U.S. Department of Education: Promoting Educational Excellence for all Americans

FY 2007 General and Combined Agencies Performance on Standard 1

Must Pass at least 4 of 6 Indicators and 2 of 3 Primary Indicators

Agency Ind 1.1: Change in Employment Outcomes (>= 0) Ind 1.2: Percent of Employment Outcomes (>= 55.8%) Ind 1.3: Competitive Employment (>= 72.6%) Ind 1.4: Significant Disability (>= 62.4%) Ind 1.5: Earnings Ratio (>= .52) Ind 1.6: Self Support (>= 53.0) Number of indicators in standard 1 that were passed Number of primary indicators (1.3 to 1.5) in standard 1 that were passed
ALABAMA-C 10 69.13 99.09 90.34 0.491 77.97 5 2
ALASKA-C 2 59.04 99.24 85.33 0.649 57.33 6 3
AMERICAN SAMOA-C 14 80 65.63 47.62 N/A 95.24 4 1
ARIZONA-C 91 52.7 95.23 95.84 0.536 70.19 5 3
ARKANSAS-G -193 57.75 100 86.75 0.658 59.42 5 3
CALIFORNIA-C -944 58.16 89.62 99.89 0.474 70.18 4 2
COLORADO-C 300 62.98 91.47 95.03 0.494 54.29 5 2
CONNECTICUT-G 61 61.18 99.7 100 0.589 35.67 5 3
DELAWARE-G 10 65.28 99.06 74.47 0.427 69.12 5 2
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA-C -120 59.16 98.43 97.88 0.354 79.15 4 2
FLORIDA-G 811 61.76 97.66 72.61 0.618 47.37 5 3
GEORGIA-C -46 58.4 95.82 88.73 0.434 69.39 4 2
GUAM-C 7 84 95.24 95 N/A 75 6 3
HAWAII-C -90 35.03 98.27 84.3 0.614 63.49 4 3
IDAHO-G 124 65.49 99.43 99.1 0.61 68.55 6 3
ILLINOIS-C 190 59.94 93.13 100 0.416 58.64 5 2
INDIANA-C -570 58.21 96.59 76.88 0.605 40.23 4 3
IOWA-G 4 58.89 98.78 93.44 0.632 61.45 6 3
KANSAS-C 107 60.99 97.57 98.89 0.507 60.73 5 2
KENTUCKY-G 51 66.78 98.78 99.92 0.598 70.07 6 3
LOUISIANA-C 793 58.93 98.95 80.72 0.735 51.66 5 3
MAINE-G 54 51.44 96.99 100 0.66 64.64 5 3
MARYLAND-C 15 49.9 93.06 100 0.441 70.12 4 2
MASSACHUSETTS-G 221 52.52 97.8 99.97 0.455 59.14 4 2
MICHIGAN-G 90 54.43 98.26 91.13 0.56 64.74 5 3
MINNESOTA-G -21 63.94 97.68 100 0.502 66.9 4 2
MISSISSIPPI-C 28 71.08 99.14 84.99 0.73 58.93 6 3
MISSOURI-G 128 67.67 94.07 98.31 0.522 56.14 6 3
MONTANA-C 3 57.87 92.87 77.8 0.646 60.09 6 3
NEBRASKA-G 32 62.17 99.15 100 0.561 64.54 6 3
NEVADA-C 12 63.79 99.66 95.51 0.553 68.02 6 3
NEW HAMPSHIRE-C -169 68.34 95.96 95.27 0.508 55.07 4 2
NEW JERSEY-G 80 64.83 99.54 100 0.446 58.61 5 2
NEW MEXICO-G -237 60.5 97.54 95.97 0.631 54.36 5 3
NEW YORK-G 242 58.46 94.39 98 0.366 63.67 5 2
NORTH CAROLINA-G -994 47.14 99.78 71.87 0.487 65.04 3 2
NORTH DAKOTA-C 29 66.79 97.87 84.9 0.677 56.52 6 3
NORTHERN MARIANAS-C 6 63.93 71.79 64.29 N/A 7.14 4 2
OHIO-C 399 60.38 97.32 99.99 0.618 46.18 5 3
OKLAHOMA-C -89 43.78 94.05 91.71 0.609 64.62 4 3
OREGON-G -113 65.09 98.47 82.81 0.567 74.89 5 3
PENNSYLVANIA-C 233 58.34 96.76 99.99 0.518 57.48 5 2
PUERTO RICO-C -132 78.25 95.98 78.08 0.652 88.74 5 3
RHODE ISLAND-C 9 59.89 92.62 100 0.527 64.78 6 3
SOUTH CAROLINA-G 743 64.56 99.48 96 0.607 67.34 6 3
SOUTH DAKOTA-G 1 62.73 98.14 97.16 0.539 60.07 6 3
TENNESSEE-C -76 62.96 93.35 92.05 0.533 65.68 5 3
TEXAS-G -1516 56.25 99.38 82.5 0.492 53.82 4 2
UTAH-C -30 72.57 98.26 96.87 0.608 65.79 5 3
VERMONT-G 4 64.65 98.28 99.72 0.59 42.98 5 3
VIRGIN ISLANDS-C 12 86.36 97.37 75.68 0.491 64.86 5 2
VIRGINIA-G 356 59.94 92.59 98.99 0.43 49.97 4 2
WASHINGTON-G -138 54.71 98.42 100 0.501 58.66 3 2
WEST VIRGINIA-C -764 62.95 91.05 97.16 0.682 75.22 5 3
WISCONSIN-C 548 42.02 98.23 97.49 0.572 45.06 4 3
WYOMING-C 26 67.77 98.71 74.82 0.588 63.61 6 3
FY2007 file of 7/7/2008
Only preliminary state wage data for 2007 were available in February, 2008.
State average wage uses 4 quarters that are comparable to the Fiscal Year 2007.
Average wage was computed from average weekly wages Quarters 1 and 2 (preliminary) of 2007 and Quarters 3 and 4 (final) of 2006.
URL is http://data.bls.gov/PDQ/outside.jsp?survey=en