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Title: CTE PERMORMANCE MEASURES


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CTEPERMORMANCE MEASURES
  • AZ AIR Conference
  • ADE Presentation
  • April 2, 2009

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Introductions
  • Helen Bootsma
  • Education Program Director
  • Mike French
  • Postsecondary Program Specialist
  • Dennis Fiscus
  • Arizona Tech Prep State Director

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Perkins IV
  • The Spirit of the New Law
  • The spirit of the new law will lead CTE into the
    21st century. Program improvement, global
    competition, and rigorous standards are just some
    of the aspects of CTE that the new law
    emphasizes. Perkins IV will allow increased
    opportunities for individuals to keep America
    competitive along with a focus on high skill,
    high wage or high demand occupations. It will
    assist us in our efforts to promote partnerships
    within the education sector, workforce boards,
    and business and industry while providing
    technical assistance and professional development.

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Perkins IV
  • IMPORTANT DATES
  • ACTE summer Conference July 20, 21 for PS
  • Form III due October 16, 2009
  • Form IV due November 13, 2009

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Perkins IV
  • The Postsecondary Performance Measures Core
    Indicators will measure students progress in
  • Attainment of challenging Career and Technical
    skill proficiencies
  • Attainment of industry recognized credential,
    certificate or degree
  • Retention in postsecondary education or transfer
    to baccalaureate program
  • Placement in military or apprenticeship, or
    placement or retention in employment
  • Participation in and completion of Career and
    Technical Education programs that lead to
    employment in nontraditional fields.

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Perkins IV
  • 4.0 ANNUAL REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
  •  
  • This section describes the criteria required from
    each grant recipient for reporting in the
    Consolidated Annual Report (CAR) to the federal
    government. Each year, grant recipients are
    required to report
  • 1) participant and concentrator enrollment and
  • 2) basic grant and Tech Prep performance
    measures.
  • The reports are due to CTE during the fall
    timeframe in order for CTE to prepare the final
    submission to OVAE by December 31.

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Perkins IV
  • New Student Definitions
  • Participant
  • A postsecondary/adult student who has earned one
    or more transcripted credits in any CTE program
    area
  • in the reporting year

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Perkins IV
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Perkins IV
  • Participant
  • The information provided disaggregates the total
    by gender, ethnicity and special populations for
    all students and Tech Prep identified students.
  • Eligible Coursework
  • Occupational courses that are a part of a
    postsecondary CTE program.
  • Students completing or enrolling in non-credit
    coursework are not eligible for Perkins
    accountability purposes.
  • Use course taking behavior

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Perkins IV
  • Participant
  • Include all postsecondary students who have
    earned one or more transcripted occupational
    credits in any CTE program area in the reporting
    year.
  • DO NOT INCLUDE STUDENTS THAT HAVE ONLY TAKEN CTE
    COURSES WITHIN THE PAST FIVE(5) YEARS AND ARE NOT
    ENROLLED THIS YEAR
  • Include students that have achieved
    concentrator status and have taken one CTE
    course during the reporting year.
  • Include all students/CTE programs whether or not
    the program is being funded with Perkins dollars.
  • Exclude all high school students.

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Perkins IV
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Perkins IV
  • New Student Definitions
  • Postsecondary CTE Completer the definition of a
    postsecondary CTE completer has been deleted by
    OVAE.

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Perkins IV
  • New Student Definitions
  • Concentrator
  • A postsecondary/adult student who
  • completes at least 12 transcripted academic or
    CTE credits within a single program area sequence
    that is comprised of 12 or more academic and
    technical credits and terminates in the award of
    an industry-recognized credential, a certificate,
    or a degree. In order to ensure that a student
    has established an occupational pathway, the
    student must complete nine (9) occupational
    credits with a given occupational program within
    a two-year time frame OR
  • completes a short-term CTE program sequence of
    less than 12 credit units that terminates in an
    industry-recognized credential, certificate, or a
    degree.

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Perkins IV
  • Concentrator
  • Reporting Guidelines
  • Do not use student intent or declaration of a
    major as the first or only method to identify
    concentrators. Student intent for a major should
    be inferred based on course taking behavior.
  • This is a student that meets the definition of
    concentrator. See Concentrator definition.
  • Include all students/programs whether or not the
    program is being funded with Perkins dollars.
  • Concentrators that are reported do not need to be
    participants in the reporting year.
  • Exclude all high school students.

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Perkins IV
  • Concentrator
  • Reporting Guidelines
  • Once concentrator definition is achieved the
    student is tracked for 5 years or until the
    student meets the requirement for transfer,
    graduate or placement.
  • Cohort is redefined each year
  • Student may only be counted one time even though
    the student meets the criteria for multiple
    programs.

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Perkins IV
  • Concentrator
  • Reporting Guidelines-FAQ
  • A student who has declared a career goal/intent
    in a CTE area is that student counted in a
    cohort?
  • The student may only be counted in the cohort if
    the student has taken a CTE course in the past
    five years AND has taken a CTE course in the
    reporting year.
  • If the student has declared a vocational career
    goal or intent but has not taken a CTE course you
    may NOT count this student.

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Perkins IV
  • Concentrator
  • Reporting Guidelines-Program
  • Guidelines for determining in which program to
    report a postsecondary concentrator who has NOT
    declared a major but who meets the Basic Cohort
    requirements in more than one program include
  • Reporting the student where they represent the
    minority gender in a postsecondary nontraditional
    program, OR
  • Reporting the student based upon the most credits
    achieved in a postsecondary CTE program/career
    cluster, OR
  • Reporting the student based upon his/her latest
    postsecondary CTE program credits achieved, OR
  • Report the student where the college needs to
    improve enrollment numbers in a program.

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Perkins IV
  • Concentrator
  • Reporting Guidelines-Program
  • In situations where none of the above guidelines
    apply, a student who has not yet declared a major
    but has completed a secondary CTE program that
    articulates to a postsecondary CTE program
    provided by the community college district may be
    assigned to the appropriate postsecondary CTE
    program based on his/her secondary CTE program
    completion.
  • Assume the POSITIVE.

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Perkins IV
  • Concentrator-TP Transition section
  • Reporting Guidelines-TECH PREP
  • This section will collect those students that
    have transitioned from secondary to
    postsecondary.
  • These will be students that are identified from
    the ADE Data Disk.
  • Students do not need to be concentrators or have
    taken any CTE courses (Participant) to be counted
    in this section.
  • Place students in their secondary program unless
    PS course taking indicates otherwise.

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Perkins IV
  • Concentrator-TP Transition section
  • Reporting Guidelines-TECH PREPOne year
  • Total Tech Prep students broken out by gender
    within each cluster. Total of the 2007-2008 (or
    1-year lag for other years) Secondary Tech Prep
    Concentrators that have enrolled in your
    institution this reporting year (2008-2009 in
    this example). These ARE NOT necessarily
    Postsecondary Concentrators.

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Perkins IV
  • Concentrator-TP Transition section
  • Reporting Guidelines-TECH PREPFive year
  • Total Tech Prep students broken out by gender
    within each cluster. Total of the previous 5
    years of Secondary Tech Prep Concentrators that
    have enrolled in your institution this reporting
    year. These ARE NOT necessarily Postsecondary
    Concentrators. These are for the immediate past
    five years.

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Perkins IV
  • Concentrator-TP Transition section Reporting
    Guidelines-TECH PREP
  • Once found, use permanent identifier to track
    Tech Prep students for future years
  • Count if enrolled in ANY coursework, not just CTE
  • ADE will provide the information for all Arizona
    CTE concentrators by year for the past five years

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Sec. 113. Accountability POSTSECONDARY
  • 1P1 ATTAINMENT OF TECHNICAL SKILLS
  • 2P1 ATTAINMENT OF CREDENTIAL, CERTIFICATE, OR
    DIPLOMA
  • 3P1 STUDENT RETENTION OR TRANSFER
  • 4P1 STUDENT PLACEMENT
  • 5P1 NONTRADITIONAL PARTICIPATION
  • 5P2 NONTRADITIONAL COMPLETION

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Sec. 113. Accountability POSTSECONDARY
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Perkins IV
  • APPROACH FOR ALL PS MEASURES
  • Student cohort is from one year ago (one year
    lag) Except 5P1
  • For the 2009 CAR, Use 2007-08 students and find
    them in the 2008-09 school year
  • ALWAYS exclude high school students

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Perkins IV
  • APPROACH FOR ALL PS MEASURES
  • TECH PREP
  • IS ALWAYS
  • A SUBSET
  • OF ALL SECTION 113 MEASURES

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Perkins IV
  • 1P1 Technical Skill Attainment
  • 113(b)(2)(B)(i)
  • Student attainment of challenging career and
    technical achievement on technical assessments,
    that are aligned with industry-recognized
    standards, if available and appropriate.

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Perkins IV
  • 1P1 Technical Skill Attainment
  • Numerator Number of CTE concentrators who passed
    technical skill or end of program assessments
    that are aligned with industry-recognized
    standards during the reporting year.
  • Denominator Number of CTE concentrators who took
    technical skill or end of program assessments
    during the reporting year.

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Perkins IV
  • 1P1 APPROACH
  • For the 08-09 PY, report results for those
    programs
  • Funded with Perkins dollars for the 07-08 PY
  • For which TEST results can be received
  • Programs are included in the approved
    occupational programs and assessment list,
    Appendix C
  • Do not include district approved assessments
    unless they are on the list

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Perkins IV
  • 1P1 APPROACH-COHORT
  • For the 08-09 PY, report results for those
    programs
  • A student that meets the definition of
    concentrator.
  • Gender and Ethnic data is unduplicated counts.
  • Special Populations data is duplicated counts.
  • Students do not have to have exited or graduated
    during PY.
  • Exclude all high school students. (Always)
  • This measure does not look at the number of
    students who could have taken an assessment, just
    those that did take an approved test.

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Perkins IV
  • 2P1Credential, Certificate, or Diploma
  • 113(b)(2)(B)(ii)
  • Student attainment of an industry-recognized
    credential, a certificate, or a degree.

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Perkins IV
  • 2P1 Credential, Certificate, or Diploma
  • Numerator Number of CTE concentrators who
    received an industry-recognized credential, a
    certificate, or a degree during the reporting
    year.
  • Denominator Number of CTE concentrators who left
    postsecondary education during the reporting
    year.

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Perkins IV
  • 2P1 APPROACH-Sub-indicators
  • Credential Industry-recognized credential
  • Certificate Student totals for those who have
    earned a certificate
  • Degree - Student totals for those who have earned
    a degree
  • See glossary Awards

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Perkins IV
  • 2P1 APPROACH-Cohort
  • A student that meets the definition of
    concentrator.
  • Student must exit college no later than 3 years
    after achieving concentrator status.
  • Students have exited from program during PY.
  • Exclude all high school students. (Always)

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Perkins IV
  • 2P1 APPROACH-Numerator
  • Number of CTE concentrators who received an
    industry-recognized credential, a certificate, or
    a degree during the reporting year.
  • The number of students who fulfilled requirements
    for a degree, certificate, credential, diploma or
    skill award, but left the college without
    officially receiving their award.
  • Student count should be unduplicated.

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Perkins IV
  • 2P1 APPROACH-Denominator
  • Number of CTE concentrators who left
    postsecondary education during the reporting
    year.
  • The number of concentrators that exit the college
    at any time, for any reason, during the reporting
    period.

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Perkins IV
  • 3P1 Student Retention or Transfer
  • 113(b)(2)(B)(iii)
  • Student retention in postsecondary education or
    transfer to a baccalaureate degree program.

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Perkins IV
  • 3P1 Student Retention or Transfer
  • Numerator Number of CTE concentrators who
    remained enrolled in their original postsecondary
    institution or transferred to another 2-year or
    4-year postsecondary institution during the
    reporting year and who were enrolled in
    postsecondary education in the fall of the
    previous reporting year.
  • Denominator Number of CTE concentrators who were
    enrolled in postsecondary education in the fall
    of the previous reporting year and who did not
    earn an industry-recognized credential, a
    certificate, or a degree in the previous
    reporting year.

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Perkins IV
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Perkins IV
  • 3P1 APPROACH-Sub indicators
  • The following sub indicators will be reported on
  • Retention---Student totals for those students who
    have returned to the institution the next school
    year
  • Transfer---Student totals for those students who
    have transferred to a 2-year or 4-year institution

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Perkins IV
  • 3P1 APPROACH-Cohort
  • A student that meets the definition of
    concentrator.
  • Students that have
  • 1) returned to the institution the following
    school year, OR
  • 2) transferred to a 2-year or to a 4-year
    institution
  • Exclude all high school students (Always)
  • Student did not receive a certificate or degree
  • May use student enrollment timeframe for past 5
    years
  • 5-year timeframe starts with date of first time
    enrollment
  • Use fall enrollment numbers to verify retention
  • These are all unduplicated numbers

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Perkins IV
  • 4P1 Student Placement
  • 113(b)(2)(B)(iv)
  • Student placement in military service or
    apprenticeship programs or placement or retention
    in employment, including placement in high skill,
    high wage, or high demand occupations or
    professions.

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Perkins IV
  • 4P1 Student Placement
  • Numerator Number of CTE concentrators who were
    placed or retained in employment, or placed in
    military service or apprenticeship programs in
    the 2nd quarter following the program year in
    which they left postsecondary education (i.e.,
    unduplicated placement status for CTE
    concentrators who graduated by June 30) will be
    assessed between October 1 and December 31.
  • Denominator Number of CTE concentrators who left
    postsecondary education during the reporting
    year.

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Perkins IV
  • 4P1 APPROACH-Sub indicators
  • The following sub indicators will be reported
  • Apprenticeship-Student totals for students that
    were in an apprenticeship program 2nd quarter
    following exiting.
  • Employment--Student totals for students that were
    employed the 2nd quarter following exiting.
  • Military--Student totals for students that had
    enlisted into the military the 2nd quarter
    following exiting.

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Perkins IV
  • 4P1 APPROACH-Retention
  • Sub-sub indicator
  • Retention is a sub indicator of the three sub
    indicators above.
  • It is not in addition to the three above.

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Perkins IV
  • 4P1 APPROACH-Retention
  • Sub-sub indicator
  • Retention--Student totals for students that were
    employed or enlisted in the military the 2nd
    quarter following exiting from the institution
    and continued to be employed or enlisted in the
    4th quarter.
  • This is not in addition to the above, but rather
    a subset of the students that were in the
    military or employed during the second quarter
    and are still in the military or employed in the
    fourth quarter.

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Perkins IV
  • 4P1 APPROACH
  • School-administered surveys / placement records
  • Administrative record exchanges
  • Student Databases
  • Tech Prep records

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Perkins IV
  • 5P1 Nontraditional Participation
  • 113(b)(2)(B)(v)
  • Student participation in career and technical
    education programs that lead to employment in
    nontraditional fields.

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Perkins IV
  • 5P1 Nontraditional Participation
  • Numerator Number of CTE participants from
    underrepresented gender groups who participated
    in a program that leads to employment in
    nontraditional fields during the reporting year.
  • Denominator Number of CTE participants who
    participated in a program that leads to
    employment in a nontraditional field during the
    reporting year.

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Perkins IV
  • 5P1 APPROACH-Cohort
  • A student that meets the definition of
    participant.
  • Exclude all high school students (Always)
  • Gender Unknown designation is not allowed. For
    those students with an unclassified gender
  • Split the number evenly into the male and female
    categories, OR
  • Designate the gender based on name, OR
  • Do not include in the numbers at all, OR
  • Use your known ratio for the program.

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Perkins IV
  • 5P2 Nontraditional Completion
  • 113(b)(2)(B)(v)
  • How many nontraditional students completed
    nontraditional programs?

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Perkins IV
  • 5P2 Nontraditional Completion
  • Numerator Number of CTE concentrators from
    underrepresented gender groups who completed a
    program that leads to employment in
    nontraditional fields during the reporting year
  • Denominator Number of CTE concentrators who
    completed a program that leads to employment in
    nontraditional fields during the reporting year.

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Perkins IV
  • 5P2 APPROACH-Cohort
  • A student that meets the definition of
    concentrator.
  • Exclude all high school students (Always)
  • Gender Unknown designation is not allowed. For
    those students with an unclassified gender
  • Split the number evenly into the male and female
    categories, OR
  • Designate the gender based on name, OR
  • Do not include in the numbers at all, OR
  • Use your known ratio for the program.

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Perkins IV
  • Improving Data Collection
  • Arizona is working to expand the options for
    electronic data matching to fulfill the placement
    requirements set by OVAE
  • DES-UI Records Matching
  • Federal Employee Data Exchange System (FEDES)
  • National Student Clearinghouse

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Perkins IV
  • TECH
  • PREP
  • TIME!

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Sec. 113. Accountability
  • Tech Prep is included in all section 113 language
  • Tech Prep is always a subset of the Perkins
    Performance Measures
  • Tech Prep has new additional Performance Measures

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Student Accountability Forms for the Section 203
Indicators of Performance (Title II)

SECONDARY
LEVEL
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Student Accountability Forms for the Section 203
Indicators of Performance (Title II)

POSTSECONDARY LEVEL
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We must report the number of secondary education
tech prep students and postsecondary education
tech prep students served.
  • Measurement Definition
  • Number of secondary TP students
  • Number of postsecondary TP students
  • Collect
  • of secondary TP students as defined in the law
  • of postsecondary TP students as defined in the
    law

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OF SECONDARY TP STUDENTS AS DEFINED IN THE LAW
  • Secondary Tech Prep Student-Definition in Perkins
    IV
  • A secondary education student who has enrolled
    in 2 courses in the secondary education component
    of a tech prep program.

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of postsecondary TP students as defined in the
law
  • Postsecondary Tech Prep Student- Definition in
    Perkins IV
  • A student who
  • (A) has completed the secondary education
    component of a tech prep program and
  • (B) has enrolled in the postsecondary education
    component of a tech prep program at an
    institution of higher education described in
    clause (i) or (ii) of section 203 (a)(1)(B).

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Tech Prep
  • The denominators are identical for
  • 1STP1
  • 1STP2
  • 1STP5
  • The denominator will be the secondary Tech Prep
    concentrators that you find at your school from
    one year ago-1 year lag

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Tech Prep
  • POSTSECONDARY DOES NOT REPORT
  • 1STP3
  • Use immediate past year information for
  • 1STP4
  • There is no lag year
  • Do not report high school students in any of
    these measures

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(1STP1) The number and percent of secondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (i) enroll in postsecondary
education.
  • Numerator
  • Number of secondary TP students who graduated one
    year ago and are enrolled in PS during the
    reporting year.
  • Denominator
  • Number of secondary TP students who graduated one
    year ago.
  • Collected Percent
  • In PS
  • of secondary TP enrolled in PS
  • This measures Secondary to Postsecondary
    Persistence

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(1STP1) The number and percent of secondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (i) enroll in postsecondary
education.
  • Denominator
  • Number of secondary TP students who graduated one
    year ago.
  • Run list of secondary tech prep graduates
    provided by ADE, through the community college
    enrollment database
  • This finds the majority of the students
  • Some hands on delineation or sorting is
    required
  • There is NO requirement they be in a CTE
    course-just enrolled in your college
  • The denominator is ONLY those students from the
    consortia High Schools

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(1STP1) The number and percent of secondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (i) enroll in postsecondary
education.
  • Denominator
  • Number of secondary TP students who graduated one
    year ago.
  • File contains common student identifier fields
    such as
  • Student name
  • High school name
  • Gender
  • Graduation date/year
  • CTE Program completed

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(1STP1) The number and percent of secondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (i) enroll in postsecondary
education.
  • Numerator
  • Number of secondary TP students who graduated one
    year ago and are enrolled in PS during the
    reporting year.
  • Run list of secondary tech prep graduates through
    the National Clearinghouse for universities and
    out of your state enrollees
  • Utilize just your consortium secondary schools
  • Use ENTIRE state list of concentrators to find
    those at your college for the numerator

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(1STP2) The number and percent of secondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (ii) enroll in postsecondary
education in the same field or major as the
secondary education tech prep students were
enrolled at the secondary level.
  • Numerator
  • Number of secondary TP students who graduated
    one year ago and are enrolled in postsecondary
    during the reporting year in the same major or
    cluster/pathway as they were in high school
  • Denominator
  • Number of secondary TP students who graduated
    one year ago.
  • Collected Percent
  • In PS
  • of secondary TP enrolled in same field in PS
  • Secondary to Postsecondary Field Persistence

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(1STP2) The number and percent of secondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (ii) enroll in postsecondary
education in the same field or major as the
secondary education tech prep students were
enrolled at the secondary level.
  • Denominator
  • Number of secondary TP students who graduated
    one year ago.
  • Run list of secondary tech prep graduates
    provided by ADE, through the community college
    enrollment database
  • This finds the majority of the students
  • Some hands on delineation or sorting is
    required
  • There is NO requirement they be in a CTE
    course-just enrolled in your college
  • The denominator is ONLY those students from the
    consortia High Schools
  • Same as 1STP1 denominator

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(1STP2) The number and percent of secondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (ii) enroll in postsecondary
education in the same field or major as the
secondary education tech prep students were
enrolled at the secondary level.
  • Numerator
  • Number of secondary TP students who graduated
    one year ago and are enrolled in postsecondary
    during the reporting year in the same major or
    cluster/pathway as they were in high school
  • Use ENTIRE state list of concentrators to find
    those at your college for the numerator
  • Use guidelines for same major/pathway
  • This is not a subset of the denominator

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(1STP2) The number and percent of secondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (ii) enroll in postsecondary
education in the same field or major as the
secondary education tech prep students were
enrolled at the secondary level.
  • Cohort
  • A student that meets the definition for a Tech
    Prep student.
  • The student no longer attends high school
  • Program in high school needs to align with
    similar program within cluster/pathway at
    postsecondary level-assume the positive
  • Student does NOT need to be enrolled in any CTE
    courses to count.
  • Denominator the same as for 1STP1
  • Use ENTIRE state list of concentrators to find
    those at your college

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(1STP2) The number and percent of secondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (ii) enroll in postsecondary
education in the same field or major as the
secondary education tech prep students were
enrolled at the secondary level.
  • WHAT DETERMINES A CLUSTER/PATHWAY ?
  • Student has 7 or more credits in a programmatic
    area-Business education, welding, computers
  • Utilize Classification of Instructional Programs
    list-CIP CODE
  • Same first two digits of CIP codeCluster/Pathways
    ?
  • 01.000Agriculture
  • 51.000Health

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(1STP2) The number and percent of secondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (ii) enroll in postsecondary
education in the same field or major as the
secondary education tech prep students were
enrolled at the secondary level.
  • METHODS OF DETERMINING MAJOR OR CLUSTER/PATHWAY
  • May need Tech Prep consortia directors to utilize
    a Student Tech Prep Registration form
  • Form could include students major area of
    interest
  • If the student has declared a major, use it

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(1STP2) The number and percent of secondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (ii) enroll in postsecondary
education in the same field or major as the
secondary education tech prep students were
enrolled at the secondary level.
  • METHODS OF DETERMINING MAJOR OR CLUSTER/PATHWAY
  • What if found using clearing house and the
    student is at a University in OR out of state?
  • If Consortia Director has utilized a Student
    Registration form indicating career interest-use
    it
  • Assume if no contradicting information is present
    -- student is continuing to pursue career
    interest from secondary

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(1STP3) The number and percent of secondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (iii) complete a State
industry-recognized certification or licensure.
  • This measure is purely a secondary measure.
  • The secondary schools are responsible for both
    data points.
  • No Postsecondary input necessary.

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(1STP4) The number and percent of secondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (iv) successfully complete, as
a secondary school student, courses that award
postsecondary credit at the secondary level.
  • Numerator
  • Number of secondary TP students who graduated
    last year with postsecondary credits
  • Denominator
  • Number of secondary TP students who graduated
    last year.
  • Collected Percent
  • In Sec.
  • of secondary TP students with PS credit
  • There is no one year lag on this measure

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(1STP4) The number and percent of secondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (iv) successfully complete, as
a secondary school student, courses that award
postsecondary credit at the secondary level.
  • COHORT IDENTIFIERS
  • A student that meets the definition for a Tech
    Prep SECONDARY student.
  • The student has graduated from high school
  • The student has received course credit for a
    postsecondary course any time during their high
    school career
  • Student will be counted only once even though
    credit may have been received for multiple
    courses
  • Student banked credit will be counted

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(1STP4) The number and percent of secondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (iv) successfully complete, as
a secondary school student, courses that award
postsecondary credit at the secondary level.
  • COHORT IDENTIFIERS
  • Use the immediate past year graduates
  • There is no 1 year lag
  • State REQUIRES colleges to report Dual Enrollment
    credits awarded to secondary students
  • Primary idea behind this Measure is that ALL Tech
    Prep articulated programs from secondary to
    postsecondary SHOULD have a for CREDIT
    component as per the new Perkins IV Law

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(1STP5) The number and percent of secondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (v) enroll in remedial
mathematics, writing, or reading courses upon
entering postsecondary education.
  • Numerator
  • Number of secondary TP students graduated one
    year ago who enrolled in remedial mathematics,
    writing, or reading courses upon entering
    postsecondary education.
  • Denominator
  • Number of secondary TP students who graduated
    one year ago and enrolled in postsecondary
    education. (Same as Numerator for 1STP1)
  • Collected Percent
  • In PS
  • of remedial TP students
  • from secondary

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(1STP5) The number and percent of secondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (v) enroll in remedial
mathematics, writing, or reading courses upon
entering postsecondary education.
  • COHORT IDENTIFIERS
  • A student that meets the definition for a Tech
    Prep student.
  • The student has graduated from high school
  • The student has enrolled in at least 1 remedial
    course during the reporting year
  • Student will be counted only once even though
    student may be enrolled in multiple remedial
    courses

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(1STP5) The number and percent of secondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (v) enroll in remedial
mathematics, writing, or reading courses upon
entering postsecondary education.
  • COHORT IDENTIFIERS
  • Should have electronic access to transcripts at
    the postsecondary
  • Usually courses in academics below 100 level
    are considered remedial
  • Sometimes the colleges identify the courses as
    Remedial Math, etc
  • If it shows up on the Tech Prep students
    transcripts as remedial-then the student is
    counted in the numerator

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(1PTP1) The number and percent of postsecondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (i) are placed in a related
field of employment not later than 12 months
after graduation from the tech prep program.
  • Numerator
  • Number of postsecondary TP students placed in a
    related field no later than 12 months after
    graduation.
  • Denominator
  • Number of postsecondary TP students who
    graduated one year ago.
  • Collected Percent
  • In PS
  • of grads placed within 12 months in related
    field.
  • Employment

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(1PTP1) The number and percent of postsecondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (i) are placed in a related
field of employment not later than 12 months
after graduation from the tech prep program.
  • COHORT IDENTIFIERS
  • There is a one year lag
  • There is not a concentrator requirement on this
    measure
  • The only additional element compared to 4P1
    employment is related employment
  • Define related for your circumstances and give
    to ADE
  • Assume the positive unless proof otherwise

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(1PTP1) The number and percent of postsecondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (i) are placed in a related
field of employment not later than 12 months
after graduation from the tech prep program.
  • COHORT IDENTIFIERS
  • A student that meets the definition for a PS Tech
    Prep student.
  • The student has graduated from college (earned a
    degree-see glossary)
  • The student is employed in a field related to
    program completion
  • Assume student is placed in same field unless
    positive evidence to the contrary (assume the
    positive)
  • Measure is not a sub-set of performance measure
    4P1 Student Placement as the criteria
    (timeframe and related field) are different

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(1PTP1) The number and percent of postsecondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (i) are placed in a related
field of employment not later than 12 months
after graduation from the tech prep program.
  • Possible methods of collection
  • Unemployment Insurance (UI) data from DOL surveys
  • Student follow-up surveys
  • FEDES

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(1PTP2) The number and percent of postsecondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (ii) complete a State
recognized certification
  • Numerator
  • Number of postsecondary TP students who leave
    postsecondary education this year with a State,
    industry recognized certification, or licensure.
  • Denominator
  • Number of postsecondary TP students who left
    postsecondary education this year
  • Collected Percent
  • In PS
  • of grads with certificates, etc.
  • Postsecondary Certification/License

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(1PTP2) The number and percent of postsecondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (ii) complete a State
recognized certification
  • COHORT IDENTIFIERS
  • A student that meets the definition for a PS Tech
    Prep student. See glossary Student Tech Prep
  • Student must have exited or graduated from
    secondary and enrolled in a postsecondary CTE
    course in order to be included.
  • Measure is similar to performance measure 1P1
    Technical Skill Attainment. See glossary section
    Technical Skill Attainment for criteria.
  • The numerator is the same value for the sub
    indicator of Tech Prep as 1P1.

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(1PTP2) The number and percent of postsecondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (ii) complete a State
recognized certification
  • COHORT IDENTIFIERS
  • Denominator is different than that for 1P1. The
    denominator for this measure is all Tech Prep
    students who left postsecondary during the
    reporting year.
  • Only those tests approved by ADE, that the Tech
    Prep student takes and passes, are counted here.
  • Some tests take months to get the results,
    therefore there will be a one year lag on this
    measure, just like 1P1.

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(1PTP3) The number and percent of postsecondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (iii) complete a 2-year degree
or certificate program within 3 years.
  • Numerator
  • The number of Tech Prep students that entered 3
    years ago and received a degree during the
    reporting year
  • Denominator
  • Number of postsecondary TP students that entered
    3 years ago.
  • Collected Percent
  • In PS
  • that graduated within 3 years
  • 2 Year Degree Completion

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(1PTP3) The number and percent of postsecondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (iii) complete a 2-year degree
or certificate program within 3 years.
  • COHORT IDENTIFIERS
  • A student that meets the definition for a PS Tech
    Prep student. See glossary Student Tech Prep
  • The numerator will only include those students
    that entered postsecondary education during the
    indicated program year 3 years ago.
  • Utilize ADE provided concentrator list to
    determine eligible students (5 year list)
  • Secondary student graduated from more than four
    years ago are eligible-ENTRY to postsecondary is
    the key.

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(1PTP3) The number and percent of postsecondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (iii) complete a 2-year degree
or certificate program within 3 years.
  • COHORT IDENTIFIERS
  • This does not need to be a concentrator
  • Students could be part of 1PTP1 1PTP2
  • Students that graduate in less than 3 years count

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(1PTP4) The number and percent of postsecondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (iv) complete a baccalaureate
degree within 6 years.
  • Numerator
  • Number of postsecondary TP students who entered
    the postsecondary Tech-Prep program 6 years ago
    and completed a baccalaureate degree program
    during the reporting year.
  • Denominator
  • Number of postsecondary TP students that entered
    6 years ago.
  • Collected Percent
  • In PS
  • that graduated with baccalaureate
  • 4 Year Degree Completion

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(1PTP4) The number and percent of postsecondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (iv) complete a baccalaureate
degree within 6 years
  • COHORT IDENTIFIERS
  • A student that meets the definition for a PS Tech
    Prep student. See glossary Student Tech Prep
  • The numerator will only include those students
    that entered postsecondary education during the
    indicated program year 6 years ago.
  • Utilize ADE provided concentrator list to
    determine eligible students (5 year list provided
    annually)
  • Secondary student graduated from more than 6
    years ago are eligible-ENTRY to postsecondary is
    the key.
  • There is not a concentrator requirement here

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(1PTP4) The number and percent of postsecondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (iv) complete a baccalaureate
degree within 6 years.
  • Numerator
  • Number of postsecondary TP students who entered
    the postsecondary Tech-Prep program 6 years ago
    and completed a baccalaureate degree program
    during the reporting year.
  • Heres our best thoughts
  • This can be done
  • This will be a very low number and percentage
  • We WILL NOT find most of our Tech Prep students
  • Students that graduate in less than 6years count

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(1PTP4) The number and percent of postsecondary
education tech prep students enrolled in the tech
prep program who- (iv) complete a baccalaureate
degree within 6 years.
  • Numerator
  • Number of postsecondary TP students who entered
    the postsecondary Tech-Prep program 6 years ago
    and completed a baccalaureate degree program
    during the reporting year.
  • Heres our best thoughts
  • Utilize the National Clearinghouse database
  • Use the states University system database-ASSIST
  • Utilize student surveys

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Next Steps
  • Meet with your BG people to discuss CTE Tech
    Prep Indicators of Performance
  • Review your Perkins State plan and be familiar
    with CAR reporting requirements
  • Stay in touch with the ADE PS representative with
    questions or requested variations

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CONTACT INFORMATION
  • Helen Bootsma (602)542-5963
  • helen.bootsma_at_azed.gov
  • Education Program Director
  • Mike French (602)542-3045
  • mike.french_at_azed.gov
  • Postsecondary Program Specialist
  • Dennis Fiscus (602)542-5356
  • Dennis.fiscus_at_azed.gov
  • Arizona Tech Prep State Director

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Perkins IV
  • Questions??

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Perkins IV
  • THANK
  • YOU!!!!!!!

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