A r c h i v e d  I n f o r m a t i o n

Using Correctional Education Data: Issues and Strategies, January 1997

 

The Md School Performance Plan for Correctional Education

Md State Department of Education

Career Technology & Adult Learning

Correctional Education

January, 1996

Nancy S. Grarmick
State Superintendent of Schools

Katherine Oliver
Asst. State Superintendent

John Linton
Director of Correctional Education

Gay Burer
Field Director

Richard Hawkins
Principal

Roxbury Correctional Institution

Hagerstown, MD


Facility Description: This is a medium security facility destined for excellence. Vocational programs are provided in Building Maintenance, Drafting, Masonry, and Automechanics.


School Staff Profile:

Total Teachers: 26 Prov: - SPC: 1 APC: 22 Doctorate: -
Principals: 1  Richard Hawkins Librarians: 1 Secretaries:  
Average Staff Age: 51 Male Staff: 14 Female Staff: 12 Yrs. Correctional Ed. Experience: 12


School Student Profile:

Total Population of Facility:  1,806 School Population: 339
Average No. on Waiting Lists - Academic: 102 Vocational: 106 Average Length of Stay: 3.0 Years
No. of Slots Available - Academic: 209 Vocational: 109
No. of Volunteer Hrs:  200.0 Cost per Students:  234.99
Scheduled hours of Instructional Day: 6.5


Ethnicity:

Entire Facility Schools Shops MSDE Staff DOC Staff
White: 567 71 27 111
Af Am: 1234 251 2
Hispanic 2 1 4
Other: 3 16 1


Student Participation Data:

(Average Daily Student Attendance)

  # Present Assigned % Present % Excused % Unexcused % Absent due to Prgm Closures
All Prgms: 56 90 62.2 4.3 2.4 28.0
Academic: 56 92 60.9 4.2 2.7 29.6
Vocational: 55 87 63.2 4.4 2.0 25.8

# Entered _____        # Removed by Reason _____

 
  (Unduplicated) # Released # Transferred Institutional Lack Progress Rule Voluntary
Under 21: 20     3    
Over 21: 147 1 17 2 2 6


(Program by Funding Source)

# Students Served Male Female Average Class Size
State Sponsored (total): 380 380 13
ABE: 153 153 9
GED: 129 129 16
Vocational: 98 98 16
Federally Funded (total): 65 65 9
Special Ed.: 5 5 2
Chapter 1: 26 26 26
Basic Literacy: 34 34  

(Inmate Workers and Other Demographics)

Total Student Count: 375 Unduplicated Student Count: 375 Total Inmate Workers: 81
No. of Postsecondary Students: ____ # Students Enrolled in Volunteer Programs: ____
No. of Education Clerks: 3 Classroom Tutors & Aids:  63 Library Aids: 15


Student Performance Profile: (TABE Results in Grade Equivalents)

Total
Enrolled
Total
Tested
**Total Achieving minimum
Standards for advancement
% Achieving
minimum standards
Adult Literacy and Life Skills Program: 230
GED Program 105 10


Maryland Adult Performance Program (MAPP)

No. Taking No. Passing % Passing Yr. to Date Passing
Locator: 55 55 100.0 204
Pre-Test: 56 20 35.7 62
Post-Test: 9 70

Manditory Education: Year to Date Totals

Total
Enrolled
Total
Completed
Continued
After 90 Days
Not
Completed
298 93 93 135

 



GED Results:

Number Taking Number Passing Avg Passing Score Percent Passing
Writing Skills:
Soc. Studies:
Science:
Lit. & Arts
Mathematics:
Total Taking:  _______     % Passing _______    Diplomas Issued: _______     1st Time: _______
State Pass Rate: _______        Average Passing Score on GED: _______      Retakes:_______


Vocational Results:

No Passing Final Grade Levels Target of Completions:   95.0
75% Level: 95% Level:                 2
85% Level:                  4 + 95% Level: 


Number
of Students ____
Number
of Completions  ____
(Target: 95%
Avg Course)
Md Certificate     Trade*
CIP Course Name Enrolled Current YTD Grade Comp Full Completion Certified
47-06042 Automative Shop 15 1 1 84.0 1
46-01012 Masonry Shop 15 5 3 55.0 3
46-04012 Bldg. Maint. 15 5 2 81.0 1
52-04082 Bus. Data Proc. 15 3 1
52-12012 Bus. Data Proc. 14 1 1 1.0 1
Drafting Shop 14 2 3 89.0 2
*Certified by Outside Source ASE ABC etc.


Factors Affecting Data: *

Hours % of Instructional
Time

Potential Hours of Instruction (All Prgms Open):

30,104.5 100.00
MSDE Closings: Teacher Approved Leave: 2,519.0 8.4
Other Earned Leave: 3,639.5 12.1
LAW:
Maintainance:
In Service Training:
Teacher on other duties:
DOC Closings: Commissary:
Emergencies: 2,974.0 9.9
Officer Shortages:
DOC Req Ed Staff Training:
Tactical Squad Training:

Actual Hours of Instruction Provided:

20,972.0

*Data based on Student Hours of Instruction

Scheduled Hours of Instructional Day: _____ Actual Hours for Instruction per Day: _____



Library Services

Systemwide Performance Measures

Average Hours Library Open: 5.0 Actual Hours Library Open: 6.0
Library Hours: 8:00 - 11:00am,   12:00-3:00pm Required Hours Open: 6.0

Library Patron Usage

Materials Usage

Patrons:

Data Base:

Mobile Non-Mobile
Inmate Library Visits (total for month): 950 In-System: 661 Circulation: 18 1575
Inmates Served Via Remote Means:           47 Added:         25 Reference:   7 75
Inmates Registered For Bar Codes:            30 Deleted:       25 In Library:   

Fill Rate-Reference Questions:

# of Requests: ____ # of Filled Requests:____ RATE: ____

Collection Development:

Added: ____ Weeded: ____ In Collection End of Month: ____

Network Resource Usage

Md Interlibrary Organization: Correctional Education Libraries:
Legal Assistance to State Institutions: Information Highway: Other:
Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped: University of Md Catalogues:

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