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ESEA: Comprehensive School Reform - FY 2005


CFDA Numbers: 84.332A - ESEA Comprehensive School Reform
84.332B - Comprehensive School Reform Quality Initiatives

Program Goal: To enable low-performing students to improve their achievement to meet challenging standards

Objective 1 of 2: Student achievement in core subjects generally will show marked improvement in comprehensive school reform (CSR) program schools.
Indicator 1.1 of 1: AYP results: The percentage of Comprehensive School Reform schools that have or have had a CSR grant and made AYP
 
Measure 1.1.1 of 2: Reading/Language arts
Year Actual Performance Performance Targets
2004
67
 
2005
 
68

Measure 1.1.2 of 2: Mathematics
Year Actual Performance Performance Targets
2004
69
 
2005
 
70

Source: U.S. Department of Education, Consolidated State Performance Report, grantee submissions.

Frequency: Annually.

Next Data Available: June 2006

Data Validated By: No Formal Verification.
It should be noted that each year's data will represent a different cohort of schools reporting on their progress after three years of implementing CRS. This change in cohort means that a variation in the percentage meeting AYP may be a factor of the schools reporting rather than an indication of improvement or lack of it.

Limitations: The data for this indicator were self-reported by state educational agencies.
 
Explanation: FY 2004 data are baseline data. The target for FY 2005 is baseline plus 1%.
 
Objective 2 of 2: The number of schools providing high-quality curriculum and instruction and improving student outcomes will increase each year.
Indicator 2.1 of 1: Impact on school improvement: By 2014 no schools that have received CSR program funds will be designated as in need of improvement, while CSR funds continue to be targeted on the lowest achieving schools.
 
Measure 2.1.1 of 1: Percentage of principals in Title I schools reporting that they are implementing a research-based school reform model
Year Actual Performance Performance Targets
1999
31
 
2000
46
 
2001
62
55
2002
 
60
2003
 
70
2004
 
72
2005
 
74

Source: U.S. Department of Education, National Center of Education Statistics, National Longitudinal Survey of Schools, 1999(baseline)/2000.

Frequency: Annually.
 
Explanation: Data were not collect data from 2002-2005. The program expected to conduct a special survey but this effort was never funded. This measure will be discontinued in FY 2006.
 

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