I feel student success is measured by many factors. There are students successful that wouldn't be reflected by a test but by employment record and success.
Normally, I would have checked the four year or higher choice, but for the average student that had now become almost a financial impossibility.
Graduation rates and standardized test scores (including those needed for college entrance) mean nothing if students aren't able to apply learning to life. They are nothing more than stops along a game board; where the game you play has nothing to do with what it takes to win.
Further, being gainfully employed means little if employers are still saying that workers are not qualified. Just because they have a job doesn't mean they were prepared for it.
Interesting how there are more answers than what many corporate think tanks would suggest. Thank you for this!