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Kentucky 21st cclc in perspective national comparison for 2006 2007 presented october 2008 ky 21st cclc program direc

Kentucky 21st CCLC in Perspective:

National Comparison for 2006-2007

Presented October 2008

KY 21st CCLC Program Director’s Meeting

Mindy Hightower King, Ph.D.

Jenell Holstead, MS

Center for Evaluation & Education Policy

Indiana University


Kentucky 21st cclc in perspective national comparison for 2006 2007 presented october 2008 ky 21st cclc program direc

Presentation Overview

  • Program Implementation

    • Student Attendance

    • Days of Operation

    • Activities

  • Participant Outcomes

    • Classroom Behaviors and Performance

    • Math and Reading/Language Arts Grades


Kentucky 21st cclc in perspective national comparison for 2006 2007 presented october 2008 ky 21st cclc program direc

Program Attendance: Kentucky v. All States

  • Compared to sites across the U.S., a greater proportion of Kentucky sites served more than 200 students during the 2006-2007 school year.

  • These figures include students who attended the program site at least once during the year.


Kentucky 21st cclc in perspective national comparison for 2006 2007 presented october 2008 ky 21st cclc program direc

Regular Program Attendance: Kentucky v. All States

  • Compared to sites across the U.S., a greater proportion of Kentucky sites served under 100 regular participants during the 2006-2007 school year.

  • These figures include students who attended the program site at least 30 days during the year.


Kentucky 21st cclc in perspective national comparison for 2006 2007 presented october 2008 ky 21st cclc program direc

Program Attendance: Special Services Eligibility

Special Services / Program Classification

for Regular Student Attendees

  • Compared to sites across the U.S., Kentucky sites served more regular program participants during the 2006-2007 school year with special needs or disabilities.

  • They served fewer students with limited English proficiency.


Kentucky 21st cclc in perspective national comparison for 2006 2007 presented october 2008 ky 21st cclc program direc

Days of Operation: Kentucky v. All States

  • Compared to sites across the U.S., a greater proportion of Kentucky sites were open three days per week during the 2006-2007 school year.

  • Fewer Kentucky sites were open four, five, or six days per week.


Kentucky 21st cclc in perspective national comparison for 2006 2007 presented october 2008 ky 21st cclc program direc

Academic Activities: Kentucky v. All States

  • Compared to sites across the U.S., a greater proportion of Kentucky sites provided enrichment activities and homework help during the 2006-2007 school year.

  • Fewer Kentucky sites provided tutoring.


Kentucky 21st cclc in perspective national comparison for 2006 2007 presented october 2008 ky 21st cclc program direc

Academic Activities: Kentucky v. All States

  • Compared to sites across the U.S., Kentucky sites provided fewer hours per week of each type of activity during the 2006-2007 school year.

  • Differences are likely related to the number of days/week KY sites operate.


Kentucky 21st cclc in perspective national comparison for 2006 2007 presented october 2008 ky 21st cclc program direc

Classroom Behavior (Teacher Survey): Kentucky v. All States

  • Teachers in Kentucky reported MORE improvement than those across all states in:

    • Volunteering

    • Attentive in Class

    • Participating in Class

    • Homework on Time

    • Completing Homework

    • Behaving in Class

    • Academic Performance

    • Coming to School Motivated to Learn

  • Teachers in Kentucky reported LESS improvement than those across all states in:

    • Attending Class Regularly

    • Getting Along with Students


Kentucky 21st cclc in perspective national comparison for 2006 2007 presented october 2008 ky 21st cclc program direc

Classroom Behavior (Teacher Survey): Kentucky v. All States

  • Compared to teacher reports of behavior across all states, more KY teachers reported improvements in participants behavior related to homework and academic performance


Kentucky 21st cclc in perspective national comparison for 2006 2007 presented october 2008 ky 21st cclc program direc

English / Language Arts Grades: Kentucky v. All States

English/Language Arts Grade Changes Among Regular Attendees during the 2006-2007 School Year

  • Compared to regular attendees across all states, fewer KY participants increased their English/Language Arts grade during 2006-2007.

  • KY sites served more students who had already achieved the highest grade possible.


Kentucky 21st cclc in perspective national comparison for 2006 2007 presented october 2008 ky 21st cclc program direc

Math Grades: Kentucky v. All States

Math Grade Changes Among Regular Attendees

during the 2006-2007 School Year

  • Compared to regular attendees across all states, fewer KY participants increased their math grade during 2006-2007.

  • KY sites served more students who had already achieved the highest grade possible.


Kentucky 21st cclc in perspective national comparison for 2006 2007 presented october 2008 ky 21st cclc program direc

English/Language Arts Grades in Kentucky – Three Year Comparisons

English/Language Arts Grade Changes Among Regular Attendees

during the 2004-2005, 2005-2006, and 2006-2007 School Years

  • Since 2004-2005, fewer regular participants in KY increased their English/Language Arts grade and more decreased their grade during.

  • NOTE: These figures have been adjusted from previous slides as “highest grade achieved” was not available in 04-05.


Kentucky 21st cclc in perspective national comparison for 2006 2007 presented october 2008 ky 21st cclc program direc

Math Grades in Kentucky – Three Year Comparisons

  • Since 2004-2005, fewer regular participants in KY increased their math grade and more did not change their grade.

  • NOTE: These figures have been adjusted from previous slides as “highest grade achieved” not available in 04-05.

Math Grade Changes Among Regular Attendees

during the 2004-2005, 2005-2006, and 2006-2007 School Years


Kentucky 21st cclc in perspective national comparison for 2006 2007 presented october 2008 ky 21st cclc program direc

Reading/Language Arts Grades: Program Attendance and Student Type Interactions

  • Overall, fewer middle school students increased their reading grade compared to elementary students.

  • Elementary students who attended more than 90 days increased their grade at greater rates than those who attended 30-59 days.


Kentucky 21st cclc in perspective national comparison for 2006 2007 presented october 2008 ky 21st cclc program direc

Math Grades: Program Attendance and Student Type Interactions

  • Overall, fewer middle school students increased their math grade compared to elementary students.

  • Elementary students who attended more than 90 days increased their grade at greater rates than those who attended 60-89 days.


Kentucky 21st cclc in perspective national comparison for 2006 2007 presented october 2008 ky 21st cclc program direc

Reading/Language Arts Grades: Program Attendance and Student Type Interactions

  • Compared to middle/high school participants, more elementary school students who attended programming 30-89 days achieved the highest grade possible in reading across both grading periods.

  • For middle/high school students, those with the best grades appear to be attending the program most frequently (90 or more days).


Kentucky 21st cclc in perspective national comparison for 2006 2007 presented october 2008 ky 21st cclc program direc

Math Grades: Program Attendance and Student Type Interactions

  • Compared to middle/high school participants, more elementary school students who attended 30-89 days achieved the highest grade possible in math across both grading periods.

  • For middle school students, those with the best grades appear to be attending the program most frequently.


Kentucky 21st cclc in perspective national comparison for 2006 2007 presented october 2008 ky 21st cclc program direc

Questions to ask about your program

  • Who do you serve?

    • Students with academic need?

    • Eligible for free and reduced lunch

    • Eligible for special education services

  • How frequently do you serve them?

    • Do you offer sufficient opportunities for regular participation?

    • How many students come more than 60 days per year? More than 90?

  • Are students making academic progress?

    • Is there room for progress?

    • Are all students making it?


Kentucky 21st cclc in perspective national comparison for 2006 2007 presented october 2008 ky 21st cclc program direc

Kentucky 21st CCLC in Perspective:

National Comparison for 2006-2007

Presented October 2008

KY 21st CCLC Program Director’s Meeting

Mindy Hightower King, Ph.D.

Jenell Holstead, MS

Center for Evaluation & Education Policy

Indiana University


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