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Title: Georgia Academy for Economic Development


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Georgia Academy for Economic Development
1 Examine the Data for Education in Georgia

2 Economic Impact of Georgia Non-Graduates

3 Strengthening the Birth to Work Pipeline

4 What Can We Do?
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  • Examine the Data for Education in Georgia

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Academic Achievement Milestones
School Readiness
Literacy by 3rd Grade
Numeracy by 8th Grade
High School Graduation
Workforce and/or College Ready
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Percent of Children Age 3-5 Enrolled in Early
Education, 2008
Source The Annie E. Casey Foundation, KIDS COUNT
Data Center.
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NAEP 2009 4th Grade Reading At
or Above Basic
Source National Center for Education Statistics
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NAEP 2009 8th Grade Math
At or Above Basic
Source National Center for Education Statistics
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SAT 2009 Scores All States
Source College Board, 2009 College-Bound
Seniors, State and National Reports.
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SAT 2009 Scores States with Participation Rate
At or Above 25
Source College Board, 2009 College-Bound
Seniors, State and National Reports.
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SAT 2009 Scores States with Participation Rate
At or Above 60
Source College Board, 2009 College-Bound
Seniors, State and National Reports.
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High School Graduation Rates
State-by-State Rankings
Source NCES (2010). Public School Graduates and
Dropouts School Year 2007-08.
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Georgia High School Graduation Rates
Year High School Graduation Rate Number of High School Non-Grads
2007 72 28,883
2008 75 27,248
2009 79 23,567
2010 80 22,498
Total 102,196
Source The Governors Office of Student
Achievement, State Report Cards. 2010 data is
preliminary.
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  • Economic Impact of
  • Georgia Non-Graduates

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Education Pays
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Unemployment Rate Unemployment Rate Unemployment Rate Unemployment Rate Unemployment Rate Unemployment Rate Unemployment Rate Unemployment Rate April 2010 Median Wkly Earnings ( approx. annual) Median Wkly Earnings ( approx. annual) Median Wkly Earnings ( approx. annual) Median Wkly Earnings ( approx. annual) Median Wkly Earnings ( approx. annual) Median Wkly Earnings ( approx. annual) Median Wkly Earnings ( approx. annual) Median Wkly Earnings ( approx. annual)
15 15 10 10 5 5 0 0 200 600 600 600 1000
4.4 Bachelors Degree Higher 1,140 (59,280) 1,140 (59,280) 1,140 (59,280) 1,140 (59,280) 1,140 (59,280) 1,140 (59,280) 1,140 (59,280)
8.1 8.1 Some college/ Associate Degree 738 (38,376) 738 (38,376) 738 (38,376) 738 (38,376) 738 (38,376) 738 (38,376)
10.5 10.5 10.5 10.5 10.5 HS Graduates, No College 624 (32,448) 624 (32,448) 624 (32,448) 624 (32,448) 624 (32,448)
14.5 14.5 14.5 14.5 14.5 14.5 14.5 Less than a High School Diploma 448 (23,296) 448 (23,296) 448 (23,296) 448 (23,296)
Source U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Earnings
unemployment for full-time workers age 25
older, not seasonally adjusted. Data given are
1st quarter 2010 averages.
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Unemployment Rates by Education Level
Source U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, February
2010.
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Unemployment Rates by County, Feb. 2010
Source Georgia Department of Labor
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State Service Delivery Regions
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Economic Impact of High School Non-Completion
Region 1 2.2 billion
Region 2 1.2 billion
Region 3 4.2 billion
Region 4 1.1 billion
Region 5 1.1 billion
Region 6 1.0 billion
Region 7 1.1 billion
Region 8 0.9 billion
Region 9 0.9 billion
Region 10 2.0 billion
Region 11 1.0 billion
Region 12 1.1 billion
TOTAL 18 billion
How much could YOUR region benefit from this
additional income currently being foregone?
Source Isley, P. Hill, J. Updated Economic
Impact of High School Non-Completion in Georgia
2005 Estimate, Georgia Southern University.
April 2007. According to GSU study, totals may
not add due to rounding.
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Compounded Impacts of High School Non-Completion
INDIVIDUALS THE COMMUNITY
Lower Lifetime Earnings Reduced buying power tax revenues less economic growth

Decreased health status Higher mortality rates More criminal activity Higher health care criminal justice costs

Higher teen pregnancy rates Single motherhood Higher public services costs

Less voting Less volunteering Low rate of community involvement
Source Levin, H., et al., (2007). The Costs and
Benefits of an Excellent Education for All of
Americas Children.
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  • Strengthening the Birth to Work Pipeline

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Strengthening the Birth to Work Pipeline
KEY ISSUE 1 Early Life Experiences

KEY ISSUE 2 Academic Achievement K-12

KEY ISSUE 3 Transitions to Work or College
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Family Income Affects School Readiness
Achievement Gap as Children Enter Kindergarten
Source National Center for Education Statistics.
(2004). Early Longitudinal Study, Kindergarten
Class of 1998-99.
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Disparities in Early Vocabulary Growth
Professional Families 1,116 words
Working Class Families 749 words
Welfare Families 525 words
Source Hart, B. and Risley, T. R. (2003). The
Early Catastrophe The 30 Million Word Gap by Age
3.
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Economic Benefits of Early Education Perry
Preschool Study
Source Schweinhart, L.J., et al. (2005).
Lifetime effects The High/Scope Perry Preschool
study through age 40.
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Economic Benefits of Early Education Perry
Preschool Study
Source Schweinhart, L.J., et al. (2005).
Lifetime effects The High/Scope Perry Preschool
study through age 40.
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Strengthening the Birth to Work Pipeline
KEY ISSUE 1 Early Life Experiences

KEY ISSUE 2 Academic Achievement K-12

KEY ISSUE 3 Transitions to Work or College
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6th Grade Outcomes Can Predict Failure to
Graduate High School
Flag in Sixth Grade Flag in Sixth Grade Flag in Sixth Grade Flag in Sixth Grade Flag in Sixth Grade
Percent with this flag who Attended 80 Failed Math Course Failed English Course Suspended Out of School Un-satisfactoryBehavior
Graduated on time 13 13 12 16 24
Did not graduate 83 81 82 80 71
Source Balfanz, R. (2007). Preventing Student
Disengagement and Keeping Students on the
Graduation Path in Urban Middle-Grades Schools
Early Identification and Effective Intervetions.
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Cost of Student Retention in Georgia


61,642 X 8,909 More than 549 million

Georgia students retained in 2009 Average annual cost of education per student Total cost of student retention in 2009 for Georgia

Example for Washington County School System Example for Washington County School System Example for Washington County School System Example for Washington County School System Example for Washington County School System
152 X 8,540 1,298,080
Source Georgia Department of Education
Partnership Calculation
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Essential Building Blocks of High Performing
States
  • Higher Standards
  • Rigorous Curriculum
  • Clear Accountability System
  • Statewide Student Information System
  • Leadership Training

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3rd Grade Reading Achievement in Georgia Closing
the Gaps
of Students Meeting or Exceeding Standards
Source Georgia Department of Education.
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8th Grade Math Achievement in Georgia Closing
the Gaps
of Students Meeting or Exceeding Standards
Source Georgia Department of Education.
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High School Graduation Rates in Georgia Closing
the Gaps
Source Georgia Department of Education.
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Strengthening the Birth to Work Pipeline
KEY ISSUE 1 Early Life Experiences

KEY ISSUE 2 Academic Achievement K-12

KEY ISSUE 3 Transitions to Work or College
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Are They College Ready?
Educational Attainment of Remedial Coursetakers
Source Natl Center for Education Statistics.
The Condition of Education Student Effort
Educational Progress. 2004
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Participation Performance in AP Courses
Source College Board, The 6th Annual A.P.
Report to the Nation Georgia Supplement, 2010.
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The Demands of Americas New Economy
12 of the 20 fastest growing occupations require
an associate degree or higher.
The number of jobs for workers with a bachelors
degree or higher will increase from 38 million
in 2006 to 43 million by 2016 a growth rate of
nearly 15 percent.
Source U.S. Department of Labor. Bureau of Labor
Statistics. 2009.
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Middle-Skills Gap Between Jobs Workers
Persistent shortages of middle-skill workers
inhibit industry growth and U.S. competitiveness
Source National Skills Coalition, The Issues.
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  • What Can We Do?

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Look at the Data for your Community
  • KIDS COUNT Data
  • Georgia Family Connection Partnership
  • www.gafcp.org
  • School and System Comparisons
  • Georgia School Council Institute
  • www.georgiaeducation.org

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2009 CRCT Comparisons 3rd Grade
Reading Washington County Schools
Source Georgia School Council Institute
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2009 CRCT Comparisons 8th Grade Math Washington
County Schools
Source Georgia School Council Institute
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2009 SAT Comparisons Average Total
Score Washington County Schools
Source Georgia School Council Institute
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Improving the Pipeline Low Birth Weight in 2008
Washington County Georgia
Total of births 291 146,464
of low weight births 39 14,014
low birth weight rate 13.4 9.6
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12.0
GOAL Reduce the number of low birth weight
babies by 10 percent in Washington County.
RESULT 4 healthier babies!
Source Georgia Department of Community Health
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Improving the Pipeline High School Graduation in
2010
Washington County Georgia
Total of Graduates 219 88,003
Graduation Rate 75.8 78.9
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83.4
GOAL Improve the number of graduates by 10
percent in Washington County.
RESULT 22 more high school graduates!
Source Georgia Department of Education
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Aligning Educational Strategies
GOALS
GOALS
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ESSENTIAL COMMUNITY SERVICES Transportation
Health Housing Financial
Insulating the Birth to Work Pipeline
K 12 System
Early Childhood
Post Secondary
Work Career
Source The Forum for Youth Investment
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