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1 MSSN Survey on At-Risk Services and Collaboration Summary April, 2006 University of Missouri-Columbia Office of Social & Economic Data Analysis

2 The Survey Adequacy of 20 Specific At-Risk Services Quality of Collaboration Collected via the Web (Jan & Feb 2006) Sent to Nearly 4,000 s So we’d have information to improve services for kids so they’ll do better.

3 Thanks! 1,144 Respondents from agency listings Dennis Gragg Eveleyn Wilson Marjorie Cole Patricia Carter Ann Wilson Tamitha Price Julie Cole Agee Ginny Vandelict Richard Phillips Gail Nash Linda Washburn

4 The Respondents Not a random sample lists for key institutional positions 1, % response rate In 2003 sample included only educators In 2006 sought wider participation

5 Daily 81% Weekly 11%

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9 Survey Response is Representative of 2004 Missouri Population for all MSSN Regions Except for Region 9 (St. Louis - 19% under)

10 The Respondents 53% More than 10 years experience 68% Over 40 years old 70% Female 55% Have at least a Masters Degree Excellent “Key Informants” for services and collaboration

11 Services Adequacy of Services Level of Collaboration Special Education Support74%68% GED Programs66%60% Health & Education Programs58% Individual & Group Tutoring58%50% Credit Recovery54%49% Needs & Risk Assessment53%50% Alternative Schools48% Pct “Very Adequate or Adequate” High Rankings

12 Pct “Very Adequate or Adequate” Low Rankings Services Adequacy of Services Level of Collaboration Adult Mentoring25%27% Peer Mentoring30%29% Family Support Services31%33% Mental Health Services33%31% Transition Services36%33% Drug & Alcohol Counseling37% Social Work Services39%40%

13 Relationship Between Perceptions of Service Adequacy and Collaboration The correlation is over.90 Therefore the chances are very good that if we increase collaboration we will be increasing the adequacy of services

14 From Awareness to Collaboration Percent Reporting Level Level of Collaborative Interaction Current Desired Aware of their services and activities Communicate with them regularly Cooperate with them routinely Collaborate with them actively

15 What Respondents say most needs to be done to improve services Percent Increase collaboration25.2 Overcome resource limitations23.2 Improve family support programs21.4 Improve student education12.8 Improve parent education & engagement8.3 Improve communications6.7 Other2.4

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18 Summary Strong desire to increase collaboration Correlation of Adequacy and Collaboration Resource limitations (not enough time!) constrain collaboration and services Some regional differences. Lists of practical next steps by region


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