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FFY 2007 Annual Performance Report - TEA - Home School ...

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For confidentiality reasons, technology-based security provided protection of all of the data. Project programs involved dual password settings to prevent access by any non-project team members. In addition, Marketing Research Association’s (MRA) recommended industry-wide practices protected both client and respondent confidentiality. ESC Region XI for verification and filing, accepted Non-Disclosure agreements from employees involved with the survey portion of the project The Grade-12 Exit Survey � Administered before a cohort graduates or leaves high school, the survey is designed to collect information on students’ educational experiences and preparation for life after high school. Contact information is also gathered to assist in locating students after they leave the school environment. The Post-School Survey � Administered to the exiting cohort of students within one year of leaving high school. This survey is used to obtain information about where former high school students study, work, live, and spend their free time. The Post-School Survey link: http://www.esc11.net/TES/survey/. Actual Target Data for FFY 2007: FFY 2006 2006-07 FFY 2007 2007-08 A. Competitively employed 28 34% 389 28% B. Enrolled in some type of postsecondary school 18 22% 206 15% C. Competitively employed and enrolled in some type of postsecondary school 21 26% 536 39% D. Number of youth who had IEPs, are no longer in secondary school and who have been competitively employed, enrolled in some type of postsecondary school, or both, within one year of leaving high school 67 82% 1,131 82% E. Number of youth in the reporting sample 82 1,381 % of youth who had IEPs, are no longer in secondary school and who have been competitively employed, enrolled in some type of postsecondary school, or both, within one year of leaving high school (D / E * 100) Definitions 82% 82% Competitive Employment: work in an integrated setting at least part-time, in which an individual is compensated on/ above minimum wage; and may include supported employment and self-employment. “Full-time” work was defined as engaging in competitive employment 35 or more hours a week, and earning at least $5.85, minimum wage, in a general public setting. “Part-time” work is defined as engaging in competitive employment 34 or less hours a week. Post Secondary School: any public or private university, college, community college, technical training school, vocational school, certificate program, or other educational and/or training entity that leads an individual towards employment. Summary of Results Part B State Annual Performance Report for FFY 2007 February 1, 2009 (OMB NO: 1820-0624 / Expiration Date: 08-31-2009) Page 75

Most post-school survey participants have been both enrolled in postsecondary training, technical school, community college or university and employed (39%). The second most common situation, representing 28% were employed but not enrolled. Eighteen percent of the participants reported they were neither enrolled, nor employed and 15% reported they were enrolled but not employed. It is clear that more participants have been employed (67%), regardless of their enrollment status. Fifty-four percent of the participants have been enrolled in postsecondary training regardless of their employment status. Of the participants that worked/work, the overwhelming majority report being employed by the community. Most participants who have been employed worked/work at least 35 hours a week and were/are paid minimum wage. After high school, the majority of participants who enrolled in school entered a 2-year Community College and were/are enrolled full-time. Discussion of Improvement Activities Completed and Explanation of Progress or Slippage that occurred for FFY 2007: I. Improvement Activities Completed: The improvement activities related to increasing the percent of youth who had IEPs, are no longer in secondary school and who have been competitively employed, enrolled in some type of postsecondary school, or both, within one year of leaving high school are interrelated to several other indicators in the Annual Performance Report (APR) including: � Indicator 1 Graduation � Indicator 2: Dropout Rate � Indicator 13: Transition Planning When addressing the Post-school Outcomes indicator, the data from these indicators easily contributes to the outcomes associated with Indicator 14. Based on the previous findings, discussion, baseline data, and program evaluation information presented, in order to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the TES the following activities are complete or continuing for 2007-2008. FFY 2007 Technical Assistance Update As part of the consequence of the State’s determination level of Needs Assistance or lower for two consecutive years, the State is required to report in its Annual Performance Report technical assistance it sought during the reporting period. In addition to participating in the regularly scheduled monthly technical assistance calls with OSEP, the following technical assistance was received for this indicator: � TEA staff attended the National Accountability Conference and OSEP Leadership Conference held in Baltimore, Maryland in August, 2008. The conference provided OSEP guidance, clarification, technical assistance, and presentations related to indicator 14 in the SPP/APR. Additionally, the conference afforded TEA staff the opportunity to network with other states in regard to their approach, experience and activities associated with the indicator. � ESC staff participated in conference calls and attended conferences sponsored by the National Post-School Outcomes Center (NPSOC) to enhance training associated with the collection of post school outcome data. During 2007-2008, the Texas Effectiveness Study project completed the following Improvement Activities: Survey Improvements � The network shortened and revised the grade 12 Exiting Survey and Postsecondary Follow-up Part B State Annual Performance Report for FFY 2007 February 1, 2009 (OMB NO: 1820-0624 / Expiration Date: 08-31-2009) Page 76

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