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ASE Indicators Complete File - Score Card Type

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ASE Indicators Complete File - Score Card Type

Score Card Type Basic Ed - ASE

    Indicator Name ASE Pre-Post Testing

    Indicator Description Percent of ASE students that report both a

    pre and a post test

    Business Logic

    Selection Process The students that took at least one ASE course (aid code 76) in instructional area 851, 853, 854, 856, 857 or 859 in the reporting year and had at least 12

    hours of instruction are selected. If the student has any reading, math 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 math 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 ASE course (aid code 76) and had at least 12 hours of instruction the reporting year.

    The numerator is the total number of students that took at least one ASE course (aid code

    76), have at least 12 hours of instruction and have any pre and post reading, math or

    writing level reported as a testing level.

Target Computation Logic

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

    Threshold Computation Logic

    The threshold will be the average of the four lowest colleges reporting ASE students

    Verification Process

Exceptions/Special Cases/Comments

    This indicator does not apply to Community Based Organizations

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

Score Card Type Basic Ed - ASE

    Indicator Name ASE Same Year Postsecondary

    Course Transition

    Indicator Description Percent of ASE students enroll in a

    postsecondary course the same year.

    Business Logic

    Selection Process The first time students that took at least one ASE (Aid code 76)

    course in instructional area 851, 853, 854, 856, 857 or 859 in the current reporting year are selected. For Community Based Organizations, where course numbers are not

    reported, all students with an entry level between 9.0 and 12.9 are selected. If the student

    also took any course with a 10, 20, 30, 31, 32 or 50 aid code during the reporting year

    they are counted as enrolled in a postsecondary course. In addition, we look at the

    National Clearinghouse Data to see if the student shows up in higher education at a college outside the WTCS.

    Example: In 2005 we are using 2003-04 Client Reporting data, so we look at students that started Adult Secondary Education in 2003-04 and look for postsecondary courses

    in 2003-04 as documented in either the WTCS Client Reporting files or the National

Clearinghouse files.

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

    took at least one ASE (aid code 76) course the current reporting year or started at a Community Based Organization with an entry level between 9.0 and 12.9. The

    numerator is the total number of first time ASE students that took at least one ASE (aid

    code 76) course or in the case of Community Based Organizations, all students with an

    entry level between 9.0 and 12.9 and also took any course with an aid code 10, 20, 30,

    31, 32 or 50 during the current reporting year. In addition, we look at the National

    Clearinghouse Data to see if the student shows up in higher education at a college outside the WTCS. The combination of the two search matches, WTCS and the National

    Clearinghouse is the total counted as enrolled in a postsecondary course.

Target Computation Logic

    The target will be the average of the four highest college plus CBOs reporting ASE students.

    Threshold Computation Logic

    The threshold will be the average of the four lowest college plus CBOs reporting ASE students

    Verification Process

Exceptions/Special Cases/Comments

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

Score Card Type Basic Ed - ASE

    Indicator Name ASE Three Year Postsecondary

    Course Transition

    Indicator Description Percent of ASE students enroll in a

    postsecondary course within three years.

    Business Logic

    Selection Process - The first time students that took at least one ASE (Aid code 76)

    course in instructional area 851, 853, 854, 856, 857 or 859 three years ago selected allowing for a three year measurement. For Community Based Organizations, where

    course numbers are not reported, all students with an entry level between 9.0 and 12.9 three years previously are selected. If the student also took any course with a 10, 20, 30,

    31, 32 or 50 aid code during either of the three years of measurement they are counted as enrolled in a postsecondary course. In addition, we look at the National

    Clearinghouse Data to see if the student shows up in higher education at a college outside the WTCS.

    Example: In 2005 we are using 2003-04 Client Reporting data, so we look at students that started Adult Secondary Education in 2002-03 and look for postsecondary courses

    in 2002-03 and 2003-04 as documented in either the WTCS Client Reporting files or the National Clearinghouse files.

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

    took at least one ASE (aid code 76) course three years previously or started at a

    Community Based Organization with an entry level between 9.0 and 12.9. The numerator is the total number of first time ASE students three years ago that took at least

    one ASE (aid code 76) course or in the case of Community Based Organizations, all

    students with an entry level between 9.0 and 12.9 three years ago and also took any

    course with an aid code 10, 20, 30, 31, 32 or 50 during either of the three years. In addition, we look at the National Clearinghouse Data to see if the student shows up in

    higher education at a college outside the WTCS. The combination of the three search

    matches, WTCS and the National Clearinghouse is the total counted as enrolled in a postsecondary course.

Target Computation Logic

    The target will be the average of the four highest college plus CBOs reporting ASE students.

    Threshold Computation Logic

    The threshold will be the average of the four lowest college plus CBOs reporting ASE

    students

    Verification Process

Exceptions/Special Cases/Comments

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

Score Card Type Basic Ed - ASE

    Indicator Name ASE Two Year Postsecondary

    Course Transition

    Indicator Description Percent of ASE students enroll in a

    postsecondary course within two years.

    Business Logic

    Selection Process - The first time students that took at least one ASE (Aid code 76)

    course in instructional area 851, 853, 854, 856, 857 or 859 in the previous reporting year

    are selected allowing for a two year measurement. For Community Based

    Organizations, where course numbers are not reported, all students with an entry level between 9.0 and 12.9 the previous year are selected. If the student also took any course

    with a 10, 20, 30, 31, 32 or 50 aid code during either of the two years of measurement

    they are counted as enrolled in a postsecondary course. In addition, we look at the

    National Clearinghouse Data to see if the student shows up in higher education at a college outside the WTCS.

    Example: In 2005 we are using 2003-04 Client Reporting data, so we look at students that started Adult Secondary Education in 2002-03 and look for postsecondary courses

    in 2002-03 and 2003-04 as documented in either the WTCS Client Reporting files or the National Clearinghouse files.

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

    took at least one ASE (aid code 76) course the previous year or started at a Community

    Based Organization with an entry level between 9.0 and 12.9. The numerator is the total number of first time ASE students two years ago that took at least one ASE (aid

    code 76) course or in the case of Community Based Organizations, all students with an

    entry level between 9.0 and 12.9 two years ago and also took any course with an aid

    code 10, 20, 30, 31, 32 or 50 during either of the two years. In addition, we look at the National Clearinghouse Data to see if the student shows up in higher education at a college outside the WTCS. The combination of the two search matches, WTCS and the National Clearinghouse is the total counted as enrolled in a postsecondary course.

Target Computation Logic

    The target will be the average of the four highest college plus CBOs reporting ASE students.

    Threshold Computation Logic

    The threshold will be the average of the four lowest college plus CBOs reporting ASE students

    Verification Process

Exceptions/Special Cases/Comments

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

Score Card Type Basic Ed - ASE

    Indicator Name ASE Minority Three year

    Postsecondary Program Transition

    Indicator Description Percent of ASE minority students enroll in

    a postsecondary program within three

    years.

    Business Logic

    Selection Process The first time minority ASE students in the cohort beginning

    ASE three years ago that took at least one ASE (Aid code 76) course in instructional area 851, 853, 854, 856, 857 or 859 are selected allowing for a three year measurement. For

    Community Based Organizations, where course numbers are not reported, all minority

    students with an entry level between 9.0 and 12.9 three years ago are selected. If the

    minority student also took any course with an aid code 10, 20, 30, 31, 32 or 50 during

    any of the three years of measurement, they are counted as enrolled in a postsecondary

    course. In addition, we look at the National Clearinghouse Data to see if the student

    shows up in higher education at a college outside the WTCS.

    Example: In 2005 we are using 2003-04 Client Reporting data, so we look at minority

    students that started Adult Secondary Education in 2001-02 and look for postsecondary

    courses in 2001-02, 2002-03 and 2003-04 as documented in either the WTCS Client Reporting files or the National Clearinghouse files.

Calculation Rules: The denominator is the total number of first time minority ASE

    students thee years ago that took at least one ASE (aid code 76) course or in the case of Community Based Organizations, where course numbers are not reported, all minority students with an entry level between 9.0 and 12.9 three years ago. The numerator is the total number of first time minority ASE students three years ago that took at least one

    ASE (aid code 76) course or in the case of Community Based Organizations, where

    course numbers are not reported, all minority students with an entry level between 9.0 and 12.9 three years ago and also took any course with an aid code 10, 20, 30, 31, 32 or

    50 during any of the three years. In addition, we look at the National Clearinghouse

    Data to see if the minority student shows up in higher education at a college outside the WTCS. The combination of the two search matches, WTCS and the National

    Clearinghouse is the total counted as enrolled in a postsecondary course.

    Target Computation Logic

    The target will be the average of the four highest college plus CBOs reporting ASE students.

    Threshold Computation Logic

    The threshold will be the average of the four lowest college plus CBOs reporting ASE students

    Verification Process

Exceptions/Special Cases/Comments

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

Score Card Type Basic Ed - ASE

    Indicator Name ASE One Year Math Gains

    Indicator Description Percent ASE students that report a math

    gain at exit within one year.

    Business Logic

    Selection Process The students that took at least one ABE (aid code 76) course in instructional area 851, 853, 854, 856, 857 or 859 in the reporting year are reviewed. If

    the student has a math level reported at any level at entry they are selected. For Community Based Organizations, where course numbers are not reported, all students with an entry math level between 9.0 and 12.9 are selected. This group is then reviewed to determine if the student has a math level at exit reported. Math gains are then

    calculated for those students with and entry and exit level. Gains must be at least 1.0 grade level, for example a student moves from 9.5 to 10.5.

    Calculation Rules: The denominator is the total number of students that go through the selection process, took at least one ABE (aid code 76) course in instructional area 851, 853, 854, 856, 857 or 859 in the reporting year, or are students at a Community

    Based Organization with an entry math level between 9.0 and 10.5 and have a pre and

    post math level at any level reported. The numerator is the number of these students that experienced a gain of at least 1.0 grade level in math (example, 9.5 to 10.5).

Target Computation Logic

    The target will be the average of the four highest college plus CBOs reporting ASE students.

    Threshold Computation Logic

    The threshold will be the average of the four lowest college plus CBOs reporting ASE students

    Verification Process

Exceptions/Special Cases/Comments

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

Score Card Type Basic Ed - ASE

    Indicator Name ASE One Year GED or HSED

    Progress

    Indicator Description Percent ASE students that report partial

    GED/HSED attainment at exit within one

    year.

    Business Logic

    Selection Process The students that took at least one ASE (aid code 76) course in

    instructional area 851, 853, 854, 856, 857 or 859 in the reporting year are reviewed. For Community Based Organizations, where course numbers are not reported, all students with an entry level between 9.0 and 12.9 are selected. If the student has a goal at entry

    to obtain a GED/HSED they are selected. Those students that got their GED/HSED are subtracted, leaving students with a goal but no GED/HSED. This group is then reviewed to determine if the student has a partial GED/HSED reported as an outcome at exit in

    Client Reporting meaning that they passed at least one of their GED/HSED tests.

    Calculation Rules: The denominator is the total number of students that go through the selection process, took at least one ASE (aid code 76) courses in instructional area 851,

    853, 854, 856, 857 or 859, For Community Based Organizations, where course

    numbers are not reported, all students with an entry level between 9.0 and 12.9 are selected, have a goal to get a GED/HSED reported and did not get a GED/HSED. The

    numerator is the number of these students that reported a partial GED/HSED as an

    outcome that year.

Target Computation Logic

    The target will be the average of the four highest college plus CBOs reporting ASE students.

    Threshold Computation Logic

    The threshold will be the average of the four lowest college plus CBOs reporting ASE students

    Verification Process

Exceptions/Special Cases/Comments

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

Score Card Type Basic Ed - ASE

    Indicator Name ASE One Year Goal Attainment

    Indicator Description Percent ASE students that report meeting a

    goal at exit within one year.

    Business Logic

    Selection Process The students that took at least one ASE (aid code 76) course in

    instructional area 851, 853, 854, 856, 857 or 859 in the reporting year are reviewed. For

    Community Based Organizations, where course numbers are not reported, all students with an entry reading level between 9.0 and 12.9 are selected. If the student has a goal

    reported at entry they are selected. This group is then reviewed to determine if the student met any goal as reported at exit. Because one of the goals is employment, we are forced to always measure this indicator on students that were enrolled two years prior because we do not have employment data for the students that were enrolled the most

    current year.

    Example: It is 2005. The most current Client Reporting year is 2003-04. When Client

    closed in 2004, there was no employment data available for these students. As a result, we calculate the goal attainment on the students enrolled in 2002-03 for this indicator.

    The students from 2003-04 will show up on the scorecard in 2006.

    Calculation Rules: The denominator is the total number of students that go through the selection process, took an ASE (aid code76) course in instructional area 851, 853, 854,

    856, 857 or 859 two years previously, were at a Community Based Organizations,

    where course numbers are not reported, with an entry reading level between 9.0 and 12.9 two years previously and have a goal reported at entry that year. The numerator is the number of these students that reported any goal attainment at exit or calculated by data

    matching. Educational gains are calculated as one percentage point increase such as from 9.4 to10.5.

Target Computation Logic

    The target will be the average of the four highest college plus CBOs reporting ASE

    students.

    Threshold Computation Logic

    The threshold will be the average of the four lowest college plus CBOs ASE reporting students

    Verification Process

Exceptions/Special Cases/Comments

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

Score Card Type Basic Ed - ASE

    Indicator Name ASE One Year Reading Gains

    Indicator Description Percent ASE students that report a

    Reading gain at exit within one year.

    Business Logic

    Selection Process The students that took at least one ABE (aid code 76) course in instructional area 851, 853, 854, 856, 857 or 859 in the reporting year are reviewed. If

    the student has a reading level reported at any level at entry they are selected. For

    Community Based Organizations, where course numbers are not reported, all students with an entry reading level between 9.0 and 12.9 are selected. This group is then

    reviewed to determine if the student has a reading level at exit reported. Reading gains

    are then calculated for those students with and entry and exit level. Gains must be at least

    1.0 grade level, for example a student moves from 9.5 to 10.5.

    Calculation Rules: The denominator is the total number of students that go through the selection process, took at least one ABE (aid code 76) course in instructional area

    851, 853, 854, 856, 857 or 859 in the reporting year, or are students at a Community

    Based Organization with an entry reading level between 9.0 and 10.5 and have a pre

    and post reading level at any level reported. The numerator is the number of these students that experienced a gain of at least 1.0 grade reading level (example, 9.5 to 10.5).

Target Computation Logic

    The target will be the average of the four highest college plus CBOs reporting ASE students.

    Threshold Computation Logic

    The threshold will be the average of the four lowest college plus CBOs reporting ASE

    students

    Verification Process

Exceptions/Special Cases/Comments

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

Score Card Type Basic Ed - ASE

    Indicator Name ASE One Year Writing Gains

    Indicator Description Percent ASE students that report writing

    gain at exit within one year.

    Business Logic

    Selection Process –– The students that took at least one ABE (aid code 76) course in instructional area 851, 853, 854, 856, 857 or 859 in the reporting year are reviewed. If

    the student has a writing level reported at any level at entry they are selected. For Community Based Organizations, where course numbers are not reported, all students with an entry writing level between 9.0 and 12.9 are selected. This group is then

reviewed to determine if the student has a writing level at exit reported. Writing gains

    are then calculated for those students with and entry and exit level. Gains must be at least 1.0 grade level, for example a student moves from 9.5 to 10.5.

    Calculation Rules: The denominator is the total number of students that go through the selection process, took at least one ABE (aid code 76) course in instructional area 851, 853, 854, 856, 857 or 859 in the reporting year, or are students at a Community

    Based Organization with an entry writing level between 9.0 and 10.5 and have a pre

    and post writing level at any level reported. The numerator is the number of these students that experienced a gain of at least 1.0 grade level in writing (example, 9.5 to 10.5).

Target Computation Logic

    The target will be the average of the four highest college plus CBOs reporting ASE students.

    Threshold Computation Logic

    The threshold will be the average of the four lowest college plus CBOs reporting ASE students

    Verification Process

Exceptions/Special Cases/Comments

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

Score Card Type Basic Ed - ASE

    Indicator Name ASE Retention

    Indicator Description Percent ASE students that returned the

    next year or left having met a goal.

    Business Logic

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

    76) course in instructional area 851, 853, 854, 856, 857 or 859 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 level between 9.0 and 12.9 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 ASE

    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 the total number of fist time students that go

    through the selection process, took an ASE (aid code76) course in instructional area 851, 853, 854, 856, 857 or 859 in the previous reporting year, putting them in the two year old cohort. The numerator is the number of these students that appear enrolled in courses in

    the basic education aid codes or a course with an aid code of 10, 20, 30, 31, 32 or 50 the following year, were reported at a Community Based Organization with a testing score

    set at entry or left having met a goal in the first year.

Target Computation Logic

    The target will be the average of the four highest college plus CBOs reporting ASE students.

    Threshold Computation Logic

    The threshold will be the average of the four lowest college plus CBOs reporting ASE students

    Verification Process

Exceptions/Special Cases/Comments

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

Score Card Type Basic Ed - ASE

    Indicator Name ASE three year Postsecondary

    Program Transition

    Indicator Description Percent of ASE students enroll in a

    postsecondary program within three years.

    Business Logic

    Selection Process The first time ASE students in the cohort that began three years

    ago that took at least one ASE (aid code 76) course in instructional area 851, 853, 854,

    856, 857 or 859 are selected allowing for a three year measurement. Then we look forward to see if that student also enrolled in a WTCS program in the same college

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

    Example: In 2005 we are using 2003-04 Client Reporting data, so we look at students

    that started Adult Secondary Education in 2001-02 and look for a program enrollment

    in the same college in 2001-02, 2002-03 and 2003-04 as documented in Client Reporting

    records.

    Calculation Rules: The denominator is the number of first time students that started in

    a cohort three years ago taking at least one ASE (aid code 76) course. The numerator is the total number of first time ASE students three years ago, that took at least one ASE

    (aid code 76) course and also enrolled in a program at the same college with a 10, 20,

    30, 31, 32 or 50 and code during any of the three years.

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