Number of Students in a Local Education Agency Juvenile Corrections/Juvenile Detention Facility who Earned High School Course Credits - 90 Days After Exit: 2012-13 1
The total statewide number of students who earned transferrable high school course credits within 90 days of exiting a local education agency juvenile corrections/juvenile detention facility. [More about...]
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AR: Arkansas law and/or DHS policy and procedures do not allow facilities and their personnel to track students/clients upon their departure; if students have a personal relationship with the workers, they will follow-up with the worker.
CA: Data collected in SY 2012-13 cannot be separated out by In Facility and Within 90 days After Exit. As such, all outcome data have been reported in In Facilities column. The data collection has been amended for SY 13-14 to collect outcomes In Facility separate from Within 90 Days After Exit.
KS: Any data that is reported after exit will either come from students that have re-enrolled in a Kansas school or from information that was volunteered to the facilities.
NV: Where no data is reported the state is prohibited by law to have any contact after exiting the program.
NJ: There is currently no system in place by which student outcomes can be tracked effectively once students leave the juvenile detention center.
OK: Oklahoma does not have the ability to track student data upon exit at this time.
OR: LEAs have been inconsistent in being able to collect transitional data following a student's exit from the facility. We are providing additional training on this data set. Furthermore, ODE is revising its collection tool to acquire data that is missing. The out-of-range figure of 801 is an aggregate of both Juvenile Corrections and Juvenile Detention data reported by LEAs. Juvenile Detention data has been included into the data for Juvenile Corrections. The data for Other Programs was erroneously entered.
SD: In South Dakota, youth 14 years of age and older may be enrolled in job training courses and may be employed. LEAs where the students in the facilities are returning to another school or placement in their service area are able to track the students. Also, if the student goes to a new placement or to another LEA and that facility requests the transfer of records, the LEA/facility is able to collect enrollment data for the new placement. LEAs are not able to track other information.