Collecting Data for Career Clusters. Scott Hess, Chief, Effective Practices Branch, Discretionary Programs and Innovative Group, OVAE John Haigh, Chief, Performance and Accountability Branch, State Accountability and Administration Group, OVAE. Collecting Data for Career Clusters.
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Scott Hess, Chief, Effective Practices Branch, Discretionary Programs and Innovative Group, OVAE John Haigh, Chief, Performance and Accountability Branch, State Accountability and Administration Group, OVAE
Unduplicated enrollment data is reported by populations (gender, ethnicity & special populations) as before.
The 16 Career Cluster Areas will be added this year.
The total enrollment should include both secondary & postsecondary subtotals.
The form for Basic Grants & Tech-Prep are the same.
Step 1 – Report the unduplicated count.
Step 2 – Assign programs/sequences of courses to appropriate clusters.
Step 3 – Report total student enrollment for each cluster area.
Not-provided (N/P) Vs. “0”.
Local vs. state reported data
Local application & performance reporting
Non-traditional issues & clusters
Reporting Enrollment by Cluster, Issues:
Definition of a CTE concentrator &
Duplicated vs. unduplicated counts in
Combining or splitting clusters, &
Cell suppression in clusters
Standardization of key terms,
Uniform collection & reporting,
Consistency in training,
Data transparency, &
Local to State to Federal plan