Presentation Goals & Objectives - Louisiana Department of Education

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The Proof is in The Process:
Data-Driven Program
Rose Lee
Felecia Johnson
Tonya Johnson
Presentation Goals & Objectives
 As a result of this presentation, participants
will be provided the opportunity to develop
understanding in the following areas:
 Increased knowledge of the Principles of
Effectiveness for implementing the Title IV
Program, as outlined by the No Child Left
Behind Act
 Effective analysis of available instruments used
to collect objective data for a needs
Presentation Goals & Objectives (cont’d)
 As a result of this presentation, participants
will be provided the opportunity to develop
understanding in the following areas:
 Identification of attainable performance
measures based on data
 Selection of "scientifically based" programs/
strategies based on needs
 Design of evaluations to determine the "fidelity"
of implementation and level of impact of
 Ways to involve all stakeholders in
implementing an effective Title IV Program
NCLB Title IV Program
Principles of Effectiveness
 Principle 1: Conducting a needs assessment
 Principle 2: Setting measurable goals,
objectives and performance indicators
 Principle 3: Utilizing scientifically based
research in program implementation
 Principle 4: Evaluating program implementation
 Principle 5: Ongoing consultation with and input
from parents and others
Principle 1:
Conducting A Needs Assessment
 A grant recipient shall base its program on a
thorough assessment of objective data
about the drug and violence problems in the
schools and communities served.
 Risk factors
 Protective factors
 Buffers
 Assets
Sample Data Sources
 Louisiana Caring Youth Survey
(formerly Communities That Care
 Title IV Performance Measures
 Incidence
 Prevalence
 Age at onset
 Perceptions of health risks
 Pre- and Post-Tests of Specific
Sample Data Sources cont’d
 Louisiana Student Information System
 Suspensions/Expulsions related to drugs or
 Other disciplinary data
 LA DOE Firearms Incidents Report
 Standardized Testing Data
 GEE 21, GEE
Sample Data Sources cont’d
 School Improvement Plan Data
Summary Report
 School Analysis Model (SAM) Domains
 Louisiana Needs Analysis (LANA)
 Southern Association of Colleges and
Schools (SACS) Report
 Self-Report Surveys
 Students
 Administrators & Faculty
 Parents
Principle 2:
Setting Measurable Goals & Objectives
 A grant recipient shall, with the
assistance of parents and community
representatives, establish a set of
measurable goals and objectives, and
design its activities to meet those goals
and objectives.
Title IV Goals, Objectives &
Performance Indicators
 Goals
 Are broad statements of measurable longterm impact
 Are developed at the federal and state
Title IV Goals, Objectives &
Performance Indicators
 NCLB Title IV Performance Goal
 “All students will be educated in learning
environments that are safe, drug-free,
and conducive to learning.”
 (State) Louisiana Title IV Goal
 “To help ensure that all schools are drugfree/ safe and disciplined by promoting
implementation of high quality alcohol,
tobacco, and other drug/violence
prevention programs”
Title IV Goals, Objectives &
Performance Indicators
 Objectives
 Are developed by LEAs
 Are aligned with federal and state goals and
local needs assessments
 Are specific, measurable, and time bound
 Are an expression of a desired outcome
 Are comprised of three components
 Nature of change
 Behavior, attitude, or factor addressed
 Population served
Title IV Goals, Objectives &
Performance Indicators
 Performance Indicators
 Are measures for which data is available to
help quantify the achievement of a desired
 Are comprised of four components:
 Time frame
 Indicator(s)
 Amount of change
 Means for measuring change
Title IV Goals, Objectives &
Performance Indicators
 Sample Title IV Objective/Performance Indicator
 By May 2007, the prevalence of first time drug use
reported by students on the Louisiana Caring Youth
Survey will be reduced by 5%.
 By May 2007, disruptive student behavior will decrease
by 15% from reported year 2006, as measured by
discipline referrals to administration. This targeted
decrease will result in no more than 170 referrals over
the course of the school year.
Note: Percent of change for indicators may be
specified by grade levels.
Principle 3:
Scientifically Based Research Programs
Based on scientifically based research demonstrating that
the program to be used will reduce violence and illegal
drug use.
Principle 4:
Program Evaluation
 Based on an analysis of the data
reasonably available at the time, of the
prevalence of risk factors, including high or
increasing rates of reported cases of child
abuse and domestic violence; protective
factors, buffers, assets; or other variables
identified through scientifically based
research that occur in schools and
Program Evaluation (cont.)
 Periodic Evaluations must be conducted.
 Evaluation is the systematic collection and
analysis of data needed to make decisions.
 Pre- and Post-Test
 Use results from evaluations to refine,
improve, and strengthen the program, as
well as to refine the performance measures.
Principle 5:
Parent Consultation
What role do parents play in implementing programs and
activities with state grants program funds?