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

FY 2009 Blind 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 (>= 68.9%) Ind 1.3: Competitive Employment (>= 35.4%) Ind 1.4: Significant Disability (>= 89.0%) Ind 1.5: Earnings Ratio (>= .59) Ind 1.6: Self Support (>= 30.4) Number of indicators in standard 1 that were passed Number of primary indicators (1.3 to 1.5) in standard 1 that were passed
ARKANSAS-B 3 78.05 73.17 99.80 0.629 23.33 5 3
CONNECTICUT-B -24 84.73 83.26 100.00 0.661 20.62 4 3
DELAWARE-B 12 76.27 91.11 92.68 0.520 65.85 5 2
FLORIDA-B -25 58.87 96.46 99.93 0.654 36.07 4 3
IDAHO-B -35 69.23 92.59 99.20 0.790 30.40 5 3
IOWA-B -37 77.29 92.42 100.00 0.853 17.44 4 3
KENTUCKY-B -29 79.53 86.79 100.00 0.664 29.66 4 3
MAINE-B -79 64.71 38.50 98.61 0.845 47.22 4 3
MASSACHUSETTS-B 27 64.91 54.31 100.00 0.723 22.03 4 3
MICHIGAN-B -119 52.89 79.95 99.68 0.613 29.52 3 3
MINNESOTA-B -3 48.17 92.40 100.00 0.665 35.44 4 3
MISSOURI-B 10 79.73 87.38 100.00 0.669 30.82 6 3
NEBRASKA-B -11 46.89 94.90 100.00 0.722 49.46 4 3
NEW JERSEY-B -24 69.13 94.57 99.63 0.555 40.56 4 2
NEW MEXICO-B 3 46.63 100.00 100.00 0.975 63.33 5 3
NEW YORK-B -307 69.80 73.33 98.64 0.579 37.87 4 2
NORTH CAROLINA-B -172 64.51 98.83 96.79 0.580 31.22 3 2
OREGON-B -16 56.38 74.06 99.36 0.789 38.22 4 3
SOUTH CAROLINA-B 18 66.63 73.39 95.71 0.674 22.10 4 3
SOUTH DAKOTA-B 12 78.10 94.86 99.51 0.699 33.99 6 3
TEXAS-B -33 70.12 89.23 99.88 0.576 32.91 4 2
VERMONT-B -26 72.91 68.92 98.04 0.718 25.49 4 3
VIRGINIA-B -27 59.63 94.05 98.19 0.630 42.77 4 3
WASHINGTON-B -22 63.51 100.00 96.81 0.774 42.91 4 3

FY2009 file of 6/10/2010

*FY2009 combines data from FY 2008 and 2009

FY2008 file of 2/14/2009

FY2008 combines data from FY 2007 and 2008.

FY2007 file of 2/8/2008

Only preliminary state wage data for 2009 were available in June 2010.

State average wage uses 4 quarters that are comparable to the Fiscal Year 2009.

Average wage was computed from average weekly wages Quarters 1 and 2 (preliminary) of 2009 and Quarters 3 and 4 (final) of 2008.

Average wage was computed from average weekly wages Quarters 1 and 2 (preliminary) of 2009 and Quarters 3 and 4 (final) of 2008.

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