Program Year 2008
|Completed a Level and Advance One or More Levels||38,739|
|Number Separated Before Completion||25,413|
|Remaining within Level||46,312|
|Percentage Completing Level||46.20%|
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…in the program year 2008, New York Adult Education programs were attended by 71,524 adults identified as ESL, 54% of all students
New York Report Cards. Rubric that combines several elements of program performance to yield a single score that could be used to place agencies in four quartiles. The quartiles indicate that agency performance is unacceptable, marginal, adequate, or exemplary. Agencies receiving an unacceptable rating are placed under corrective action. They would be required to develop a corrective action plan and would receive technical assistance. They would be given from one to three years to improve performance. If after three years performance did not improve so that they are no longer in the unacceptable category, funding would be terminated.
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Deadlines and General Information, Third Wave Implications, new TABE Policy, new BEST Plus Scoring Policy, the NRS Manual for New York State, FY05 updates to the NRS Manual, and FY08 New York State NRS Performance Targets, can be found on the New York NRS
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