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  1. Self Actual- ization Well Being Esteem Social Permanency Safety Safety Physiological Florida Statute 39.001 (3) ASFA-1997 FCA-2008 Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs K-12 Education Report Card Case Manager Training School Stability - Mentor - Attendance - Performance - Student Involvement - Parent Involvement - ESE - Behavior - Graduation Progress

  2. K-12 Report Card Course Objectives Participants will: • Understand the goal of improving education outcomes as part of the dependency system’s child well being focus. • Understand the 3 key components of the K-12 Report Card System. • Gain an understanding of the 9 domains on the K-12 Report Card. • Learn how to complete the K-12 Report Card and submit it electronically following approved protocols. • Learn how to access K-12 reports from FSFN Reports.

  3. Evolution of Well Being: The Road that Paved the Way Fla Statute 39 1990’s Child Protection 2001 Child Safety Assessment (CSA) 1997 Permanency Adoption and Safe Families Act (ASFA) Home Safenet (HSn) Family Engagement Services Fostering Connections Act (FCA) 2008 Well Being Fla Safe Families Network (FSFN) Medical Home K-12 Report Card Child Well Being/ Life Skills Model 2012 IV-E Waiver

  4. Child Welfare: Big 3 Targets What are YOU doing to achieve the Big 3 for every child?

  5. Danielle, a young adult with foster care experience, said “My case manager asked me about school. No one else ever cared enough to ask. I began to think school might matter to her, and maybe it should matter to me.”

  6. Why is it important from a “practice” perspective to focus on the education outcomes for youth in the dependency system?

  7. Education Statutory Requirements 7

  8. Statutory Requirements: Title IV-E • Title IV-E of the Social Security Act • Indicates that “states are evaluated on whether children receive appropriate services to meet their education needs”. • Child welfare agencies are required to include education and health records in the case plan. • Regularly review and update education records; and supply education records to every foster care provider with whom the child is placed and to all young people who reach age 18 while in care. 8

  9. Statutory Requirements: Fostering Connections • Fostering Connections Act of 2008 • Requires child welfare agencies to ensure children in foster care are enrolled in school. • Consider educational stability when identifying foster care placements • Coordinate with local education agencies to ensure youth stay in their current school when placed in foster care or are immediately enrolled in a new school if it is not in their best interest to stay in their school of origin. 9

  10. Statutory Requirements: F.S.39.001(3)(f) F.S.39.001(3)(f) Equal opportunity and access to quality and effective education, which will meet the individual needs of each child, and to recreation and other community resources to develop individual abilities. 10

  11. Child Needs Self Actual- ization Well Being Esteem Social Permanency Safety Safety Physiological Florida Statute 39.001 (3) ASFA-1997 FCA-2008 Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Protection, Permanency and Well-Being government requirements are related to “Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs” This model is “Dynamic” where Well Being factors inform Safety and Permanency decision making. 11

  12. K-12 Report Card: System Components The K-12 Report Card is a “Diagnostic Tool”, based on nationally recognized education domains, that will assist Case Managers in starting a conversation with the caregiver and others to identify and address the student’s current education needs. The Remote Data Capture (RDC) K-12 Report Card submission process will make K-12 Report Card data available within FSFN in report format. The K-12 Reports including the K-12 Report Card Detail and Due/Overdue Reports are designed to help Case Managers and other staff monitor student education outcomes and monitor submission timeliness. 12

  13. K-12 Report Card Target Group Target Group for the K-12 Report Card Test during Fiscal Year 2012-2013 It is intended that for the Fiscal Year 2012-2013 test period, at a minimum, CBC Case Managers will submit K-12 Report Cards for children: 1) Ages 5 through 17 years; 2) Under Fla. Jurisdiction (residing within or outside of FL); and 3) Placed in Licensed or Non-licensed Out-of-Home Care settings. Note: Each CBC has the option to expand this target group as appropriate. The Remote Data Capture (RDC) application currently will allow K-12 Reports Cards to be submitted on any active FSFN participant ages 5 through 17 inclusive. 13

  14. K-12 Report Card Protocol It is intended that K-12 Report Cards will be submitted every 30 days. K-12 Report Card ratings should be based on the Case Manager’s observations, information gathered and discussions with appropriate others (including the student) over the last 30 days. K-12 Report Cards will be submitted by the Case Manager responsible for visiting the child. 14

  15. System Component: K-12 Report Card 9 Domains 15

  16. System Component: K-12 Report Card 9 Domains 16

  17. System Component: K-12 Report Card 9 Domains 17

  18. System Component: K-12 Report Card 9 Domains 18

  19. System Component: K-12 Report Card 9 Domains 19

  20. System Component: K-12 Report Card 9 Domains 20

  21. System Component: K-12 Report Card 9 Domains 21

  22. System Component: K-12 Report Card 9 Domains 22

  23. System Component: K-12 Report Card 9 Domains 23

  24. System Component: K-12 Report Card 9 Domains 24

  25. System Component: K-12 Report Card 9 Domains 25

  26. System Component: K-12 Report Card 9 Domains 26

  27. Benefits of the K-12 Report Card What are the benefits of Case Managers completing these K-12 Report Cards?

  28. System Component: Question So… where do I gather needed information and what do I do with it? 28

  29. System Component: Remote Data Capture (RDC) Statewide, Case Managers submit K-12 Report Cards via RDC using Blackberries, Laptops or Desktop Personal Computers. RDC pushes K-12 Report Card information to FSFN Reports 29

  30. System Component: RDC Blackberry Process 1st- RDC-BB Participant List Screen -Highlight one participant (age must be between 5 and 17 inclusive for K12 Report Card) 30

  31. System Component: RDC Blackberry Process 2nd - Select Option from RDC-BB Participant List Screen Menu Options To start or complete a K-12 Report Card To submit a completed K-12 Report Card 31

  32. System Component: RDC Blackberry Process 3rd- Record appropriate rating for each K-12 Domain on the Report Card Screen Rating hi-lited as you move fingers over it 32

  33. System Component: RDC Blackberry Process 4th - Press Trackpad to select rating and Next to move to next domain 33

  34. System Component: RDC Blackberry Process 5th - Continue selecting ratings and moving to next domain. View completed outcomes by ‘scrolling’ left or right. Selected ratings are displayed in Green 34

  35. System Component: RDC Blackberry Process 6th - Comments Screen is conditionally required. A rating of U, NA or a 3 or Less for any Domain will require a comment 35

  36. System Component: RDC Blackberry Process 7th - Save K12 Report Card This only saves Report Card. User must access “Upload K-12 Report Card” to Submit Report Card to FSFN Reports (see 2nd step above) 36

  37. System Component: RDC Blackberry Process 8th - Successful Save notification WORK HABIT TIP If you have already entered some text, but need to review the domain or ratings before you can complete the Comments, then consider saving the Report Card with comments as is, then scroll back to the domain screen to review the selected rating, then return to the Comments screen, complete the Comments and Save again. 37

  38. System Component: RDC Blackberry Process 9th - Participant List Status Indicators P= A Complete Report Card ready to submit (i.e. Pending) I= An Incomplete Report Card 38

  39. System Component: RDC Blackberry Process 10th - Upload K12 Report Card from Participant List Select Upload for a participant to Submit a Report Card 39

  40. System Component: RDC Blackberry Process 11th - Successful upload notification. Message provided to user following successful upload 40

  41. System Component: RDC Laptop Process 1st- RDC K12 RC Screen for training Participant List screen – Highlight one and select K-12 Report Card button K-12 Report Card Status Provided Select K-12 Report Card 41

  42. System Component: RDC Laptop Process 2nd - Record appropriate rating for each K-12 Domain on the Report Card Screen 42

  43. System Component: RDC Laptop Process 3rd- Select appropriate rating for each K-12 Domain on the Report Card Screen When a rating has been selected, radio button filled in and text is green. 43

  44. System Component: RDC Laptop Process 4th - Comments Screen is conditionally required. A rating of U, NA or a 3 or Less for any Domain will require a comment Only 250 Characters are available for comments 44

  45. System Component: RDC Laptop Process 4th - Comments Screen is conditionally required. A rating of U, NA or a 3 or Less for any Domain will require a comment Only 250 Characters are available for comments From laptop, you can only upload the Report Card from the Report Card screen. 45

  46. System Component: K-12 Reports Two (2) Key Reports: 1) Detail and 2) Due/Overdue 2) 1) K-12 Report Card Detail 46

  47. Report 1: Detail Report K-12 Report Card Detail Report 47

  48. Report 1: Detail Report K-12 Report Card Detail Report Pri Case Mgr and Most Recent Rater’s name displayed Improvement % Calculated for every Domain Outcome with Positive Improvement= Green, Stable= Yellow and Negative Improvement= Pink ‘U’s and ‘NA’s are excluded from any calculations Overall Average Education Rating Calculated for every Report Card along with improvement % Comments made by each rater are displayed 48

  49. Report 2: Due/Overdue Report 49

  50. Report 2: Due/Overdue Report User BOE Report Menu Selections displayed # of Days Since Most Recent Report Card is displayed in last Column # of Students without Report Cards Key Milestone Dates displayed Overdue displayed in Pink and Due within 7 days in Yellow 1) # of Report Cards Overdue >30 days 2) # of Report Cards Overdue >60 days 3) # of Report Cards Due within 7 Days Demographics displayed 50