Research & Data

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Four Year Dashboard

 

The six public universities and colleges worked with The Education and Research Data Center (ERDC), OFM, and DES, to create this centralized dashboard that displays a number of accountability measures, such as, graduation rates and the time it takes to complete a bachelor’s degree for each institution and statewide.

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UW: 32% of University of Washington students pursued at least one major in the STEM disciplines in fall 2011. WSU-Washington State University maintains extension offices in each of Washington’s 39 counties providing research-based educational programs and services to businesses, communities, and individual citizens. TESC: The Evergreen State College generated $161.3 million in total economic activity in Thurston County in fiscal year 2012, including $83.1 million in income and 1,590 jobs. CWU: Central Washington University is home to the largest College of Education in Washington and one of the largest in the United States - One in every five Washington teachers is a CWU grad. EWU: Eastern Washington University is the only university in the nation with a research facility in a national wildlife. Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge is just minutes from campus. For fourteen years in a row, WWU: Western Washington University rated as the best public, masters-granting institution in the Pacific Northwest, according to “U.S. News and World Report.”