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WIA Performance and Common Measures Where are we now? by Anthony L. Joseph, Ph.D. Program Manager Workforce Development & Training Division, NYSDOL.

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1 WIA Performance and Common Measures Where are we now? by Anthony L. Joseph, Ph.D. Program Manager Workforce Development & Training Division, NYSDOL

2 WIA Performance & Common Measures 1 Discussion Overview 1.WIA Performance, the Basics Perspectives on performance. How did New York State do. How did Local Areas do. Persistent Problems. 2.USDOL/ETA Common Measures Policy What do Common Measures mean? 3.Implementation of Common Measures USDOL & NYSDOL Expectations WIA Program Year (PY) 2005 & PY 2006 performance negotiations

3 WIA Performance & Common Measures 2 References – USDOL/ETA Training and Employment Guidance Letter (TEGL) 28-04,Common Measures Policy, April 15, 2005 (Rescinds TEGL Common Measures Policy, December 10, 2003). TEGL 27-04,Negotiating Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Title 1B Performance Goals for Program Years (PY) 2005 and 2006, April 14, Federal Register Notice (FRN) / Information Collection Request (ICR) Workforce Investment Act Standardized Reporting Database (WIASRD) Specifications for Common Measures, ICR, WIA Management Information and Reporting System, Vol.70, No.59, March 29, FRN/ICR, Proposed ICR Submitted for Public Comment and Recommendations; ETA Management Information and Longitudinal Evaluation (EMILE) Reporting System, Vol. 69, No. 136, July 16, TEGL No. 7-99, Core and Customer Satisfaction Performance Measures for the Workforce Investment System, March 3, 2000.

4 WIA Performance & Common Measures 3 References – New York State WDS Technical Advisory (TA) #05-2, LWIA plans and strategies to comply with reporting requirements under the U.S. Department of Labors (USDOL) Common Measures Policy and ETA Management Information and Longitudinal Evaluation (EMILE) Reporting System, February 4, NYSDOL Comments on EMILE Reporting System, September 10, 2004 – In response to USDOL/ETAs Federal Register Notice of July 16, WDS TA #04-18, Common Measures Youth Literacy and Numeracy Gains – New Requirement to Provide Guidelines on Entering Literacy and Numeracy Data into OSOS, September 20, WDS TA #04-5, NYSDOL Policy Regarding the Implementation of Common Performance Measures for Workforce Investment Act Title 1B Employment and Training Programs, May 7, 2004.

5 WIA Performance & Common Measures 4 Performance Perspectives 1.USDOL/ETA perspective on program performance. WIA Performance Measures. Common Measures Policy. 2.Administration/Congress/Public and other stakeholder perspectives on program performance How many individuals (participants) are we serving. This is as important as the USDOL/ETA performance measures … If not more important!

6 WIA Performance & Common Measures 5 Comparison of WIA PY04 Q3 to PY03 Q3 Participant and Exit Levels

7 WIA Performance & Common Measures 6 Comparison of WIA PY04 Q3 to PY03 Q3 Participant and Exit Levels

8 WIA Performance & Common Measures 7 Adult (18 and older) 1.Entered Employment 2.Employ. Retention 3.Avg. Earnings Change 4.Credential Attain. Dislocated Worker 1.Entered Employment 2.Employ. Retention 3.Avg. Earnings Change 4.Credential Attain. WIA Performance Measures PY 2004 Older Youth (ages 19 to 21) 1.Entered Employment 2.Employ. Retention 3.Avg. Earnings Change 4.Credential Attain. Younger Youth (ages 14 to 18) 1.Diploma/GED Attain. 2.Retention 3.Skill Attain. Customer Satisfaction – Individuals and Business Customers

9 WIA Performance & Common Measures 8 NY Statewide WIA Performance – PY04 Quarter 3

10 WIA Performance & Common Measures 9 A Look at Local Area Performance Number of Locals Areas Failing Performance PY 2004 Quarter 2 Persistent Problem Measures: Earnings Change – Adult & Older Youth Credential Rate – Older Youth

11 WIA Performance & Common Measures 10 Local Areas in Sanction Status "F" -- Failed the performance standard for the measure in the current quarter – PY04 Q2. "S1" Sanction Status Failed in 1 Year – PY03. (13 LWIAs) "S2" Sanction Status Failed in 2 consecutive years – PY02&03. (6 LWIAs) "S3" Sanction Status Failed in 3 consecutive years – PY 01, 02 & 03. (13 LWIAs)

12 WIA Performance & Common Measures 11 USDOL/ETA Common Measures USDOL/ETAs Common Measures Policy TEGL No (rescinds TEGL 15-03, December 10, 2003) All programs administered by USDOL/ETA will be subject to the common measures – Covers: 1) Employment Service/Labor Exchange; 2) Trade Adjustment Assistance; and 3) WIA (including National Emergency Grants). No longer separate performance measures for the WIA Adult and Dislocated Worker programs, and the WIA Older Youth and Younger Youth programs. Eligibility for these programs does not change.

13 WIA Performance & Common Measures 12 USDOL/ETA Common Measures Policy (per TEGL 28-04) Adult Measures: 1.Entered Employ. Rate 2.Retention Rate 3.Earnings Increase Youth Measures: 1.Placement in Employment or Education. 2.Attain. of a Degree or Certificate 3.Literacy and Numeracy

14 WIA Performance & Common Measures 13 Notable Changes Introduced in TEGL Efficiency measure removed. 2.Definition of Exit and Date of Exit. 3.Participants counted in performance. 4.Individuals in secondary school at exit are included in youth measures. 5.Supplemental employment information is valid for employment and retention outcomes. 6.Adult Earning Change measure methodology revised. 7.Literacy & Numeracy measure applies only to Out-of-School Youth.

15 WIA Performance & Common Measures 14 Definition of Exit Exit – Occurs when a participant does not receive a service funded by the program (or a partner program) for 90 consecutive calendar days, and is not scheduled for future services. Date of Exit – Is applied retroactively to the last day on which the participant received a service funded by WIA or a partner program. NYSDOL is considering modifying OSOS to: Produce automatic exits for participants. Allow services provided by a partner program to be used to extend the point of exit This is allowed, provided the program has the capacity to track participants until the individual exits all services funded by the program or partner program.

16 WIA Performance & Common Measures 15 Participants Counted in Performance Encourages inclusion of individuals who access core self- services and/or information activities in performance. Furthermore, FRN/IRC (March 29, 2005) is calling for reporting of customer detail on these individuals in the WIASRD specification. These individuals are currently excluded from performance measurement. However, the Administration is proposing to remove this exemption as part of WIA reauthorization. NYSDOL is assessing reporting this information from Local area swipe card data.

17 WIA Performance & Common Measures 16 Youth in Secondary School at Exit Youth in secondary school at exit are included in the youth measures: Placement in Employment or Education Attainment of a Degree or Certificate TEGL excluded youth in secondary school at exit from these measures. The rationale/motive is to encourage youth to successfully complete secondary school (contribute to better long-term success in the workforce).

18 WIA Performance & Common Measures 17 Adult & Dislocated Worker Comparison of WIA and Common Measures

19 WIA Performance & Common Measures 18 Adult & Dislocated Worker Comparison of WIA and Common Measures

20 WIA Performance & Common Measures 19 Youth (Older & Younger) Comparison of WIA and Common Measures

21 WIA Performance & Common Measures 20 Youth (Older & Younger) Comparison of WIA and Common Measures

22 WIA Performance & Common Measures 21 Youth (older & Younger) Comparison of WIA and Common Measures Applies to Out-of-school youth only. Pretest must occur 60-days following enrollment. NYSDOL will require Local areas to report this information on a quarterly basis beginning PY05.

23 WIA Performance & Common Measures 22 Negotiating Performance for PY 2005 and PY 2006

24 WIA Performance & Common Measures 23 Performance Measure Cohorts PY04, 05 & 06

25 WIA Performance & Common Measures 24 The End Thank you!


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