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Score Card Type Basic Ed ESL

Indicator Name ESL Pre-Post Testing

    Indicator Description Percent of ESL students that report both a

    pre and a post test

    Business Logic

    Selection Process The students that took at least one ESL course (aid code 75) in

    instructional area 861 in the reporting year and had at least 12 hours of instruction are

    selected. If the student has any reading, speaking or writing testing level at entry and at

    exit reported in Client Reporting they are the numerator. Example: A student could have

    entry levels for reading and writing reported and only an exit level for reading. This will

    count.

    Calculation Rules: The denominator is the number of students that took at lest one ESL course (aid code) and had at least 12 hours of instruction the reporting year. The

    numerator is the total number of students that took at least one ESL course (aid code 75), have at least 12 hours of instruction and have a pre and post level reported as a testing

    level.

Target Computation Logic

    The target will be the average of the four highest colleges reporting results.

    Threshold Computation Logic

    The threshold will be the average of the four lowest colleges reporting results.

    Verification Process

Exceptions/Special Cases/Comments

    This metric does not apply to Community Based Organizations. There must be at least 10 students in the selected group/denominator to calculate a result

Note: All Bold phrases/words are further defined in the glossary.

Score Card Type Basic Ed - ESL

    Indicator Name ESL Citizenship

    Indicator Description Percent ESL students that obtained

    citizenship within three years.

    Business Logic

    Selection Process The students that took at least one ESL course three years ago are reviewed. If the student has a goal reported at any point in the three years to obtain citizenship they are selected. This group is then reviewed to determine if the student reported an outcome of obtaining citizenship in client reporting during the three years.

    Calculation Rules: The denominator is the total number of students that go through the selection process, took an ESL course, have a goal reported at entry to obtain citizenship.

    The numerator is the number of these students that are reported with the outcome of attaining citizenship entered in client reporting within the three years.

Target Computation Logic

    The target will be the average of the four highest colleges/CBOs reporting results

    Threshold Computation Logic

    The threshold will be the average of the four lowest colleges/CBOs reporting results

    Verification Process

Exceptions/Special Cases/Comments

    Note: All Bold phrases/words are further defined in the glossary.

Score Card Type Basic Ed - ESL

    Indicator Name ESL Earnings

    Indicator Description Percent of ESL students earning a living

    wage two years after leaving ESL.

    Business Logic

    Selection Process Students in ESL three years prior to the measurement year are selected. Then, looking forward, two years, have they returned to ESL courses. If not,

    they are selected for the calculation. The students are matched with DWD

    Unemployment Insurance records to determine if they were working. The quarterly

    earnings averaged for the three most recent quarters are reported. This wage is then

    compared to the “living wages” established by the college for an average family based upon what is determined to be the “average” ESL family.

    Example: It is 2005. The students that were enrolled in ESL in 2000-01 are selected. If they did not return to ESL in 2002-03 or 2003-04 their earnings for the most recent four quarters are calculated in 2003-04. The earnings of the students with reported earnings are compared with the “living wage” established by the college.

    Calculation Rules: The denominator is the number of students enrolled in the program three years ago that were not enrolled in ESL the following two years and that were

    found in the DWD Unemployment Insurance records with earnings in the reporting year. The numerator is total number of students that report a wage for the most recent

    four quarters that was above the “living wage” established by the college.

Target Computation Logic

Threshold Computation Logic

Verification Process

Exceptions/Special Cases/Comments

    There must be at least 10 students in the selected group/denominator to calculate a result

    Note: All Bold phrases/words are further defined in the glossary.

Score Card Type Basic Ed - ESL

    Indicator Name ESL Level 5-6 Five Year

    Postsecondary Program Transition

    Indicator Description Percent of ESL Level 5 students enroll in a

    postsecondary program within five years.

    Business Logic

    Selection Process The ESL students that reported at least an ESL level 5 or 6 for all areas the reporting year five years ago are selected. These students are then matched with

    the college program enrollment files to see if they were enrolled in a program with a 10,

    20, 30, 31, 32 or 50 aid code during any of the five years and actually took a course in

    that program.

    Example: It is 2005. The most current Client Reporting data is from 2003-04. The

    students from five years ago were enrolled in1999-2000. If they reported all their entry ESL levels at either 5 or 6, they are matched to the college program records for 1999-

    2000, 2000-2001, 2001-02, 2002-03 and 2003-04.

    Calculation Rules - The denominator is the number of students that reported all ESL levels at 5 or 6 at entry and started three years ago. The numerator is the total ESL students that started at ESL level 5 or 6 five years ago and also enrolled in a program

    with a 10, 20, 30, 31, 32 or 50 aid code during any of the five years are the numerator.

Target Computation Logic

    The target will be the average of the four highest colleges/CBOs reporting results.

    Threshold Computation Logic

    The threshold will be the average of the four lowest colleges/CBO’s reporting results.

    Verification Process

Exceptions/Special Cases/Comments

    There must be at least 10 students in the selected group/denominator to calculate a result.

Note: All Bold phrases/words are further defined in the glossary.

Score Card Type Basic Ed - ESL

    Indicator Name ESL Level 5-6 Postsecondary

    Transition

    Indicator Description Percent of ESL Level 5-6 students enrolled

    in a postsecondary course the same year.

    Business Logic

    Selection Process The ESL students that reported at least at an ESL level 5or 6 at entry for all areas the reporting year are selected. These students are then matched with

    the college course enrollment files to see if they were enrolled in a course with a 10, 20,

    30, 31, 32 or 50 aid code the same year. Those students not appearing in the college course file are then matched with the National Clearinghouse data base to determine if

they were enrolled in any higher education.

    Calculation Rules: The denominator is the number of ESL students that reported starting at an ESL level 5 or 6 for all areas the reporting year. The numerator is the total

    number of ESL students that reported starting at an ESL level 5 or 6 and also enrolled in

    a course with a 10, 20, 30, 31, 32 or 50 aid code or were determined to be enrolled in higher education at another college by matching with the National Clearinghouse data

    base.

Target Computation Logic

    The target will be the average of the four highest colleges/CBOs reporting results.

    Threshold Computation Logic

    The threshold will be the average of the four lowest colleges/CBOs reporting results.

    Verification Process

Exceptions/Special Cases/Comments

    There must be at least 10 students in the selected group/denominator to calculate a result.

Note: All Bold phrases/words are further defined in the glossary.

Score Card Type Basic Ed - ESL

    Indicator Name ESL Level 5-6 Three Year

    Postsecondary Program Transition

    Indicator Description Percent of ESL Level 5-6 students enroll

    in a WTCS postsecondary program within

    three years.

    Business Logic

    Selection Process The ESL students that reported at least an ESL level 5 or 6 for all areas the reporting year three years ago are selected. These students are then matched

    with the college program enrollment files to see if they were enrolled in a program with

    a 10, 20, 30, 31, 32 or 50 aid code during any of the three years and actually took a course in that program.

    Example: It is 2005. The most current Client Reporting data is from 2003-04. The

    students from three years ago were enrolled in 2001-02. If they reported all their entry

    ESL levels at either 5 or 6, they are matched to the college program records for 2001-02,

    2002-03 and 2003-04.

    Calculation Rules: The denominator is the number of students that reported at least an ESL level 5 or 6 in all areas at entry and started three years ago. The numerator is the total ESL students that started at ESL level5 or 6 three years ago and also enrolled in a

    program with a 10, 20, 30, 31, 32 or 50 aid code during any of the three years are the numerator.

Target Computation Logic

    The target will be the average of the four highest colleges/CBOs reporting results.

Threshold Computation Logic

    The threshold will be the average of the four lowest colleges/CBOs reporting results.

    Verification Process

Exceptions/Special Cases/Comments

    There must be at least 10 students in the selected group/denominator to calculate a result.

    Note: All Bold phrases/words are further defined in the glossary.

Score Card Type Basic Ed - ESL

    Indicator Name ESL Level 5-6 Two Year

    Postsecondary Course Transition

    Indicator Description Percent of ESL Level 5-6 students enroll

    in a postsecondary course within two years.

    Business Logic

    Selection Process The ESL students that reported at least an ESL level 5 or 6 at entry

    for all areas two years ago are selected. These students are then matched with the college

    course enrollment files to see if they were enrolled in a course with a 10, 20, 30, 31, 32 or 50 aid code during either of the two years. Those students not appearing in the college

    course file are then matched with the National Clearinghouse data base to determine if they were enrolled in any higher education either of the two years.

    Example: It is 2005. The most current Client Reporting data is from 2003-04. The

    students from two years ago were enrolled in 2002-03. If they reported all their entry ESL levels at either 5 or 6, they are matched to the college course records for both 2002-

    03 and 2003-04. If they are not found, the students are matched with the National

    Clearinghouse data base.

    Calculation Rules: The denominator is the number of students that reported at least an

    ESL level 5 or 6 at entry and started two years ago. The numerator is the total ESL students that started at ESL level5 or 6 and also took a course with a 10, 20, 30, 31, 32 or 50 aid code during either of the two years or appeared in a match with the National

    Clearinghouse as enrolled in higher education are the numerator.

Target Computation Logic

    The target will be the average of the four highest colleges/CBOs reporting results.

    Threshold Computation Logic

    The threshold will be the average of the four lowest colleges/CBOs reporting results.

    Verification Process

Exceptions/Special Cases/Comments

    There must be at least 10 students in the selected group/denominator to calculate a result

    Note: All Bold phrases/words are further defined in the glossary.

Score Card Type Basic Ed - ESL

    Indicator Name ESL One Year Reading/Vocabulary

    Gains

    Indicator Description Percent ESL students that report a

    Reading/Vocabulary NRS gain over one

    year.

    Business Logic

    Selection Process –– Students that have reported in Client Reporting entry and exit

    levels for ESL reading/vocabulary are selected. Reading/vocabulary gains are then

    calculated for those students with and entry and exit level. Gains must be at least 1.0 NRS grade level, for example a student moves from 5 to 6.

    Calculation Rules: The denominator is the total number of students that go through the

    selection process, have an entry and exit ESL Reading/vocabulary level reported. The

    numerator is the number of these students that reported a gain of at least 1.0 grade level

    (example, 5 to 6).

Target Computation Logic

    The target will be the average of the four highest colleges/CBOs reporting results.

    Threshold Computation Logic

    The threshold will be the average of the four lowest colleges/CBOs reporting results.

    Verification Process

Exceptions/Special Cases/Comments

    It is assumed that if both an entry and exit level has been provided that instruction was

    provided. There must be at least 10 students in the selected group/denominator to

    calculate a result

    Note: All Bold phrases/words are further defined in the glossary.

Score Card Type Basic Ed - ESL

    Indicator Name ESL One Year Speaking/Listening

    Gains

    Indicator Description Percent of ESL students that report a

    speaking/listening gain over one year of

    instruction.

    Business Logic

    Selection Process Students that have reported in Client Reporting entry and exit

    levels for ESL speaking/listening are selected. Speaking/listening gains are then

    calculated for those students with and entry and exit level. Gains must be at least 1.0 NRS grade level, for example a student moves from 5 to 6.

    Calculation Rules: The denominator is the total number of students that go through the

    selection process, have an entry and exit ESL Speaking/Listening level reported. The

    numerator is the number of these students that reported a gain of at least 1.0 grade level

    (example, 5 to 6) within the most recent reporting year.

Target Computation Logic

    The target will be the average of the four highest colleges/CBOs reporting results.

    Threshold Computation Logic

    The threshold will be the average of the four lowest colleges/CBOs reporting results.

    Verification Process

Exceptions/Special Cases/Comments

    It is assumed that if both an entry and exit level has been provided that instruction was

    provided. There must be at least 10 students in the selected group/denominator to

    calculate a result.

    Note: All Bold phrases/words are further defined in the glossary.

Score Card Type Basic Ed - ESL

    Indicator Name ESL One Year Writing/Grammar

    Gains

    Indicator Description Percent of ESL students that report a

    writing/grammar gain over one year of

    instruction.

    Business Logic

    Selection Process Students that have reported in Client Reporting entry and exit

    levels for ESL writing/grammar are selected. Writing/grammar gains are then

    calculated for those students with and entry and exit level. Gains must be at least 1.0 NRS grade level, for example a student moves from 5 to 6.

    Calculation Rules: The denominator is the total number of students that go through the

    selection process, have an entry and exit ESL writing/grammar level reported. The

    numerator is the number of these students that reported a gain of at least 1.0 grade level

    (example, 5 to 6).

Target Computation Logic

    The target will be the average of the four highest colleges/CBOs reporting results.

    Threshold Computation Logic

    The threshold will be the average of the four lowest colleges/CBOs reporting results.

    Verification Process

Exceptions/Special Cases/Comments

    It is assumed that if both an entry and exit level has been provided that instruction was

    provided. There must be at least 10 students in the selected group/denominator to

    calculate a result

    Note: All Bold phrases/words are further defined in the glossary.

Score Card Type Basic Ed - ESL

    Indicator Name ESL Retention

    Indicator Description Percent ESL students that returned the

    following year or left meeting a goal.

    Business Logic

    Selection Process The first time ESL students that took at least one ESL(aid

    code75) course in instructional area 861 in the previous reporting year, putting them into the two year old cohort, are selected. For Community Based Organizations, where

    course numbers are not reported, all students with an entry ESL level two years ago are selected. This group is then reviewed to determine if the student enrolled in an ESL (aid code 75), ASE (aid code 76), ABE (aid code 73 or 74), or Developmental (aid code 77) course the following year. A Community Based Organization student will be

    considered returned if they appear in the following year’s file with a testing score set at

    entry. If they did not return the next search is to see if they enrolled in a 10, 20, 30, 31,

    32 or 50 coded course in the college, regardless of whether they had this goal. These students are seen as successfully transitioning. Last, the students that did not return or enroll in a postsecondary course are reviewed to see of they met a goal which is

    considered as a success.

    Example: It is 2005. The most recent Client Reporting year is 2003-04. First time ESL

    students that started in 2002-03 are selected. Their enrollment in 2003-04 is reviewed.

    Those not enrolled are then examined to see if they met a goal in 2002-03. If they did,

    they are considered as having left meeting a goal.

    Calculation Rules: The denominator is total number of first time ESL students that go

    through the selection process, took an ESL course the previous year or had a beginning ESL level at a Community Based Organization. The numerator is the number of these

    students that appear enrolled in courses in the basic education aid codes the following year, enrolled in a postsecondary course at the college or left having met a goal in either

    of the two years.

Target Computation Logic

    The target will be the average of the four highest colleges or CBOs reporting results.

    Threshold Computation Logic

    The threshold will be the average of the four lowest colleges or CBO’s reporting results.

    Verification Process

Exceptions/Special Cases/Comments

    There must be at least 10 students in the selected group/denominator to calculate a result

Note: All Bold phrases/words are further defined in the glossary.

Score Card Type Basic Ed - ESL

    Indicator Name ESL Two Year Reading/Vocabulary

    Gains

    Indicator Description Percent ESL students that report a

    Reading/Vocabulary gain over two years.

    Business Logic

    Selection Process The students that report ESL entry and exit levels for

    Reading/Vocabulary two years ago are selected allowing for a two year measurement.

These students must also have Reading/Vocabulary entry and exit levels for both the

    first and the second year. Reading/vocabulary gains are then calculated for those

    students looking for a gain from the first reported reading/vocabulary level to the highest

    exit level. Gains must be at least 1.0 NRS grade level, for example a student moves from 5 to 6.

    Example: It is 2005. The most recent Client Reporting data is from 2003-04. We select

    ESL student in 2002-03 that report reading/vocabulary entry and exit levels, implying

    that instruction was provided. We look at these same students in 2003-04. If they have

    reading/vocabulary entry and exit levels in that year, these levels are added and all students with instruction both years, represented by the reported levels each year, are the

    denominator. Each student is reviewed to see if they had a one grade level gain in either the first or the second year of instruction, or from the first to the second year (last reported level). Those with a gain in either year are counted.

    Calculation Rules: The denominator is the total number of students that go through the selection process, have ESL Reading/Vocabulary entry and exit levels reported both

    years. The numerator is the number of these students that reported a gain of at least 1.0

    grade level (example, 5 to 6) between the first Reading/Vocabulary level reported and the last.

Target Computation Logic

    The target will be the average of the four highest colleges/CBOs reporting results.

    Threshold Computation Logic

    The threshold will be the average of the four lowest colleges plus CBOs reporting results.

    Verification Process

Exceptions/Special Cases/Comments

    It is assumed that if both an entry and exit level has been provided that instruction was provided. There must be at least 10 students in the selected group/denominator to calculate a result

Note: All Bold phrases/words are further defined in the glossary.

Score Card Type Basic Ed - ESL

    Indicator Name ESL Two Year Speaking/Listening

    Gains

    Indicator Description Percent of ESL students that report a

    speaking/listening gain over two year of

    instruction.

    Business Logic

    Selection Process The students that report ESL entry and exit levels for

    speaking/listening two years ago are selected allowing for a two year measurement.

    These students must also have speaking/listening entry and exit levels for both the first

    and the second year. Speaking/listening gains are then calculated for those students

    looking for a gain from the first reported reading/vocabulary level to the highest exit

    level. Gains must be at least 1.0 NRS grade level, for example a student moves from 5 to

6.

    Example: It is 2005. The most recent Client Reporting data is from 2003-04. We select

    ESL student in 2002-03 that report a speaking/listening entry and exit levels, implying

    that instruction was provided. We look at these same students in 2003-04. If they have

    speaking/listening levels at entry and exit in that year, these levels are added and all students with instruction both years, represented by the testing levels reported each year, are the denominator. Each student is reviewed to see if they had a one grade level gain in either the first or the second year of instruction, or from the first to the second year (last reported level). Those with a gain in either year or over the two years are counted for the numerator.

    Calculation Rules: The denominator is the total number of students that go through the selection process, have an entry and exit ESL Speaking/Listening entry and

    listening levels reported in each year. If the student has more than one exit level reported, the last one is used to calculate a gain. The numerator is the number of these students that reported a gain of at least 1.0 grade level (example, 5 to 6) over the two

    years.

Target Computation Logic

    The target will be the average of the four highest colleges/ CBOs reporting results.

    Threshold Computation Logic

    The threshold will be the average of the four lowest colleges/CBOs reporting results.

    Verification Process

Exceptions/Special Cases/Comments

    It is assumed that if both an entry and exit level has been provided that instruction was provided. There must be at least 10 students in the selected group/denominator to calculate a result.

Note: All Bold phrases/words are further defined in the glossary.

Score Card Type Basic Ed - ESL

    Indicator Name ESL Two Year Writing/Grammar

    Gains

    Indicator Description Percent of ESL students that report a

    writing/grammar gain over two year of

    instruction.

    Business Logic

    Selection Process The students that report ESL entry and exit levels for

    writing/grammar two years ago are selected allowing for a two year measurement. These students must also have writing/grammar entry and exit levels for both the first and the

    second year. Writing/grammar gains are then calculated for those students looking for

    a gain from the first reported writing/grammar level to the highest exit level. Gains must be at least 1.0 NRS grade level, for example a student moves from 5 to 6.

    Example: It is 2005. The most recent Client Reporting data is from 2003-04. We select

    ESL student in 2002-03 that report a writing/grammar entry and exit levels, implying

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