Appendix B - Performance Measures

APPENDIX B
PERFORMANCE MEASURES

OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES

Output Measure Objective Definition Reporting Format
1. Funds awarded for services Increase organizational capacity The amount of Title V or Formula Grants money in whole dollars that are awarded for school-based services during the reporting period. Program records are preferred data source. The State will complete this Measure
2. Number of MOUs developed Increase organizational capacity Number of Memoranda of Understanding or interagency agreements developed during reporting period of the program. Include all formal partnership or coordination agreements. Program records are the preferred data source. #
3. Number of program slots available Increase organizational capacity The number of client service slots available during the reporting period of the program. If slots were lost over the reporting period, please report a negative number. Program records are preferred data source. #
4. Number of FTE's funded with TV or FG money Increase organizational capacity Number of staff funded through Title V or Formula Grants, as measured through the number of Full-Time Equivalents, working for the program during the reporting period. Program records are the preferred data source. To calculate the FTE, divide the number of staff hours used by the program by 2080. #
5. Number of program materials developed Increase organizational capacity The number of materials that were developed during the reporting period. Include only substantive materials such as program overviews, client workbooks, lists of local service providers. Do not include program advertisements or sign in-sheets or client tracking forms. Count the number developed. #
6. Number and percent of program staff trained Increase organizational capacity The number and percent of program staff that are trained in school based services during the reporting period. Training does not have to be completed during the reporting period. To get the percent, divide the raw number by the total number of program staff.
  • A. Number of program staff who participated in training
  • B. Total program number of staff
  • C. Percent A/B
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B:
C = (A/B)
7. Number of hours of program staff training provided Increase organizational capacity The number of training hours in school-based services provided to program staff during the reporting period of the program. Training include in-house and external trainings. #
8. Number of planning activities conducted Improve planning and development Number of planning activities undertaken during the reporting period. Planning activities include meetings held; resource needs assessments undertaken, etc. #
9. Number of program youth served Improve program activities An unduplicated count of the number of youth served by the program during the reporting period. Definition of the number of youth served for a reporting period is the number of program youth carried over from the previous reporting period, plus new participants during the reporting period. #
10.  Average length of stay in program Improve program efficiency The average length of time (in days) that youth remain in the program. Include data for clients who both complete program requirements prior to program exit and those who do not. Program records are the preferred data source.
  • A. Total number of days between intake and program exit across all program youth exiting program
  • B. Number of cases closed
  • C. Percent A/B

A:

B:

C = (A/B)

OUTCOME MEASURES

Outcome Measure Objective Definition Reporting Format Results
1.  Number of delinquent youth Reduce Truancy The number of truants who were reviewed by the board, attendance records Number of truant youth #
2.  Number of school suspensions Improve Attendance Number of youth suspended from school and number of youth in program A. Number of truant youth in program
B. Number of suspended youth
C. Percent A/B
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B:
C = (A/B)
3.  Number and percent of youth exhibiting desired change in targeted behaviors Improve Attendance Number and % of youth who have exhibited an increase in school attendance A. Number of youth with noted behavioral change
B. Number of youth in program
C. Percent A/B
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B:
C = (A/B)
3A.  Length of stay in program Improve Attendance Number and percent of youth who remained in program A. Number of truant youth in program
B. Number of youth who did not complete program
C. Percent A/B
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B:
C = (A/B)
3B.  Number of repeat offenders Improve Attendance Number and percent of youth who were repeat offenders A. Number of repeat offenders
B. Number of non-repeaters
C. Percent A/B
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B:
C = (A/B)
3C.  GPA Improve pro-social behaviors Number and percent of youth who have exhibited an increase in GPA A. Number of youth with noted behavioral change
B. Number of youth in program
C. Percent A/B
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B:
C = (A/B)
4.  Youth Competing Requirements Increase Accountability Number and percent of youth who have successfully fulfilled program obligations A. Number of youth who exited the program having completed the requirements
B. Number of youth who left the program
C. Percent A/B
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B:
C = (A/B)
5.  Satisfaction with program Increase Program Support Number and percent of program families satisfied with the program. A. Number of families satisfied with the program
B. Number of families returning surveys
C. Percent A/B
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B:
C = (A/B)