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HEA: Demonstration Projects to Ensure Quality Higher

Education for Students with Disabilities


FY 2006 Program Performance Report
Strategic Goal 5
Discretionary
HEA, Title VII, Part D
Document Year 2006 Appropriation: $6,875
CFDA 84.333: Demonstration Projects to Ensure Students with Disabilities Receive a Higher Education

Program Goal: To improve the quality of higher education for students with
disabilities.
Objective 1 of 1: Ensure that faculty and administrators in institutions of higher education
increase their capacity to provide a high-quality education to students with
disabilities.
Measure 1.1 of 2: The percentage of faculty trained through project activities who incorporate
elements of their training into their classroom teaching. (Desired direction: increase)
Actual
Year Target Status
(or date expected)
2006 Set a Baseline (December 2006) Pending
2007 Maintain a Baseline (December 2007) Pending
2008 Maintain a Baseline (December 2008) Pending
Source. U. S. Department of Education, Office of Postsecondary Education, Demonstration Projects to
Ensure Quality Higher Education for Students with Disabilities Program Grantee Performance Reports.
Frequency of Data Collection. Annual
Explanation. Program staff changed reporting requirements to include this data beginning with the 2005-
2006 project year.

Measure 1.2 of 2: The difference between the rate at which students with documented
disabilities complete courses taught by faculty trained through project activities and the rate at
which other students complete the same courses. (Desired direction: decrease)
Actual
Year Target Status
(or date expected)
2006 Set a Baseline (December 2006) Pending
2007 Maintain a Baseline (December 2007) Pending
2008 Maintain a Baseline (December 2008) Pending
Source. U. S. Department of Education, Office of Postsecondary Education, Demonstration Projects to
Ensure Quality Higher Education for Students with Disabilities Program Grantee Performance Reports.
Frequency of Data Collection. Annual
Explanation. Program staff changed reporting requirements to include this data beginning with the 2005-
2006 project year.

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