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Michigan Population Definitions

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Secondary Student Populations:

Completer: A student who is an 11th grade student (13th grade student if the district has adults) who is enrolled and reported as enrolled in the program and has completed a designated instructional program according to the school district’s criteria. If the program requires two years of training for a student to meet the requirements of an entry-level job, the student may be counted as a completer only at the end of the second year.

Concentrator: A secondary student that has successfully completed 60% of a state-approved career and technical education programs must have a minimum of 7,200 minutes per year except for trade and industry programs that must have a minimum of 14,400 minutes per year. The threshold level would vary depending upon the sequence of courses and number of courses and number of minutes for each individual occupational program.

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Postsecondary Student Populations:

Completer: Any occupational student who has received a formal award; with that award officially being conferred as either a certificate or degree. The certificate or degree must have been formerly endorsed and recognized by the Board of Trustees at the community college.

Concentrator: Occupational students who were officially enrolled as of the official count date and had received at least 12 credits (excluding developmental) towards the completion of a certificate or degree.

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