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ESEA: Neglected and Delinquent State Agency Program - FY 2005


CFDA Number: 84.013 - Title I Program for Neglected and Delinquent Children

Program Goal: To ensure that neglected and delinquent children and youth will have the opportunity to meet the challenging state standards needed to further their education and become productive members of society.

Objective 1 of 1: Neglected or delinquent (N or D) students will improve academic and vocational skills needed to further their education or obtain employment.
Indicator 1.1 of 4: Progress and achievement: The percentage of neglected or delinquent students obtaining a secondary school diploma, or its recognized equivalent, or obtaining employment will increase.
 
Measure 1.1.1 of 1: Percentage of N or D students obtaining diploma, diploma equivalent, or employment.
Year Actual Performance Performance Targets
2003 8 999
2004   8.40
2005   8.80

Source: Data will be collected through a State Performance Report that includes information from Subpart I State Agency awardees. Study of State Agency Activities Under Title I, Part D, Subpart I.

Frequency: Annually.

Next Data Available: June 2006

Data Validated By: No Formal Verification.

Limitations: Data from state assessments will be disaggregated at the state agency level and reported for schools that receive Title I, Part D funds.
 
Explanation: This measure was new for FY 2003 and represents a new methodology to measure progress for determining program success. However, it was based on a sample of only 6 of 51 grantees. No data were collected in 2004.
 
Indicator 1.2 of 4: High school course credits: The number of high school course credits earned by neglected or delinquent students will increase.
 
Measure 1.2.1 of 1: Average number of high school course credits earned by N or D students will increase.
Year Actual Performance Performance Targets
2003
78.40
999
2004
 
82.32
2005
 
86.24

Source: Data will be collected through a state performance report that includes information from Subpart I State Agency awardees. Study of State Agency Activities Under Title I, Part D, Subpart I.

Frequency: Annually.

Next Data Available: June 2006

Data Validated By: On-Site Monitoring By ED.

Limitations: Data from state assessments will be disaggregated at the state agency level and reported for schools that receive Title I, Part D funds.

Improvements: .
 
Explanation: This measure was new for FY 2003 and represents a new methodology to measure progress for determining program success. However, it was based on a sample of only 6 of 51 grantees. No data were collected in 2004.
 
Indicator 1.3 of 4: Academic skills: Neglected or delinquent students shall have the same opportunities to learn as students served in regular classrooms. The academic skills of neglected or delinquent students served will increase, closing this gap.
 
Measure 1.3.1 of 1: Percent of N or D students that improve academic skills as measured on approved and validated measures.
Year Actual Performance Performance Targets
2005
 
999

Source: Study of State Agency Activities Under Title I, Part D, Subpart I.

Frequency: Annually.

Next Data Available: June 2006

Limitations: Data from state assessments will be disaggregated at the state agency level and reported for schools that receive Title I, Part D funds.
 
Explanation: This indicator represents a new methodology to measure progress for determining program success. No data were collected for 2003 or 2004, as originally planned.
 
Indicator 1.4 of 4: Transition plan: The percentage of students who have a high-quality transition plan will increase.
 
Measure 1.4.1 of 1: Percent of N or D students with transition plans to return to local school programs.
Year Actual Performance Performance Targets
2003
40
999
2004
 
42
2005
 
44
 
Explanation: We did not collection data for 2004 or 2005. We plan to discontinue the measure in 2006 because this was not a requirement of the program.
 

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