Engaging Disconnected Young People in Education and Work

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Project_Rise_Report_October_2015

A.1 Characteristics of Study Participants at the Time of Enrollment,

Cohorts 1 Through 8 117

A.2 Quarterly Participation Outcomes, Within 3 to 12 Months of Entering

Project Rise, Cohorts 2, 3, 4, and 5 120

A.3 Selected Characteristics of Program Participants, by Gender and

Parenting Status 121

A.4 Selected Characteristics of Program Participants, by Age Group and

Cohort Status 123

B.1 Cost Per Cohort 128

B.2 Cost Per Enrollee 129

C.1 Baseline Data Collection Dates for Each Cohort, by Site 136

C.2 Participation Data Collection Dates for Each Cohort, by Site 142

C.3 Staff Interviewed During Each Site Visit 145

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ES.1 Schematic Depiction of the Project Rise Model ES-6

1.1 Schematic Depiction of the Project Rise Model 3

2.1 Pre-Enrollment Screening Analysis for Cohort 3 31

2.2 Participant Selection Process, by Site, Cohort 3 34

3.1 Flow of Young Adults Through Project Rise Over the 12-Month

Follow-Up Period, Cohorts 2, 3, 4, and 5 51

4.1 High School Diploma or Equivalency Certificate Attainment Rates

Within 12 Months of Entering Project Rise, by Baseline TABE Grade

Level Equivalent (GLE) Scores 82

C.1 Project Rise Baseline Information Form 137

C.2 Management Information System Participation Data Template 143

C.3 Sample Staff Interview Protocol Questions 146

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2.1 Project Rise Eligibility Requirements 23

2.2 Staff and Participant Perspectives on the Selection Process 29

2.3 Description of Post-Eligibility Screening Stages 33

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