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Instructions: Title I, Part D Outcomes

Consolidated Application, Spring Release, Phase II instructions for the 2011-12 Title I, Part D, Outcomes.
Data Collection Purpose

To report the academic and vocational outcomes of students served with Title I, Part D funds. This data collection will only be available for LEAs that participate in Title I, Part D.


CDE Program Staff Contact

Karen Neilsen, Education Programs Consultant, 916-319-0946, or kneilsen@cde.ca.gov


Preloaded Data

The At-Risk Programs Total Students Served will be calculated and displayed by the CARS.

The Neglected Programs Total Students Served will be calculated and displayed by the CARS.

The Juvenile Detention Programs Total Students Served will be calculated and displayed by the CARS.


Procedures

At-Risk Programs

Step Action Program Instructions
1

Report the number of students who earned high school course credit while in the At-Risk program.

The number of students who earned high school course credits cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
2 Report the total number of students who enrolled in a GED program while in the At-Risk program. The number of students who enrolled in a GED program cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
3 Report the number of students who enrolled in their local district school while in the At-Risk program, or within 30 days after exit. The number of students who enrolled in their local district school cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
4 Report the number of students who earned a GED while in the At-Risk program, or within 30 days after exit. The number of students who earned a GED cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
5 Report the number of students who obtained a high school diploma while in the At-Risk program, or within 30 days after exit. The number of students who obtained a high school diploma cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
6 Report the number of students who were accepted or enrolled into postsecondary education while in the At-Risk program, or within 30 days after exit. The number of students who were accepted or enrolled into postsecondary education cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
7 Report the number of students who enrolled in job training courses/programs while in the At-Risk program, or within 30 days after exit. The number of students who enrolled in external job training education cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
8 Report the number of students who obtained employment while in the At-Risk program, or within 30 days after exit. The number of students who obtained employment cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.

Neglected Programs

Step Action Program Instructions
1

Report the number of students who earned high school course credit while in the Neglected program.

The number of students who earned high school course credits cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
2 Report the total number of students who enrolled in a GED program while in the Neglected program. The number of students who enrolled in a GED program cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
3 Report the number of students who enrolled in their local district school while in the Neglected program, or within 30 days after exit. The number of students who enrolled in their local district school cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
4 Report the number of students who earned a GED while in the Neglected program, or within 30 days after exit. The number of students who earned a GED cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
5 Report the number of students who obtained a high school diploma while in the Neglected program, or within 30 days after exit. The number of students who obtained a high school diploma cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
6 Report the number of students who were accepted or enrolled into postsecondary education while in the Neglected program, or within 30 days after exit. The number of students who were accepted or enrolled into postsecondary education cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
7 Report the number of students who enrolled in job training courses/programs while in the Neglected program, or within 30 days after exit. The number of students who enrolled in external job training education cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
8 Report the number of students who obtained employment while in the Neglected program, or within 30 days after exit. The number of students who obtained employment cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.

Juvenile Detention Programs

Step Action Program Instructions
1

Report the number of students who earned high school course credit while in the Juvenile Detention facility.

The number of students who earned high school course credits cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
2 Report the total number of students who enrolled in a GED program while in the Juvenile Detention facility. The number of students who enrolled in a GED program cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
3 Report the number of students who enrolled in their local district school while in the Juvenile Detention facility, or within 30 days after exit. The number of students who enrolled in their local district school cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
4 Report the number of students who earned a GED while in the Juvenile Detention facility, or within 30 days after exit. The number of students who earned a GED cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
5 Report the number of students who obtained a high school diploma while in the Juvenile Detention facility, or within 30 days after exit. The number of students who obtained a high school diploma cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
6 Report the number of students who were accepted or enrolled into postsecondary education while in the Juvenile Detention facility, or within 30 days after exit. The number of students who were accepted or enrolled into postsecondary education cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
7 Report the number of students who enrolled in job training courses/programs while in the Juvenile Detention facility, or within 30 days after exit. The number of students who enrolled in external job training education cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
8 Report the number of students who obtained employment while in the Juvenile Detention facility, or within 30 days after exit. The number of students who obtained employment cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
Error Messages
Error Message Resolution
At-Risk programs: The number of students who earned high school course credits must be equal to or less than the total number of students participating in the program. At-Risk programs: The number of students who earned high school course credits cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
At-Risk programs: The number of students who enrolled in a GED program must be equal to or less than the total number of students participating in the program. At-Risk programs: The number of students who enrolled in a GED program cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
At Risk programs: The number of students who enrolled in their local district school must be equal to or less than the total number of students participating in the program. At-Risk programs: The number of students who enrolled in their local district school cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
At-Risk programs: The number of students who earned a GED must be equal to or less than the total number of students participating in the program. At-Risk programs: The number of students who earned a GED cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
At-Risk programs: The number of students who obtained a high school diploma must be equal to or less than the total number of students participating in the program. At-Risk programs: The number of students who obtained a high school diploma cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
At -Risk programs: The number of students who were accepted or enrolled into postsecondary education must be equal to or less than the total number of students participating in the program. At-Risk programs: The number of students who were accepted into postsecondary education cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
At-Risk programs: The number of students enrolled in postsecondary education must be less than or equal to the number of students who were accepted into postsecondary education. At-Risk programs: The number of students enrolled in postsecondary education cannot be greater than the number of students who were accepted into postsecondary education.
At-Risk programs: The number of students who enrolled in job training courses/programs must be equal to or less than the total number of students participating in the program. At-Risk programs: The number of students who enrolled in external job training education cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
At-Risk programs: The number of students who obtained employment must be equal to or less than the total number of students participating in the program. At-Risk programs: The number of students who obtained employment cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
Neglected programs: The number of students who earned high school course credits must be equal to or less than the total number of students participating in the program. Neglected programs: The number of students who earned high school course credits cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
Neglected programs: The number of students who enrolled in a GED program must be equal to or less than the total number of students participating in the program. Neglected programs: The number of students who enrolled in a GED program cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
Neglected programs: The number of students who enrolled in their local district school must be equal to or less than the total number of students participating in the program. Neglected programs: The number of students who enrolled in their local district school cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
Neglected programs: The number of students who earned a GED must be equal to or less than the total number of students participating in the program. Neglected programs: The number of students who earned a GED cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
Neglected programs: The number of students who obtained a high school diploma must be equal to or less than the total number of students participating in the program. Neglected programs: The number of students who obtained a high school diploma cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
Neglected programs: The number of students who were enrolled or accepted into postsecondary education must be equal to or less than the total number of students participating in the program. Neglected programs: The number of students who were accepted into postsecondary education cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
Neglected programs: The number of students enrolled in postsecondary education must be less than or equal to the number of students who were accepted into postsecondary education. Neglected programs: The number of students enrolled in postsecondary education cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
Neglected programs: The number of students who enrolled in job training courses/programs must be equal to or less than the total number of students participating in the program. Neglected programs: The number of students who enrolled in external job training education cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
Neglected programs: The number of students who obtained employment must be equal to or less than the total number of students participating in the program. Neglected programs: The number of students who obtained employment cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
Juvenile Detention programs: The number of students who earned high school course credits must be equal to or less than the total number of students participating in the program. Juvenile Detention programs: The number of students who earned high school course credits cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
Juvenile Detention programs: The number of students who enrolled in a GED program must be equal to or less than the total number of students participating in the program. Juvenile Detention programs: The number of students who enrolled in a GED program cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
Juvenile Detention programs: The number of students who enrolled in their local district school must be equal to or less than the total number of students participating in the program. Juvenile Detention programs: The number of students who enrolled in their local district school cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
Juvenile Detention programs: The number of students who earned a GED must be equal to or less than the total number of students participating in the program. Juvenile Detention programs: The number of students who earned a GED cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
Juvenile Detention programs: The number of students who obtained a high school diploma must be equal to or less than the total number of students participating in the program. Juvenile Detention programs: The number of students who obtained a high school diploma cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
Juvenile Detention programs: The number of students who were accepted or enrolled into postsecondary education must be equal to or less than the total number of students participating in the program. Juvenile Detention programs: The number of students who were accepted into postsecondary education cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
Juvenile Detention programs: The number of students enrolled in postsecondary education must be less than or equal to the number of students who were accepted into postsecondary education. Juvenile Detention programs: The number of students enrolled in postsecondary education cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
Juvenile Detention programs: The number of students who enrolled in job training courses/programs must be equal to or less than the total number of students participating in the program. Juvenile Detention programs: The number of students who enrolled in external job training education cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
Juvenile Detention programs: The number of students who obtained employment must be equal to or less than the total number of students participating in the program. Juvenile Detention programs: The number of students who obtained employment cannot be greater than the total number of students participating in the program.
The LEA did not report any Outcomes in At-Risk programs. This will be reviewed by CDE program staff to determine reasonableness. This warning is informational only and does not prevent certification of the data collection.
The LEA did not report any Outcomes in Neglected programs. This will be reviewed by CDE program staff to determine reasonableness. This warning is informational only and does not prevent certification of the data collection.
The LEA did not report any Outcomes in Juvenile Detention programs  This will be reviewed by CDE program staff to determine reasonableness. This warning is informational only and does not prevent certification of the data collection.

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