(1) Beginning January 1, 2015, and at a minimum every year thereafter, the student achievement council and all institutions of higher education eligible to participate in the college bound scholarship program shall ensure data needed to analyze and evaluate the effectiveness of the college bound scholarship program is promptly transmitted to the education data center created in RCW 43.41.400
so that it is available and easily accessible. The data to be reported should include but not be limited to:
(a) The number of enrolled students for the college bound scholarship program in seventh, eighth, or ninth grade;
(b) The number of college bound scholarship students who graduate from high school;
(c) The number of college bound scholarship students who enroll in postsecondary education;
(d) Persistence and completion rates of college bound scholarship recipients disaggregated by institutions of higher education;
(e) College bound scholarship recipient grade point averages;
(f) The number of college bound scholarship recipients who did not remain eligible and reasons for ineligibility;
(g) College bound scholarship program costs; and
(h) Impacts to the Washington college grant program.
(2) Beginning May 12, 2015, and at a minimum every December 1st thereafter, the student achievement council shall submit student unit record data for the college bound scholarship program applicants and recipients to the education data center.