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1 Creating After School Partnerships to Focus on Results: An Innovative Community-Wide Approach to Using a Data Warehouse to Enhance Student Achievement Martin Bell Deputy to Superintendent Community Development and Governmental Relations Dr. Robert Rodosky Executive Director Accountability, Research, and Planning Darrell Aniton Division Director Louisville Metro Office of Youth Development Don Shaw Executive Director Salvation Army Boys and Girls Clubs of Louisville

2 Jefferson County Public Schools Louisville, Kentucky 26 th largest school district in U.S. 13,000+ full-time employees 2,840 business partnerships 97,600 students (1/7 of all students in KY) 34.7% African-American 57.6% White 7.7% Other

3 150 Schools 3- and 4- year-oldspreschool K-5 (Elementary)86 schools 6-8 (Middle)22 schools 9-12 (High)19 schools Special Education3 schools Alternative/Other20 schools

4 A Place For Every Child Alternative Programs: A Place for Every Child Breckinridge Metropolitan Kennedy Metropolitan Jefferson County High School Positive Outreach Program (POP) Suspension Truancy Off-site Program (STOP) middle and high suspensions Buechel Metropolitan Great Onyx Liberty High School Teenage Pregnancy Program (TAPP) State Agency Schools grades 9-12 (drugs, weapons, assaults) grades 6-8 (drugs, weapons, assaults) high school dropouts grades 8-12 (high school alternative instruction) post-adjudicated youth adjudicated youth Job Corps center elementary student suspensions N O E X P U L S I O N S

5 Vision Collect participation data on students in programs targeted and assess the impact of the program on identified student indicators ie: Does Stephen participation in the Community School program impact his attendance in school, discipline referrals in school, grades, etc.

6 Jefferson County Community of Collaboration Neighborhood Place Every 1 Reads Community Schools KidTrax Partnership Louisville Education and Employment Partnership

7 { Hours in Community, Home, and School 33.3% 13% 8.79% 157,680 8,760 5, ,120 13, ,000 40,000 60,000 80, , , , , , Age Hours Hours LivedHours AwakeHours in School

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9 Then and Now SitesPartners

10 Process for Partnership Partner Contacts JCPS Signs Confidentiality Agreements KIDTRAX Purchased KIDTRAX Installed Parent Confidentiality Agreement Upload CASCADE Training

11 How CASCADE and KidTrax Work Together.

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18 Outcomes - Attendance F = 13.60, p <.01, ES =.21

19 Outcomes - Suspensions

20 Outcomes - Reading

21 Outcomes - Mathematics

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23 After School Impact Summary Attendance: Statistically significant impact –(F = 13.60, p <.01, ES=.21) Suspensions: No statistical significance –(chi-square = 5.59, P >.05) Reading: –Statistically significant impact –(chi-square = 12.34, p <.01, Cramer V=.06) Mathematics: –Statistically significant impact –(chi-square = 10.31, p <.01, Cramer V=.06)

24 24.0% 76.0% 31.4% 68.6% 0.0% 20.0% 40.0% 60.0% 80.0% ControlTreatment JEFFERSON COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS NCLB Educational Supplementary Services Reading At-Risk Paid Free/Reduced

25 35.3% 64.7% 37.2% 62.8% 0.0% 20.0% 40.0% 60.0% 80.0% ControlTreatment JEFFERSON COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS NCLB Educational Supplementary Services Reading Race Non-Minority Minority

26 30.6% 34.5%34.9% 28.3% 34.7% 37.0% 0.0% 20.0% 40.0% ControlTreatment JEFFERSON COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS NCLB Educational Supplementary Services Reading KCCT Baseline Novice Apprentice Proficient/Distinguished

27 16.7% 43.4% 39.9% 15.6% 44.6% 39.8% 0.0% 20.0% 40.0% 60.0% ControlTreatment JEFFERSON COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS NCLB Educational Supplementary Services Reading Novice Apprentice Proficient/Distinguished

28 NCLB SES Impact Summary Reading: –Treatment and control group were similar in previous achievement (chi-square =.48, p =.79) –Treatment and control group were similar in posttest (chi- square =.17, p =.92)… Mathematics: –Treatment and control group were somewhat similar in previous achievement (chi-square = 2.63, p =.27) –Treatment and control group were not similar in posttest (chi-square = 6.50, p =.04)

29 Collaboration In Louisville, collaboration is the key. The first thought is always to come together to determine how we can develop and establish partnerships to build assets for youth.

30 Funding Organizations Alliance for Youth (state funds) Office of Youth Development (local) Metro United Way (non-profit) Human Services Department (local) Federal Funding Local Foundations (private)

31 Goal/Purpose Build capacity for community-based and faith-based organizations to meet the challenging needs of local young people and create a mechanism to allow these organizations to share information with schools.

32 Capacity Building Training –Youth Service Worker Training –Youth Agency Roundtable Discussion –Advancing Youth Development (AED) –Afternoon of Youth Development –Outcomes Measurement (mandatory) –Organizational Sustainability –KidTrax (implementation & training)

33 KidTrax System Local government has mandated (and funded) many youth organizations to utilize KidTrax as a method of sharing information with the JCPS district to assist these agencies to measure outcomes of their programs.

34 Community-wide Initiative KidTrax is also utilized to assist our community to measure the progress of our community-wide Every 1 Reads Initiative, which has a goal of ensuring that every child within the JCPS district is reading on grade level by the year 2008.

35 Community Based Organizations Impact on Student Achievement The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs of Louisville

36 Pre KIDTRAX / JCPS School Connectivity Data Collection on club members, and multiple sites. Paper reports, Excel Sheets resulting in time consuming process, self reports, subject to human error. Rely on parent providing membership info, tend to not provide family income, legal guardianship, and number in household. Student performance indicators Report card collection, meetings with teachers, attendance clerks, relying on other professionals, excel sheets. Again time consuming, subject to human error and difficulty in understanding individual club member needs. Historical data difficult to validate Observations and self reports of risk taking behaviors, poor school attendance, academic performance, graduations, school enrollment

37 Evidence Increase attendance in school Reduction in Suspension behaviors Improved Standardized Test Scores Improved PAS Scores Reduction in Tardy Behaviors Increase in family participation in clubs

38 Today KIDTRAX / JCPS School Connectivity Data Collection Multiple sites connected, data integrity, tracking membership and attendance of club members electronically. Connectivity View student performance indicators including suspensions, behavioral referral data, unexcused absences, tardy, percent attendance, standardized test scores. Accurate family information including Free & Reduced Lunch status, Guardianship, number in household, and who child lives with, emergency contacts. Historical Data Demonstrates changes in population, provides programming needs, integrity in data collection and demonstrating outcomes, demonstrates effective fiscal management of resources.

39 Policy Implications 1.No Child Left Behind - Supplemental Services- Accountability 2.Ear Marks and School- Accountability 3. Community Schools- 21 st Century Grants and School accountability 4.Technology Interoperability- SIF


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