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Indicator 14 and Kentucky’s Continuous Monitoring Process (KCMP)

Indicator 14 and Kentucky’s Continuous Monitoring Process (KCMP)

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Indicator 14 and Kentucky’s Continuous Monitoring Process (KCMP)

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  1. Indicator 14 and Kentucky’s Continuous Monitoring Process (KCMP) Prepared by Kentucky Post School Outcome Center (KyPSO) Human Development Institute University of Kentucky Winter/Spring 2011

  2. March 2011 Greetings ~ The purpose of this document is to provide an example of self-monitoring for Indicator 14 using the Kentucky Continuous Monitoring Process, or KCMP. It incorporates pieces of both the KCMP for Indicator 14 as well as examples of YOYO data for the fictitious Local Education Agency (LEA) of Pleasantville. Kentucky Post School Outcome Center (KyPSO) www.kypso.org

  3. Indicator 14 Example Kentucky Department of Education Division of Learning Services Kentucky Continuous Monitoring Process (KCMP) Self-Assessment Document Winter Reporting Period District SUBMIT THIS FILE TO KDE THROUGH SECURE FILE TRANSFER (DOSE UPLOAD)

  4. From Kentucky Continuous Monitoring Process (KCMP) Indicator 14: Percent of youth who are no longer in secondary school, had IEPs in effect at the time they left school, and were: • Enrolled in higher education within one year of leaving high school • Enrolled in higher education or competitively employed within one year of leaving high school. • Enrolled in higher education or in some other postsecondary education or training program; or competitively employed or in some other employment within one year of leaving high school. OSEP Requirement: State Performance Plan Indicator 1 State Targets: 14A – 24.5% 14B – 52.7% 14C – 62.4% These are the Kentucky Department of Educations’ 2011 targets for each of the three sub-parts that compose Indicator 14. LEA targets are same as state targets. This is number of Former Students (FS) who could have responded to YOYO. It is number of KISTS Record Reviews submitted by each LEA, which should be same as number of exiting students your LEA reported. This is the number of FS who gave consent to be interviewed. These numbers come from the “Response” chart from LEA YOYO report

  5. From Youth One Year Out (YOYO) 2009-2010 “Response” Chart This is the total number of FS that could have been interviewed from across Kentucky This is the total number of FS that could have been interviewed from Pleasantville

  6. From Kentucky Continuous Monitoring Process (KCMP) This is where you document your LEAs discussion of the results and what your Data Review Team (DRT) think they may mean.

  7. From Kentucky Continuous Monitoring Process (KCMP) This is where you document your LEAs discussion of the results and what your Data Review Team (DRT) think they may mean.

  8. From Youth One Year Out (YOYO) 2009-2010 “Any Current School/Training” Chart

  9. From Kentucky Continuous Monitoring Process (KCMP)

  10. From Youth One Year Out (YOYO) 2009-2010 “Why Not Working” Chart Of the 57 FS who reported they were not working at the time of the interview, 11% said it was because they lacked the requisite job skills

  11. From Kentucky Continuous Monitoring Process (KCMP) Even though Indicator 14 is considered a new Indicator and districts have not included Indicator 14 in the previous KCMP, LEAs can document previous activities they have engaged in to help students successfully transition from high school to community settings.

  12. From Kentucky Continuous Monitoring Process (KCMP) These are some examples of why your LEA may be getting the data it is getting. Identifying the Root Causes can help identify improvement activities.

  13. From Kentucky Continuous Monitoring Process (KCMP) From your discussion of the data, what areas warrant further investigation and/or should be targeted for improvement?

  14. From Kentucky Continuous Monitoring Process (KCMP)