Purpose: As per Section 944.801(3)(f), F.S., this page summarizes the average change in literacy levels of CE students from July 1, 2000 to June 30, 2001.
Methodology: TABE tests administered to students during FY 2000-01 were scored using TestMate and the Advanced Module of the TestMate System (test scoring and reporting system). Inmate names and DC numbers were used to track those who had both pretest and posttest scores during this period. This summary includes all inmate students who, during this period, had at least one matched set of scores (pretest and posttest scores) in at least one subject area. A total of 4,635 students had matched scores for all three of the subject areas (Total Battery) of Reading, Language, and Total Mathematics. The total sets of matched scores for each subject area were: (a) 4,904 for Reading, (b) 4,872 for Language, and (c) 5,299 for Total Mathematics.
Results: The three charts below show the average gains made in each subject in terms of grade equivalents (GE), scale scores, and normal curve equivalents (NCE), respectively. To be included, students had to have both a pretest and posttest. Gain was made in all three subject areas and for total battery. For an average of three months of instruction, the overall (total battery) gain was four months in GE scores. This translates to an average of an 11-point increase in scale scores and a gain of three points for the Normal Curve Equivalent Scores.
Reading (N=4,904), Language (N=4,872), Total Math (N=5,299), Total Battery (N=4,635)
|FY 2000-01 GED and Vocational Certificates Awarded|
|Type of Award Locations||GED Certificates Awarded||Vocational Certificates Awarded||Total Certificates Awarded|
|Other DC Facilities*||83||0||83|
|* Other DC includes work release centers, work/forestry camps, road prisons and boot camps. ** Non-DC includes contract drug facilities, counties, and other states.|
|Participation in Correctional Education Classes in FY 2000-01|
|Enrollments*||Mandatory Literacy||Adult Basic Education*||GED||Vocational||Total|
|Number of Courses||5,917||12,900||2,528||8,597||24,025***|
|Number of Inmates||5,917||12,900||2,528||7,670||23,098***|
|Number of Courses||2,776||1,125||1,178||2,460||4,763***|
|Number of Inmates||2,776||1,125||1,178||2,232||4,535***|
|Number of Courses||2,300||9,381||1,189||4,677||15,247***|
|Number of Inmates||2,300||9,381||1,189||4,192||14,762***|
|* "Enrollments" includes inmates enrolled as of 7/1/00 and new enrollments through 6/30/01.|
** "Completions" and "Other Exits" are from 7/1/00 through 6/30/01.
*** Inmates who participated in Mandatory, Literacy, Adult Basic Education, GED and Vocational courses get counted for participation in all four programs.
For greater detail beginning this year, Adult Basic Education is shown in a separate column from the GED.
"Completions" are defined as a CMP, ATT or CXS code on the DC32 screen for MLP and ABE participants, a GED certificate for course "9900026" participants, and a vocational certificate for vocational program participants.
"Other exits" are defined as any exit code on the DC 32 screen except for ATT, CXS and CMP.
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