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Wait List Overview Board Meeting September 18, 2012.

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1 Wait List Overview Board Meeting September 18, 2012

2 Wait List Overview - Agenda KinderWait Overview Description and functionality Basic Wait List information Wait List data by age group Summer Wait List information Sibling wait list information Head Start and Early Head Start 2

3 KinderWait Overview KinderWait is EECs web-based central waitlist system that was launched in summer of Main functions include: Application intake for Income Eligible children. Performs an eligibility check and identifies the Eligibility (No Eligible Program, Income Eligible, Head start) Waitlist management: Tracks family application status. Supplies Providers with information regarding families that meet their enrollment criteria. 3

4 KinderWait access Who has access to KinderWait? EEC Regional Offices Contract Providers CCRRs Mass211 Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Programs KinderWait client access is available to those families that are on the waitlist. When families are added to the waitlist they are offered online access to a self service tool. They can update their application as needed and access their information. A future KinderWait release will add the ability for families to view their status and to see from whom they have received available funding notifications. 4

5 Age Groups Definitions Data presented falls into the following age groups: Infant: 0 to 14 months Toddler: 15 to 32 months Preschool: 33 to 59 months School age: 60 months and above 5

6 Number of Active Children on the Wait List by age group MonthInfantToddlerPreschoolSchool age Total Aug ,589 4,825 6,168 8,022 22,604 Sept ,120 5,630 8,132 9,022 26,904 Oct ,431 6,154 8,866 10,325 29,776 Nov ,600 6,547 9,472 11,362 31,981 Dec ,804 6,970 10,072 12,287 34,133 Jan ,882 7,309 10,630 13,151 35,972 Feb ,956 7,691 11,254 14,129 38,030 March ,967 8,109 11,858 15,058 39,992 April ,072 8,534 12,684 15,145 41,435 May ,038 8,885 13,378 16,155 43,456 Jun ,020 9,163 14,198 17,388 45,769 July ,002 9,458 14,751 18,497 47,708 Aug ,129 9,722 15,239 19,468 49,558 6

7 School Age distribution for children on the Wait List 7 School Age Number of Children Above 134 TOTAL19462 As of August 2012

8 Number of Active Children on the Wait List by EEC Region Age Total Infant Toddler Preschool School Age Data is as of 8/1/2012

9 Duration on Wait List prior to enrollment (Aug 2011 to Aug 2012) AgeNumber enrolled in last year Average Days (Months) Std Deviation (Months) Median (Months) Infant (5.1)142 (4.8)122 (4.1) Toddler (5.9)171 (5.7)119 (3.9) Preschool (4.1)142 (4.7)66 (2.2) School Age (3.6)151 (5.0)43 (1.4) 9

10 10 Average time on wait list for children enrolled in last 90 days (May Aug 2012) Infants had the lowest waiting period(5.3 months) while Toddlers had the highest (8 months)

11 Summer 2012 Wait List information Summer Only Wait List children refer to School Age children only (60 months of age or older) Number of Children on the Wait List with priority code of Summer Only Number of Available Funding Letters sent Number of Children that were enrolled in Summer from Wait List Note: 2011 numbers are lower due to newness of KinderWait application (launched in 2011)

12 Number of siblings of children enrolled on the Wait List by region Age Totals Infant Toddler Preschool School Age

13 Number of Children who received Funding Letter and Number of AFLs sent (Aug 2011 to Aug 2012) Age GroupNo. of Children who received Funding Letters No. of AFLs sent Infant 2,049 2,745 Toddler 3,252 4,103 Preschool 7,36411,247 School Age 4,669 6,247 Total16,86224,342 13

14 Number of children enrolled in last 90 days (May Aug 2012) 14

15 Children that may be eligible for Head Start and Early Head Start Number of Children Average days (months) Standard Dev Median Head Start12, (10 months) Early Head Start3, (9 months) As of August 2012 The Head Start Program is a nationally funded program that promotes school readiness through quality early educational experiences and services including: Health, Mental Health, Nutrition, Social Services and Parent Involvement. Early Head Start program was established to serve children from birth to 35 months of age. Early Head Start Program promotes healthy prenatal outcomes, healthy families and infant and toddler development.


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