Purpose: Section 944.801, (3), (f), F.S., this sheet summarizes the average change in literacy levels of CE Students during FY 2012-13 (July 2012 – June 2013).
Methodology: TABE tests administered to students during FY 2012-13 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 4,951 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) 5,591 for Reading, (b) 5,677 for Language, and (c) 6,154 for Total Mathematics.
Results: The following charts show the average gains made in each subject in terms of normal curve equivalents (NCE), scale scores, and grade equivalents (GE), respectively. To be included, students had to have both a pretest and posttest. Gain was made in all three subject areas and for the total battery. For an average of three months of instruction, the overall (total battery) gain was two points for the NCE scores and on the average there was a 12-point increase in scale scores. This translates into five months gain (.5) in GE scores.
|Change in Inmate Literacy Grade Equivalent Levels Over Five Years
(Average Gain Per 3 Months Of Instruction)
|Gains Expressed in Grade Equivalents (GE’s)|
Reading (N=5,591), Language (N=5,677), Total Math (N=6,154), Total Battery (N=4,951)
|Gains Expressed in Scale Scores|
|Gains Expressed in Normal Curve Equivalents (NCE’s)|
|FY 2012-13 GED and Vocational Certificates Awarded|
|Types of Award Locations||Diplomas and Certificates Awarded|
|Other DC Facilities*||261||0||184||445|
|* Other DC includes work release centers, work/forestry camps, road prisons, boot camps.
** LEA-Based includes Local Educational Agencies such as community colleges.
|Inmate Participation in Correctional Education Classes in FY 2012-13|
|Enrollments*||Mandatory Literacy||Adult Basic Education||ITA1||GED||HSD||Vocational||Total|
|Number of Courses||2,172||11,105||12,554||2,268||175||6,214||34,488|
|Number of Inmates||1,391||7,009||9,415||1,709||130||4,677||***24,331|
|Number of Courses||325||607||2,862||61||1,784||5,639|
|Number of Inmates||324||606||2,862||61||1,490||***5,343|
|Unduplicated Count of Inmate Participation in Correctional Basic Education in FY 2012-13|
* "Enrollments" includes inmates enrolled as of 7/1/12 and new enrollments through 6/30/13.
** "Completions" are from 7/1/12 through 6/30/13.
*** Inmates who participated in Mandatory Literacy, Adult Basic Education, GED and Vocational courses get counted for participation in all four programs.
"Number of Courses" and "Number of Inmates" are different for vocational counts since it is possible for a given inmate to be involved in more than one course in this program year.
For greater detail, Adult Basic Education (course "9900004") is shown in a separate column from the GED (course "9900026").
"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.
1ITA=Inmate Teaching Assistant Program.
Note that none of the counts in the above tables include program participation or certificates earned at private facilities. Inmates at the seven major private
facilities earned 489 GEDs and 1,125 vocational certificates in FY 2012-13.
|Correctional Facilities||100-Hour Transition||Academic & Special Education||Career & Technical Education||Faith- & Character- Based||Substance Abuse|
|Apalachee CI East||X||ASE,T1||1|
|Apalachee CI West||X||ITA|
|Atlantic WRC *||X||3|
|Avon Park CI||X||ASE,T1||6||1|
|Baker CI (R)||X||ITA||4||1|
|Bradenton Transition *||X||CE||1||A,O,P|
|Bridges of Jacksonville||X||A,O|
|Bridges of Orlando||X||CE||A,O|
|Bridges of Pompano WRC||X||CE||A,O|
|Central Florida RC||X||CF||SA|
|Central Florida RC East||X||ITA|
|Columbia CI||X||ASE, T1||1|
|Cross City CI||X||ITA||3|
|Daytona Beach WRC||X||3|
|Florida State Prison||X||CM|
|Florida State Prison West||X||ITA||2|
|Florida Women's Reception Center * (renamed Lowell Reception Center)||X||LEA,CF,ITA||FCBR|
|Ft. Pierce WRC||X||3|
|Hernando CI *||X||ITA||1||FCBR||1|
|Hollywood WRC *||X||A,O,P|
|Homestead CI *||X||ITA||2|
|Lake City WRC||X||3|
|Largo Residential Reentry Center||X||CE||A,O|
|Liberty CI Quincy Annex||X||LEA|
|Lowell Annex *||X||ASE,T1,CM,SHCOE||2||2|
|Lowell CI, BTU & WC *||X||ASE,T1||5||SA,1|
|Miami North WRC||X||3|
|Northwest Florida RC||X||ITA||FCBR||SA,1|
|Northwest Florida RC Annex||X||ITA,CF||2|
|Opa Locka WRC||X||3|
|Orlando Transition Center||X||CE||1||A,O,P|
|Orlando WRC *||X||3|
|Panama City WRC||X||3|
|Pinellas WRC *||X||3|
|Pompano Transition Center||X||CE||1||A,O,P|
|Reception & Medical Center||X||ASE,CF, ITA||SA|
|Reception & Medical Center West||X||ITA|
|Reentry of Ocala WRC||X||A,O|
|Sago Palm WC (R)||X||ITA||1||1|
|Santa Fe WRC||X||3|
|Santa Rosa Annex||X||ITA||1|
|Santa Rosa CI||X||CM|
|Shisa East *||X||A,O,P|
|Shisa West WRC *||X||A,O|
|South Florida RC||X||CF||SA|
|South Florida RC South||X|
|St. Petersburg WRC||X||3|
|Sumter CI & BTU||X||ASE,T1||5|
|Suncoast WRC *||X||CE||A,O|
|Tarpon Springs WRC||X||3|
|Transition House Kissimmee||X||CE||1||A,O,P|
|West Palm Beach WRC||X||3|
* = Female Facility; (R)=Re-Entry Center; CI=Correctional Institution; BTU=Basic Training Unit (Boot Camp); RC=Reception Center; WC=Work Camp; WRC=Work Release Center All correctional institutions provide Chaplaincy Services, General Library and Law Library programs.
Religious services are conducted at all work release centers.
Academic & Special Education: ASE = Academic Education Program staffed to provide special education services to disabled students; ITA = Academic Education Program for open-population inmates staffed by one Academic Teacher and Inmate Teaching Assistants; LEA = Academic Education Program operated by local education agency; CE = Contractor Operated Academic Education Program; CF = Child Find reception processing; CM = Close Management education including academic, special education and voluntary literacy as appropriate; SHCOE = Smart Horizons Career Online Education high school diploma program; T1 = Title I Program
Agency special education staff provide appropriate services to all verified special education inmates at work release centers.
Career & Technical Education: Number of programs offered at facility
Re-Entry: X = 100-Hour Transition Course or approved equivalent taught at facility.
Substance Abuse: SA = Screening Assessments; 1 = Intensive Outpatient; 2 = Residential Therapeutic Community; 3 = Outpatient Aftercare/Intervention; A = Aftercare; O = Outpatient; P = Prevention.
Faith- & Character-Based Programming: FCBR = Faith- and Character-Based Residential
|Career and Technical Education Programs by Facility|
|Facility / # of Programs||Career and Technical Education Programs|
|Apalachee CI - East (1)||(1) Carpentry|
|Avon Park CI (6)||(1) Automotive Technology Career Services, (2) Cabinetmaking, (3) PC Support Services, (4) Printing and Graphic Communications, (5) Turf Equipment Technology, (6) Applied Welding Technologies|
|Baker CI (4)||(1) Cabinetmaking, (2) Electricity, (3) Masonry, Brick and Block, (4) Plumbing Technology|
|Calhoun CI (1)||(1) Printing and Graphic Communications|
|Columbia CI (1)||(1) PC Support Services|
|Columbia Annex (1)||(1) Masonry, Brick and Block|
|Cross City CI (3)||(1) Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing, (2) Cabinetmaking, (3) PC Support Services|
|DeSoto Annex (3)||(1) Carpentry, (2) Masonry, Brick and Block, (3) Applied Welding Technologies|
|Franklin CI (1)||(1) Plumbing Technology|
|FSP West (2)||(1) Printing and Graphic Communications, (2) Plumbing Technology|
|Gulf CI (1)||(1) Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heating Technology|
|Hamilton CI (3)||(1) Cabinetmaking, (2) Electricity, (3) Masonry, Brick and Block|
|Hamilton CI Annex (1)||(1) PC Support Services|
|Hardee CI (1)||(1) Carpentry|
|Hernando CI * (1)||(1) Digital Design|
|Holmes CI (3)||(1) Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing, (2) PC Support Services, (3) Applied Welding Technologies|
|Homestead CI * (2)||(1) Automotive Technology Career Services, (2) PC Support Services|
|Lake CI (2)||(1) Cabinetmaking, (2) Wastewater/Water Treatment Technologies|
|Lancaster CI (6)||(1) Automotive Technology Career Services, (2) Carpentry, (3) Commercial Foods and Culinary Arts, (4) Environmental Services, (5) PC Support Services, (6) Printing and Graphic Communications|
|Lawtey CI (1)||(1) Architectural Drafting|
|Lowell CI * (5)||(1) Cosmetology, (2) Architectural Drafting, (3) PC Support Services, (4) Equine Care Technology, (5) Commercial Foods and Culinary Arts|
|Lowell CI Annex * (2)||(1) Fashion Design Services, (2) Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heating Technology|
|Madison CI (1)||(1) Commercial Foods and Culinary Arts|
|Marion CI (4)||(1) Cabinetmaking, (2) Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heating Technology, (3) Electricity, (4) Water/Wastewater Treatment Technologies|
|Mayo Annex (2)||(1) Electronics Technology, (2) PC Support Services|
|Polk CI (3)||(1) Automotive Technology Career Services, (2) PC Support Services, (3) Plumbing Technology/Fire Sprinkler Systems Technology|
|Sago Palm WC (1)||(1) PC Support Services|
|Santa Rosa Annex (1)||(1) Commercial Class "B" Driving|
|Sumter CI (5)||(1) Automotive Technology Career Services, (2) Electronics Technology, (3) Masonry, Brick and Block, (4) YO Masonry, Brick and Block, (5) YO Architectural Drafting|
|Suwanee CI Annex (2)||(1) Plumbing Technology, (2) PC Support Services|
|Taylor CI (1)||(1) Plumbing Technology|
|Taylor CI Annex (3)||(1) Carpentry, (2) Masonry, Brick and Block, (3) PC Support Services|
|Tomoka CI (2)||(1) Carpentry (2) Masonry, Brick and Block|
|Wakulla CI (1)||(1) Environmental Services|
|Wakulla Annex (1)||(1) Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heating Technology|
|Walton CI (2)||(1) Carpentry, (2) Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heating Technology|
* = Female facility
(#) = DC-operated career and technical education programs
YO = Youthful Offender program 9>