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MEMO: AP 00-15

Last Updated: November 15, 2016

DATE: July 26, 2000

TO: WIB Directors; WIB Chairpersons; Grant Recipients

FROM: Lorna Joseph, Acting Director of Program Support

SUBJECT: WIA Transition Summer Report

Background: We have received instructions from the U.S. Department of Labor on the requirement for Connecticut to submit a WIA Transition Summer Report. This issuance is to provide WIA areas with their requirement for submitting a one time report almost identical to the report required by the feds.

Policy: Enclosed is the WIA Summer Transition Report and instructions. The report must be submitted by all WIA areas no later than October 6, 2000 to Stephen Litke or Cindy Cyr.

If you have any questions, please contact Steve Litke at (860) 263-6599.
 


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WIA TRANSITION SUMMER REPORT (THROUGH 9/30/00)
 
  1. WIA AREA: 
 
Section I - Participant Summary
1 Total Participants  
2 Total Participants in Academic-Basic Educational Skills Enrichment  
3 Total Number of JTPA Participants Terminated on or Before June 30, 2000  
Section II - Participant Characteristics Summary
4 Male   11 Black or African American  
5 Female   12 Hispanic or Latino  
6 Age: 14-15 Years   13 Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander  
7
16-18 Years
  14 White  
8
19-21 Years
  15 In-School Youth  
9 American Indian or Alaskan Native   16 Out-of-School Youth  
10 Asian   17 Total Number of Youth for Whom Additional Services are Planned  
Section III - Financial Summary
18  Total Expenditures   19 Average Cost per Participant  
18a Total Expenditures for In-School Participants        
18b Total Expenditures for Out-of-School Participants        
Remarks:
 
 

 

B. Signature and Title C. Date Signed D. Telephone No.

WIA TRANSITION SUMMER REPORT INSTRUCTIONS

  1. WIA Area: Enter the name of the WIA local area for which this form is being completed.
  2.  

    Section I - Participant Summary

    Line 1. Total Participants

    Enter the total number of youth who participated in the JTPA Title IIB grant program and/or the summer employment opportunities component of WIA through the end of the report period (September 30, 2000).

    "Participant", for reporting purposes, means an individual who has been determined eligible to participate in and who is receiving services under either or both of the two specified programs. Participation shall be deemed to commence on the first day, following determination of eligibility, on which the individual began receiving services.

    Line 2. Total Participants in Academic-Basic Educational Skills Enrichment

    Enter the number of JTPA Title IIB participants who were enrolled in academic basic educational skills enrichment activities. This includes participants who have such activities linked with work experience or as a stand-alone activity. This entry may not exceed the entry for Line 1.

    This reporting item applies only to JTPA Title IIB participants (both those who terminate as JTPA participants and those who transition into WIA Title I participants on July 1). Those participants who register as WIA Title I participants and are never enrolled in JTPA Title IIB are not included in this line.

    The definition of Academic-Basic Educational Skills Enrichment means "the enhancement of the traditional educational skills of reading, mathematics, and writing attained through classroom or project-based learning methods."

    NOTE: For the number of youth in Line 2, show the percentage of youth who maintained and youth who gained academic-basic educational skills of reading, mathematics, and/or writing during the summer reporting period. The results should be reported in the "Remarks" section. For example: Line 2: Maintained Skills-78%, Gained Skills-12%.

    Although ETA is not recommending any particular testing protocol, pre and post testing is encouraged when assessing skill gain of youth. Service providers are encouraged to select assessment instruments that have been identified as appropriate tools for measuring basic educational skills attained in the academic enrichment component of the summer program.

    Line 3. Total Number of JTPA Participants Terminated on or Before June 30, 2000

    Enter the total number of JTPA participants that terminated on or before June 30, 2000; i.e., those participants who do not transition into WIA Title I.

    Section II - Participant Characteristics Summary

    Gender

    Line 4. Male

    Line 5. Female

    Distribute the participants by line according to gender. The sum of Lines 4 and 5 should equal Total Participants (Line 1).

    Age

    Line 6. 14-15 Years

    Line 7. 16-18 Years

    Line 8. 19-21 Years

    Distribute the participants by line according to age (based on date of birth) at the time of registration (entry into the program). The sum of Lines 6 through 8 should equal Total Participants (Line 1).

    Race/Ethnic Group

    Line 9. American Indian or Alaskan Native

    Line 10. Asian

    Line 11. Black or African American

    Line 12. Hispanic or Latino

    Line 13. Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander

    Line 14. White

    Distribute the participants by line according to the Race/Ethnic Groups listed above. The sum of Lines 9 through 14 should equal Total Participants (Line 1).

    School Status

    Line 15. In-School Youth

    Enter the total number of participants who are currently enrolled in and are attending any school or are between school terms and intend to return to school. For JTPA participants who are grandfathered into WIA, the JTPA in-school youth definition applies. JTPA in-school youth means a youth who has not yet attained a high-school diploma and is attending school full time. For WIA participants who register July 1, or after (not grandfathered into WIA), in-school youth are those who do not meet the definition of WIA out-of-school youth.

    Line 16. Out-of-School Youth

    Enter the total number of participants who are not enrolled in or attending any school or are not between school terms or do not intend to return to school. For JTPA participants who are grandfathered into WIA, the JTPA out-of-school definition applies. For JTPA, an out-of-school youth is a youth who does not meet the definition of an in-school youth above. For WIA participants who register July 1 or after (not grandfathered into WIA), the WIA out-of-school definition applies.

    Under WIA, an "out-of-school youth" means an eligible youth who is a school dropout; or an eligible youth who has received a secondary school diploma or its equivalent, but is basic skills deficient, unemployed, or underemployed. A youth's dropout status is determined at the time of registration. Therefore, a youth who is out-of-school at the time of registration and subsequently placed in an alternative school may be considered an out-of-school youth (based on proposed final regulations). However, a youth that is enrolled in an alternative school at the time of registration is not considered a school dropout

    Note: The sum of Lines 15 and 16 should equal Total Participants (Line 1).

    Line 17. Total Number of Youth for Whom Additional Services are Planned

    Enter the total number of participants from Lines 15 and 16 whose individual service strategy plans include further services (including follow-up services) following completion of summer employment opportunities.

    Line 18. Total Expenditures

    Enter the total dollar amount of federal youth funds expended for allowable program activities on JTPA Title IIB and/or summer employment opportunities under WIA through the end of the reporting period.

    Line 18a. Total Expenditures for In-School Participants

    Of the amount on Line 18, enter the total dollar amount of federal youth funds expended on in-school participants.

    Line 18b. Total Expenditures for Out-of-School Participants

    Of the amount on Line 18, enter the total dollar amount of federal youth funds expended on out-of-school participants.

    Note: The sum of lines 18a and 18b should equal Total Expenditures (Line 18).

    Line 19. Average Cost Per Participant

    Enter the total dollar amount of federal youth funds expended, divided by the total number of participants.

    B. Please sign this report and put your title on.
    C. Please record the date the report is signed.
    D. Please enter the telephone number of the individual signing the report.

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