Beginning in 2018, the board shall annually by January 15, report to the chairs and ranking minority members of the legislature with primary jurisdiction over higher education finance on its activities and achievements related to the goal of improving timely completion of degrees and certificates. The report must, at a minimum, include for the previous academic year:
(1) the percent of students placed in remedial education;
(2) the percent of students who complete remediation within one academic year;
(3) the percent of students who complete college-level gateway courses in one academic year;
(4) the percent of students who complete 30 semester credits per academic year;
(5) the student retention rate;
(6) time to complete a degree or certificate; and
(7) credits earned by those completing a degree or certificate or other program.
The report must disaggregate data for each college and university by race, ethnicity, Pell Grant eligibility, and age and provide aggregate data.