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FY 2012 Indicators for School Health Programs. Key Measures. National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention. Division of Adolescent and School Health. Presentation overview. Background of Indicators Condom measures

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Fy 2012 indicators for school health programs

FY 2012 Indicators for School Health Programs

Key Measures

National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention

Division of Adolescent and School Health


Presentation overview

Presentation overview

  • Background of Indicators

  • Condom measures

  • Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth measures

  • Evidence-based interventions

  • Reported NGO assistance

  • Additional data on activities for youth at disproportionate risk


Background

Background

  • Annual process measures required of all funded partners

    • Collected through online tool

    • Reported by SEAs, TEAs, and LEAs funded for HIV Prevention and SEAs funded for Coordinated School Health

      • SEAs & TEAs funded for HIV Prevention presented here

  • Revised heavily for FY 2011

    • All SLIMs have corresponding Indicator

    • FY 2012 questions only comparable to FY 2011

      • But comparisons limited due to end of funding cycle


Response rates for seas and teas funded for hiv prevention

Response Rates for SEAs and TEAs funded for HIV Prevention

  • SEAs

    • Includes District of Columbia

    • Missouri, Nevada, and Utah not funded in FY 2012

    • 48 of 48 sites (100%) responded

  • TEAs

    • American Samoa, Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, Marshall Islands, Palau, and Puerto Rico in FY 2012

    • 5 of 6 sites (83.3%) responded

      • Marshall Islands did not respond

  • Cherokee Nation funded in FY 2012 and included in totals but not as SEA or TEA


Condom related measures

Condom-related measures


Fy 2012 indicators for school health programs

SEAs and TEAs that emphasized how to obtain condoms in guidance, curricula, professional development (PD), or technical assistance (TA) for students in grades 9-12

Yes

No

No Response

Not Funded

American Samoa

Palau

Cherokee Nation

Puerto Rico

N Mariana Islands

Dist. of Columbia

Guam

Marshall Islands


Fy 2012 indicators for school health programs

SEAs and TEAs that emphasized how to correctly use a condom in guidance, curricula, professional development (PD), or technical assistance (TA) for students in grades 9-12

Yes

No

No Response

Not Funded

American Samoa

Palau

Cherokee Nation

Puerto Rico

N Mariana Islands

Dist. of Columbia

Guam

Marshall Islands


Lgbtq activities

LGBTQ Activities


Seas and teas that conducted activities to address the needs of lgbtq youth

SEAs and TEAs that conducted activities to address the needs of LGBTQ youth

Yes

No

No Response

Not Funded

American Samoa

Palau

Cherokee Nation

Puerto Rico

N Mariana Islands

Dist. of Columbia

Guam

Marshall Islands


Fy 2012 indicators for school health programs

SEAs and TEAs that conducted activities to increase the capacityof districts and schools to foster parental acceptance and support for LGBTQ youth

Yes

No

No Response

Not Funded

American Samoa

Palau

Cherokee Nation

Puerto Rico

N Mariana Islands

Dist. of Columbia

Guam

Marshall Islands


Slim 10 lgbtq activities

SLIM 10: LGBTQ Activities


Evidence based interventions

Evidence-based interventions


Fy 2012 indicators for school health programs

SEAs and TEAs that provided PD on specific HIV prevention education curricula from a list of the Office of Adolescent Health (OAH) evidence-based programs and youth-focused DEBIs

Yes

No

No Response

Not Funded

American Samoa

Palau

Cherokee Nation

Puerto Rico

N Mariana Islands

Dist. of Columbia

Guam

Marshall Islands


Ebis for which pd was provided

EBIs for which PD was provided

  • Partners reported conducting PD on 21 of the 38 curricula on the OAH list & youth-focused DEBIs

  • Top five curricula

    • Reducing the Risk: 17 (24.3%)

    • Making a Difference! 8 (11.4%)

    • Be Proud! Be Responsible!: 6 (8.6%)

    • Draw the Line/Respect the Line: 6 (8.6%)

    • Safer Choices: 6 (8.6%)

  • Substantial variation in selected EBIs

    • 20 EBIs not selected by any site

    • Only 8 curricula selected by 3 or more sites


Reported ngo assistance

Reported NGO assistance


Partners who received pd or ta from cdc funded ngos

Partners who received PD or TA from CDC-funded NGOs

  • 43 partners (61.4%) received PD or TA from at least one CDC-funded NGO

    • 26 (54.2%) SEAs, 15 (93.8%) LEAs, 2 (40.0%) TEAs

  • Top five NGOs that provided PD or TA

    • ETR Associates: 22 (31.4%)

    • Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network: 18 (25.7%)

    • Advocates for Youth: 16 (22.9%)

    • National Coalition of STD Directors: 14 (20.0%)

    • Healthy Teen Network: 9 (12.9%)


Seas and teas that received pd or ta from gay straight alliance network

SEAs and TEAs that received PD or TA from Gay-Straight Alliance Network

Yes

No

No Response

Not Funded

American Samoa

Palau

Cherokee Nation

Puerto Rico

N Mariana Islands

Dist. of Columbia

Guam

Marshall Islands


Additional data on reaching youth at disproportionate risk

Additional DATA on reaching youth at disproportionate risk


Fy 2012 indicators for school health programs

SEAs and TEAs that conducted activities to address the needs of youthin correctional institutions and alternative settings

Yes

No

No Response

Not Funded

American Samoa

Palau

Cherokee Nation

Puerto Rico

N Mariana Islands

Dist. of Columbia

Guam

Marshall Islands


Homeless youth

Homeless youth

  • In FY 10, New Mexico, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, and Philadelphia included a response that mentioned “homeless” youth

  • In FY 11, only Tennessee specified “homeless” youth

  • In FY 12, no SEA or TEA specificed “homeless” youth


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