CTE Follow-up 2008 Workshop

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CTE Follow-up 2008 Workshop. Purposes and Uses. School / program improvement Perkins core performance (3S1 - Placement) Factor in review of added cost rankings Program review considerations (i.e. students finding jobs / continuing education) - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<ul><li><p> CTE Follow-up 2008 Workshop</p></li><li><p>Purposes and Uses School / program improvementPerkins core performance (3S1 - Placement)Factor in review of added cost rankingsProgram review considerations (i.e. students finding jobs / continuing education)Data used for Career Preparation System and in Michigan consumer reports to show impact of CTE programs </p></li><li><p>Target Population12th grade wage-earning program completers from 2006-2007 school year </p><p>11th grade wage-earning program completers from 2005-2006 school year (if they did not complete as a 12th grader in 2006-2007)</p><p>Adult (grade 13) wage-earning program completers from 2006-2007 school year</p><p>Counts unduplicated statewide using UIC</p></li><li><p>Whats new for 2008?CTEIS (web) follow-up featuresAlphabetical listing of students by operating building across all programsList of students reported as completer at operating building but on follow-up list of different operating building (based on statewide unduplication by UIC)</p><p>Continued Response Rate requirementsGoal for 2008: 90-100% response rateIf &lt; 50% response rate - possible noncompliance which may result in withholding of state/federal fundsDistricts with buildings with response rates of 50% or less must send representative to technical assistance workshopFollow-up 2007 Six (6) buildings with &lt; 50% response</p></li><li><p>Follow-up 2007 - X0610 state level Completers 37,200</p><p>Responses 31,988 - 86%</p><p>Placement - 30,136 - 94.2%</p><p>Perkins 3S1 (Grads/Placed) 29,034 - 94.5%</p></li><li><p>Improving Response rates </p><p>Preparations before students leave schoolPhone numbersFamily / permanent contactsEmail AddressTelephone vs. mail surveysBest time to contact studentDealing with noncontacts(i.e. disconnects, answering machines, caller ID)</p></li><li><p>Train Interviewers to:</p><p>Understand thoroughly the survey forms </p><p>Make every effort to interview the student</p><p>Be consistent</p><p>Follow question wording exactly </p><p>Be objective</p><p>Follow the survey script</p><p>Check their work</p></li><li><p>Prefaces to stay away from:</p><p>Blameless: This is confidential, but the state needs it.Estimates: Approximately how much?; About how much?Apologetic: If you dont mind my asking; Would you mind me asking?; I know this is sensitive, but...On guard!: I have to ask this question.; Now Im going to get real personal.Proxy: You may not be able to answer, but. . .Opt out: This is an optional question.; You dont have to answer if you dont want to.</p></li><li><p>Solution:Just read the question. </p><p>There is nothing wrong with asking how much a student makes. And, while they have the option to refuse to answer, telling them upfront may indicate to them that you dont want them to answer. </p><p>Ask it as though its just another question which it is and they are more likely not to hesitate. Be nonchalant, casual about it. This will help you be objective.</p></li><li><p>Potential Problem:. </p><p>The completer may want to know more information before answering.</p></li><li><p>Solution:Why are you asking?It helps us to know how our students are doing.</p><p>Who gets this information?The data is reported to the district and the state, but your responses are confidential. Names are not included in the data that is reported. </p></li><li><p>Potential Problem:</p><p>Some completers may refuse to answer, however others may just be uncertain.</p></li><li><p>Solution:If a person refuses to answer or clearly does not want to, then immediately skip the question and move on. </p><p>However, if the person suggests that they are uncertain by saying something like Im not sure, then ask if they could give an estimate.</p></li><li><p>Adhere to Follow-up Time lines</p><p>Important so that data can be processed</p><p>Timely delivery of reports to district</p></li><li><p>2008 Follow-up Time linesWeek of February 4, 2008Follow-up packets mailed to CEPD Administrators for distribution to local districts. All materials will also be made available online via the MDE web site. Upon receipt of packets, CEPD Administrators should distribute them to local district follow-up contacts, verifying receipt with 3 days of delivery.</p><p>Week of February 11, 2008Local Districts begin the survey data collection process.</p><p>April 25, 2008Districts are to authorize the submission of their follow-up data to their CEPD Administrator by April 25th. CEPD Administrators should notify Andrew Middlestead at OCTE (517-335-0375) of districts which have not submitted along with a projected delivery date.</p><p>May 2, 2008CEPD Administrators are to authorize release of follow-up data for their districts to OCTE no later than May 2nd.Week of September 1 , 2008SSC mails survey results to CEPD administrators for distribution to local superintendents </p></li><li><p>Support ServicesThe Survey Support Center provides a variety of services for follow-up. The SSC will:</p><p>Supply additional needed materials for districts.Answer questions related to the follow-up survey forms.Offer suggestions for solving problems you may have in conducting your survey.Provide advice for conducting an efficient and effective follow-up survey.</p></li><li><p>Help is Available</p><p>If you have any technical or logistical questions regarding the survey forms, or need assistance with how to collect the survey data, please call the Survey Support Center at IDEA Consultants, Inc. at (800) 321-8076 or (248) 557-4332 or email us at followup@ideaconsultants.net.</p><p>For any issues relating to CTEIS operations or usage, please contact PTD Technology at (517) 333-9363 x27 or (800) 203-0614 x27 or email them at </p><p>Direct questions regarding MDE policy issues as well as suggestions for further improvement to Mr. Andrew Middlestead, Office of Career and Technical Education ( 517-335-0375).</p></li><li><p>Steps for SuccessFollow-up 2008 using CTEIS has been designed as a step-by-step process. By following these steps, you can be sure you will not overlook any of the necessary elements. Step 6: Enter Survey DataStep 8: Submission of Data to OCTPStep 9: Review ResultsStep 5: Student ContactsStep 4: Review Follow-up ListingStep 7: Submission of Survey Data to Fiscal AgentStep 2: Identify non 4301 completed programsStep 3: Generate follow-up listingStep 1: Review Follow-up Packet</p></li><li><p>Step 1. Review your Follow-up packet. Memorandum from OCTE &amp; SSCSurvey forms (introductory script, student, proxy, mail) for duplication purposesFollow-Up 2008 Protocol ManualFollow-up 2008 - CTEIS Instructional guide</p></li><li><p>Step 2.Identification of non 4301 completed programs.</p><p>Update completion status of other completed programs not captured on 2007 4301</p><p>Based on programs reported on 2006 and 2007 4483D reports</p><p>Allows choice of program if student is interviewed</p></li><li><p>Step 3.Generate Follow-up Listing. Login to CTEISAccess to Follow-up</p><p>Click Follow up, Survey</p><p>Check desired buildings</p><p>Create Follow up list</p></li><li><p>Step 4. Review Listing.UIC order within ProgramCounts based on 2007 4301 Subject to OCTP unduplication (UIC)StatusINIT: No data enteredCOMP: Survey data enteredCOMP NC: Noncontact reason entered</p></li><li><p>Step 5. Student Contacts.</p><p>Duplicate formsSurvey labelsWrite UIC or Name on Intro script or attach labelUse proper survey form based on contact type</p></li><li><p>Step 6. Enter Survey Data.Click Survey for desired building</p></li><li><p>Step 6. Enter Survey Data.Search for studentSelect studentSelect programSelect survey type</p></li><li><p>Survey Form.Section A: Current Status</p></li><li><p>Survey Form.Section B: Training</p></li><li><p>Survey Form.Section C: Employment</p></li><li><p>Survey Form.Section D: Looking for Job</p></li><li><p>Survey Form.Comments</p></li><li><p>Survey Form.Miscellaneous</p></li><li><p>Step 7.Submission of Follow-up to Fiscal Agency April 25, 2008</p><p>Choose Report from Follow up menuClick View Report to review Survey ResultsClick Mark Bldg Cmp to submit</p></li><li><p>Step 8.CEPD Administrators release follow-up by May 2, 2008</p></li><li><p>Step 9.Review results Shipment (CD) to CEPD Administrators week of September 1, 2008</p><p>State level reports OCTE web sitehttp://www.michigan.gov/octe, Data Evaluations and Reports link, Follow-up Survey.</p></li></ul>

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