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1 CTE Accountability and Planning Perkins Planning Meeting March 2013 MSDE/DCCR Accountability Team Pat Mikos, Program Manager George Comegys, CTE Specialist Matt Koerner, CTE Specialist Mike Beck, CTE Specialist

2 This Session: CTE Accountability 101 Measures and Requirements What’s in the CTE PQI? Review of the Reports Perkins Plan Development What’s Next? Complete 2013 Collection/Reporting

3 Review of CTE Data Collection and Reporting Enrollment Files April 30 th Outcome Files Aug. 15 th Update List A Sept. 30 th CTE Programs (CIP & course codes) Enrollment (with Concentrators) End of Year Status (grad, dropout, tech ach) MDCTEDATA.ORG

4 Perkins IV: Secondary Indicators 1.Academic Attainment: Reading/LA and Math 2.Technical Skill Attainment 3.Secondary School Completion 4.Student Graduation Rate 5.Secondary Placement 6.Non-Traditional Participation & Completion

5 Perkins IV: Postsecondary Indicators 1.Technical Skill Attainment 2.Credential, Certificate, or Diploma 3.Student Retention or Transfer 4.Student Placement 5.Non-Traditional Participation & Completion CTE Concentrator: A postsecondary/adult student who completes at least 12 academic or CTE credits within a single program area sequence that is comprised of 12 or more academic and technical credits and terminates in the award of an industry-recognized credential, a certificate, or a degree

6 This Session: What’s in the PQI? Review of the Reports

7 CTE Data Analysis Program Quality Index (PQI) Programs by cluster – enrollment, Perkins outcomes Local Perkins Accountability Report (LPAR) Shows three year trend for each measure Negotiated Targets and the 90% rule Data Summary Sheets Cluster Information – enrollment and graduates Program Performance – highest & lowest performing

8 2012 PQI Data Sheet

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13 Perkins Accountability Targets State Performance Levels are established by OVAE targets and previous performance Local Performance Levels adjusted to baseline performance based on relative performance (quartile) for each measure Improvement plans will be required if any of the performance measures are not met (90%) 2012: If 90% of target is not met for 3 consecutive years, in the same measure, subsequent action is taken. (2008 was the transition year and is not included in timelines for improvement)

14 Setting and Negotiating Local Targets Rate of Growth is 16% Rate of Growth is 1.5 x 16% = 24% Rate of Growth is 0.5 x 16% = 8% Rate of Growth is set by the State Target, set by OVAE

15 Negotiation of Local Targets Target is met – Yeh! Any reason 2012 would not be met? TSA – expanding testing areas… Eliminating / Adding programs 2011 Target not met – give explanation new assessment process data collection limitation other… March  May 2012 review of information, negotiation of targets… Signature line with submission of Perkins Plan _________________

16 Data Summary Charts/Graphs

17 Distribution by Cluster - within LEA

18 CTE Program Performance 1S1,1S2, 2S1, 4S1

19 4% CTE data collection/reporting challenges –HSA Pass Rates: Target program areas with high number of students completing “Bridge Projects” –TSA Collection: Increasing support for testing centers Working with SIS to include indicators for Taking / Passing –CTE Completer Status: Scheduling and guidance to support completion Working with SIS to include CTE Program Completion with USM –Non-Traditional Program Areas: Scheduling and guidance to support enrollment and completion

20 What’s Next?  Review the Specifications Manual for CTE Data Collection: Files may be submitted as “flat file” or Excel Race/Ethnicity – new federal guidelines Record Layout – full last name and first name

21 Due Dates April 30, 2013 – SY secondary enrollment due June 15, 2013 – CTE Concentrator File Posted August 15, 2013 – CTE Outcome File Due September 30, 2013 – List A Verification (for ) October 30, 2013 – Postsecondary Fall Enrollment


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