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Education Final 05-15-12
1. Access and Enrollment
2. Student Accomplishment
3. Student and Economic Outcomes
  
 
 
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 1. Access and Enrollment

MeasureTargetActualStatusAgencyNotes
1.1 - State-Funded Preschool Enrollment100%100.9%DELIn 2011-Feb. 12, an average of 8,468 children were enrolled monthly in 8,391 ECEAP slots. Enrollment exceeds 100% because children left and were replaced during the month. 50.4% of eligible children were enrolled in state- or federally-funded preschool.
1.3 - Financial Aid $867HECBIn 2009-10, the state ranked 3rd highest in the nation for providing need-based financial aid per full-time equivalent undergraduate student. This is largely driven by the amount of funding available for state aid.
1.4 - E-Learning19% of FTE students19% of FTE studentsSBCTCIn 2010-11, eLearning courses served the equivalent of 31,394 full-time community and technical college students, an increase of 2% over the prior year. This achieves the target growth rate toward serving 85% of all students through eLearning by 2030.
1.5 - Foster Child School Changes20% (Braam Benchmark)13%DSHSDuring the 2009-10 school year, 13% of children in out-of-home foster care changed schools when placed or moved. This is an improvement of 4% from the year before, and well below the Braam Panel Benchmark.

 2. Student Accomplishment

MeasureTargetActualStatusAgencyNotes
2.1 - State-Funded Preschooler Learning Outcomes  DELIn 2010-11 a prospective statewide assessment tool showed progress in core learning areas: Physical, Language, Cognitive, Literacy, and Math. A statistically valid measure in these areas will be available once a tool is adopted statewide (2012-13).
2.2 - CTC Student Achievement352,419389,804SBCTCCTC Students earned 389,804 'achievement points' toward education milestones during the 2010-11 academic year. This exceeded the target but is a 1% decline from 2009-10.
2.4 - Workforce Training Completion 59%WTECB, SBCTCIn 2009-10, 59% of students who left training completed a (public or private) workforce training program or apprenticeship - a slight decrease from last year. Students who complete programs have higher employment and earning rates than non-completers.
2.6 - CTC Transfer Rate  47.1%SBCTC, HECB47% of CTC students who began in 2004-05 intending to move to a 4-year college had transferred by 2010-11. Students who completed a transfer degree had a higher rate (72.3%) than those that didn’t (33%). 14.4% of workforce degree graduates also transfer.
2.7 - Foster Youth Graduation Rate76%76.9%DSHS77% of students in foster care from grades 9-12 in the class of 2009 graduated or received their GED by age 19. This acheivement is higher than the extended graduation rate for all students (76%).

 3. Student and Economic Outcomes

MeasureTargetActualStatusAgencyNotes
3.3 - Training Participant Employment Rate 61%WTECBIn 2010, about 61% of training participants who exited their program had employment reported in administrative records. Participants who complete a training program (65%) have a higher employment rate than non-completers (53%).