment at USF after earning an A.A. from a local state college
Source: University of South Florida