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DRAFT List of HS Graduation Strategies and Perf Measures 7 01 08

DRAFT List of HS Graduation Strategies and Perf Measures 7 01 08

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ECYS Strategies and Performance Measures -- DRAFT 7/01/08
Community Result: Youth Graduate from High School Well-Prepared for Additional Learning and Productive CareersStrategyDescriptionPerformance Measures and InstrumentsPossible Evaluation Method(s)
Increase the academicachievement andschool success of youth in grades K-12.Services that provide or enhance educationalexperiences and supportacademic achievement andschool success.
Youth increase reading and mathfluency.
Youth increase academic self-efficacy.Identify reading and math fluencyassessments. Consider “Curriculum BasedMeasurement.”See Dawn Anderson-Butcher’s academicself-efficacy measure.Increase socialcompetencies and lifeskills and decreasesignificant risk factorsof youth in grades K-12.Services that increase socialcompetencies and enhance protective factors. Servicesthat help youth developappropriate and effective lifeskills, including conflictresolution, financial literacy,technological skills, culturalcompetence and daily livingskills. Services that help youthand their families decrease risk factors and problem behaviorsassociated with dropping outof school, involvement in the juvenile justice system, teen pregnancy, STDs andsubstance abuse.
Youth increase their socialcompetencies, protective factors and lifeskills and decrease risk factors.Identify measures of risk factors/protectivefactors.Develop assessment device or questionnairefor program participants that tracks:
Involvement with juvenile justicesystem (court dockets)
Experience of problem behaviors
Practice of pro-social behaviors
Knowledge/engagement in risky behaviors
Status (tenure) in school
 
StrategyDescriptionPerformance Measures and InstrumentsPossible Evaluation Method(s)
Increase the successfultransitions of youth totheir next level of education.Services that facilitate thesuccessful transition of youthfrom elementary to secondaryschool to post-secondaryeducation.
Youth demonstrate successful transitionsto the next level of education or academic activity.Current conceptions of transition indicatethat problems arise from disruptions innormal activities, thought processes and problem solving skills. CLEX staff arecurrently investigating measures used in previous research.Increase parent/caregiver knowledge and skillsand involvement withtheir child’sdevelopment andeducation.Services that educate parents/caregivers about childdevelopment and appropriate parenting skills and provideopportunities to participate inand support their child’seducational experiences.Services also focus on familyfunctioning and activitiesdesigned to alleviate barriers tofamily engagement.
Parents/caregivers demonstrate anincrease in appropriate parentingskills/behavior.
Strengthen parent/child relationshipsand engagement by increasing parent/caregiver support of the child’ssocial, emotional, physical and cognitivedevelopment.
Increase parent/caregiver connection toteachers/schools and participation inschool activities.Develop scales to measure:
Parenting practices
Family relationships
Connection to school
Academic expectations
Family’s sense of supportIncrease specializededucational andsupport services for youth with social-emotional-behavioralneeds.Services that providecomprehensive and integratededucation and treatment for youth with identified social-emotional-behavioral problems.
Youth improve social-emotional- behavioral functioning.
Ohio Scales

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