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Overview for CTE EducatorsCTE Accountability, Budget and Grants Management: Data Reporting

Susan Cowden: Director of Accountability, Budget & Grants of CTE

Li-Zung Lin: eTIGER Data Application and Reporting


Upon Completion of Workshop…

  • Understand the federal and state funding that supports CTE programs

  • Understand data tracking and reporting in eTIGER and the other data systems that support federal and state reporting


Roles and Responsibilities

  • Perkins IV Oversight and Compliance

  • State and Perkins IV Funding

  • Data Tracking and Reporting

  • Data Analysis


Perkins Funding

  • 2013 - 2014 : $21,382,842

  • 2012 - 2013 : $23,638,770

  • 2011 - 2012 : $23,510,732

  • 2010 - 2011 : $25,366,106

  • 2009 - 2010 : $26,114,005

  • 2008 - 2009 : $25,623,791


CTE Data


eTIGER?

  • eTIGER (EIS – TIGER)

    • Timely Information Gathering, Examination, and Reporting CTE on-line data collecting system

    • Collect statewide data for CTE specifically

  • In-house development

  • Teacher level data reporting


eTIGER Data Life Cycle


eTIGER Data Life Cycle

11/1 – 3/1

8/16 - 8/15

9/1 – 10/31


8/16 to 8/15 From EIS to eTIGER

CTE Data Life Cycle


8/16 to 8/15 Report to eTIGER

CTE Data Life Cycle


9/1 to 10/31 Review Data

CTE Data Life Cycle


11/1 to 3/1 Generate Reports

CTE Data Life Cycle


Why Is Data Important?

eTIGER Enhancements 2013


Data Is Important !

Accountability is a key feature in Perkins IV

Data supports the Program Performance

and Continued Funding

Current emphasis on Reauthorization and

Program Changes

Interim Report: National Association of

Career and Technical Education


Data Is Important: An Example!

  • 3 or 4 (data, as a value)


Data Is Important: An Example!

  • 3 or 4 (data, as a value)

  • CTE Competency Attainment Rubric score 3 or 4


Data Is Important: An Example!

  • 3 or 4 (data, as a value)

  • CTE Competency Attainment Rubric score 3 or 4

  • A student has competency rubric score of 3 or 4 means this student performed satisfactorily either in “Proficient” or “Advanced” level.


Data Is Important: An Example!

  • 3 or 4 (data, as a value)

  • CTE Competency Attainment Rubric score 3 or 4

  • A student has competency rubric score of 3 or 4 means this student performed satisfactorily either in “Proficient” or “Advanced” level.

  • The rubric performance value of 3 or 4 meets the skill attainment required and will be used to calculate the % of skill attainment of a student.


Data Is Important: An Example!

  • 3 or 4 (data, as a value)

  • CTE Competency Attainment Rubric score 3 or 4

  • A student has competency rubric score of 3 or 4 means this student performed satisfactorily either in “Proficient” or “Advanced” level.

  • The rubric performance value of 3 or 4 meets the skill attainment required and will be used to calculate the % of skill attainment of a student.

  • A CTE student has 75% of skill attainment performance score will be counted onto the Perkins CAR code indicator 2S1, Technical Skill Attainment.


Data Is Important: An Example!

  • 3 or 4 (data, as a value)

  • CTE Competency Attainment Rubric score 3 or 4

  • A student has competency rubric score of 3 or 4 means this student performed satisfactorily either in “Proficient” or “Advanced” level.

  • The rubric performance value of 3 or 4 meets the skill attainment required and will be used to calculate the % of skill attainment of a student.

  • A CTE student has 75% of skill attainment performance score will be counted onto the Perkins CAR code indicator 2S1, Technical Skill Attainment.

  • The overall performance level of CAR code indicators will present the CTE Program performance of the year.


CTE Data Populated from EIS

  • Enrollment (class list, class roster)

    • Class assignment

    • Teacher assignment

    • Student assignment page35

  • Teacher Demographic Data page36

  • Student Demographic Data page37


CTE Data Reported in eTIGER

  • Data for Class Performance

    • Competencies Attainment (CTE Rubric) page38

    • Credit Earned, Dual Credit, Dual Enrollment page 39, 40, 41

    • Concentrators pag42, 43

    • Certificates page44, 45

  • Data for Follow-up Survey page46

  • Data for Program of Study page47


Reports Available in eTIGER

  • Teacher’s Class History page48

  • Student’s Course History page49

  • Student Certificates Report page50

  • Rubric Class Report by Students page51

  • CTE Concentrators – CTE Concentrators for the school year

  • Class Performance Report page52

  • Student Competency Profile page53, 54

  • Follow-Up Results page55


eTIGER as Data Resources

  • Perkins CAR Report (Federal)

    • Academics, skill performance; completion; placement; non-traditional for senior concentrators

  • EDEN/EDFacts Data Report (Federal)

    • Academics, skill performance; completion; placement; non-traditional for senior concentrators

  • CTE Report Card (State/System/School)

    • CTE program profile; CAR report

  • Teacher /Course / Program Evaluation

  • Other Research or Studies


CTE Report CardProgram Overview

  • Course Enrollments

  • Teachers

  • Students

  • Programs of Study

  • Dual Credits/Dual Enrollments

  • CTE Student Organizations

  • CTE vs HS Students Distribution


CTE Report Card Perkins IV CAR* Data

  • Academic Attainment

  • 1S1: Reading/Language Arts

  • 1S2: Mathematics

  • 2S1: Technical Skill Attainment

  • 3S1: Secondary School Completion

  • 4S1: Student Graduation Rates

  • 5S1: Secondary Placement

  • 6S1: Nontraditional Participation

  • 6S2: Nontraditional Completion

  • *CAR: Consolidated Annual Report http://tn.gov/education/data/report_card/2013.shtml


  • Select the link for step-by-step screen learning

    eTIGER Enhancements 2013

    Report Concentrators

    Cohort Concentrators

    Rubric Data Off-Line

    Student Certificates

    Class Data

    Attest or Approval Data

    Current Students vs All Students

    eTIGER Enhancements 2013


    Do you know how to access the below screens at eTIGER?

    • CTE Course List

    • Standards and competencies of a CTE course

    • Rubric data report screen

    • Saved class performance data

    • Student competency profile

    • Rubric Report by class

    • Student course history

    • Student personal information

    • Instructor information

    eTIGER Enhancements 2013

    eTIGER Enhancements 2013


    Thank You!


    Report Concentrators

    eTIGER Enhancements 2013


    A CTE Concentrator?

    • Any CTE student who earns the 3rd credit in a career cluster or a program of study.

    • A student can possibly becomes a concentrator in more than one career cluster or more than one program of study.

    • A student can also possibly become a concentrator in the same career cluster multiple times if their concentrations are in different programs of study.

    • A student will not become a concentrator in the same program of study more than one time.


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    Usage of CTE Concentrator Data

    • Reported CTE Concentrator for the current school year – for Teacher Evaluation, due by end of May (the concentrator list sent to TEAM group).

    • Calculate Graduation Rate of CTE Cohort Concentrators (4S1) by Data & Communication Division (due June, 15 for identifying the Cohort Concentrators).

    • Use Cohort Concentrators to calculate Academic Attainment in Language Arts and Mathematics (1S1 and 1S2); and Completion rate (3S1) for Federal and CTE Report Card.

    • Also, apply Cohort Concentrators of prior year for Secondary Placement (5S1) for Federal and CTE Report Card.

    • Use Concentrator for the year to calculate Skill Attainment (2S1) and Non-traditional Completion (6S2) for Federal and CTE Report Card.


    Cohort Concentrators

    eTIGER Enhancements 2013


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    Cohort / Graduation Rate Process

    • Division of Data & Communication hosts the Cohort/Graduation Rate process which starts from February ends in August.

    • Steps in this Process:

      • Identify Cohort students of the school year

      • (Verify CTE Cohort Concentrator of the school year)

      • Report “Completion Type” information for Cohort students

      • (Verify CTE Cohort Concentrator with the accurate type of completion reported to State)

      • Calculate the Graduation Rate based on the identified Cohort students

      • (Verify the graduation rate of CTE Cohort Concentrators)


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    School Courses Listing (Director’s View)


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    School Courses Listing (Teacher’s View)


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    Class Roster


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    Teacher, Class, Student Assignments at Class Roster


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    Teacher Demographic Data


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    Student Demographic Data


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    Competencies Rubric Report


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    Earned Credits, Dual Credit & Enrollment 3-1


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    Earned Credits, Dual Credit & Enrollment 3-2


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    Earned Credits, Dual Credit & Enrollment 3-3


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    Making Concentrators 2-1


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    Making Concentrators 2-2


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    Report Certificates 2-1


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    Report Certificates 2-2


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    Follow-up Data Entry


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    Program of Study Selection


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    Teacher Class History


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    Student Course History


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    Student Certificates Report


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    Rubric Class Report by Students


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    Class Performance Report


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    Student Competency Profile 2-1


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    Student Competency Profile 2-2

    Data Important


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    Follow-Up Results


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    Concentrator Report


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    2S1 - Technical Skill Attainment


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