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ESEA: Special Programs for Indian Chil

FY 2008 Program Performance Plan


Strategic Goal 1
Discretionary
ESEA, Title VII, Part A-2
CFDA 84.299A: Indian Education Special Programs for Indian Children
84.299B: Indian Education--Professional Development Grants

Program Goal: To improve the educational opportunities and achievement of pres


children by developing, testing, and demonstrating effective servic
Objective 1 of 1: Discretionary programs will focus on improving educational opportunities and s
Measure 1.1 of 5: The percentage of 3- to 4-year-old American Indian and Alaska Native children achieving educa
and communication development based on curriculum benchmarks. (Desired direction: increase)
Actual
Year Target
(or date expected)
2005 46 (December 2006) Pending
2006 46 (December 2007) Pending
2007 47 (December 2008) Pending
2008 48 (December 2009) Pending
Frequency of Data Collection. Annual

Measure 1.2 of 5: The percentage of 3- to 4-year-old American Indian and Alaska Native children achieving educa
cognitive skills and conceptual knowledge, including mathematics, science, and early reading based on curriculum
Actual
Year Target
(or date expected)
2005 46 (December 2006) Pending
2006 46 (December 2007) Pending
2007 47 (December 2008) Pending
2008 48 (December 2009) Pending
Frequency of Data Collection. Annual

Measure 1.3 of 5: The percentage of 3- to 4-year-old American Indian and Alaska Native children achieving educa
social development that facilitates self-regulation of attention, behavior, and emotion based on curriculum benchma
Actual
Year Target
(or date expected)
2005 46 (December 2006) Pending
2006 46 (December 2007) Pending
2007 47 (December 2008) Pending
2008 48 (December 2009) Pending
Frequency of Data Collection. Annual

Measure 1.4 of 5: The percentage of high school American Indian and Alaska Native students successfully comple
courses, (English, mathematics, science and social studies). (Desired direction: increase)
Actual
Year Target
(or date expected)
2005 46 (December 2006) Pending

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2006 46 (December 2007) Pending
2007 47 (December 2008) Pending
2008 48 (December 2009) Pending
Frequency of Data Collection. Annual

Measure 1.5 of 5: The percentage of American Indian and Alaska Native students participating in the program that
as high or higher than the district average. (Desired direction: increase)
Actual
Year Target
(or date expected)
2005 46 (December 2006) Pending
2006 46 (December 2007) Pending
2007 47 (December 2008) Pending
2008 48 (December 2009) Pending
Source. U.S. Department of Education, Office of Indian Education, project performance report.
Frequency of Data Collection. Annual
Data Quality. Substantial variation may exist in methods used to assess student performance.
Explanation. Core subjects include English, mathematics, science, and social studies.

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