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1 Building a High School Student Dropout Recovery System: City of Los Angeles WIB & Los Angeles Unified School District National Association of Workforce Boards, Washington, DC March 10, 2013 Presented By: David Crippens and Lisa Salazar

2 Role of the WIB in Building a Repurposed System Provided vision and direction Established policy goal to focus on out-of-school youth Convened Youth Council and RFP committee Authorized use of WIA youth funds Approved structure, partnerships and RFP results Provided advocacy to Mayor and Council.

3 Expected outcomes of the new system Integrated education and workforce partnership Leadership in LA on policy issue of out of school youth At least a 100 percent increase of youth returned to school Platform to deliver services to this population

4 Dropout: A National Problem 1.2 million students did not graduate from high school in 2011 lost lifetime earnings for that class of dropouts alone total $154 billion 1 1 in 10 U.S. high schools is a dropout factory 2 1 Alliance for Excellent Education, The High Cost of High School Dropouts (2011) 2 Balfanz and Legters (2004)

5 Predictive Factors Academics Course Failure (Math and/or English) Credits Deficiency Retention Low test scores Attendance Chronic Absence Student Mobility Attitude and Behavior Mental health, social or emotional needs Disciplinary issues Push out / force out Disengaged students Poor relationships with teachers and peers Lack of opportunities for meaningful participation / activities

6 Chronic Absence Chronic absence is defined as missing about 1 month (18 days) of school, regardless of the reason (excused or unexcused) In a school year? Nationally, 1 in 10 kindergarten and first grade students are chronically absent. Students who are chronically absent in Kindergarten: Are more likely to perform poorly in first grade (particularly in Reading) Will have lower academic achievement and test scores in fifth grade 3 By sixth grade, this pattern of absence is a predictor of high school dropout 3 Chang and Romero, 2008

7 LAUSD and Chronic Absence 566,604 LAUSD enrollment 63,858 (11.3%) Chronically Absent students Over 1 in 10 LAUSD students

8 LAUSD and Chronic Absence 6,381 (14.1%) Chronically Absent Kindergarten students 7,907 (16.7%) Chronically Absent Grade 9 students

9 LAUSD Attendance Rates School Year Attendance Rate % % %

10 Progress toward Four Year Graduation 1 in 3 African American and Latino LAUSD high school students are NOT on track to graduate

11 California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) Passage 7 in 10 African American and Latino LAUSD high school students did NOT pass the ELA and/or Math portion of the CAHSEE

12 LAUSD Dropout Rate School Year Cohort Dropout Rate Data Not Available % %

13 LAUSD Graduation Rates School Year Cohort Graduation Rate % % %

14 LAUSD Performance Meter Goals

15 City Partnership With a shared commitment to serve our highest need communities, LAUSD Pupil Services, the City of LA Workforce Investment Board, and the Community Development Department (CDD) partnered to address the high school dropout crisis. Redesigned WIA Youth System on a Dropout Recovery Model emphasizing education and workforce development 16 sites: 13 new YouthSource Centers; 3 Agencies Largest partnership ever between the City of Los Angeles and the LAUSD 3

16 Highest Need Schools School Fairfax HS 71% Hollywood HS 61% Los Angeles HS 46% Marshall HS 67% Belmont HS 44% Bernstein HS 49% Contreras LC 64% Roybal 48% Mendez - Engineering 60% Mendez - Math 35% Ramona HS 10% Roosevelt HS CMNT 45% Roosevelt HS ESP 48% Roosevelt HS ARTS 33% Roosevelt LAW/GOV 37% Roosevelt HS Magnet 59% Roosevelt HS MED 39% Roosevelt HS STEM 31% Franklin HS 49% Lincoln HS 61% Wilson HS 59% Banning HS 55% Carson HS 49% Gardena HS 49% Narbonne HS 60% San Pedro HS 53% Source: School Report Card 4 Year Cohort Graduation Rate School Arleta HS 75% San Fernando HS 55% Sylmar HS 61% East Valley HS 50% Francis Polytechnic HS 70% Fulton College Prep 69% Panorama City HS 53% Foshay LC 81% Manual Arts HS 48% Santee HS 43% Jordan HS 34% Locke HS Fremont HS 37% Huntington Park HS 52% Jefferson HS 34% Riley HS 18% South Region #2 Crenshaw HS 35% Dorsey HS 44% Washington Prep HS 39% Canoga Park HS 65% Chatsworth HS 73% Reseda HS 65% Hamilton HS 63% University HS 66% Venice HS 57% N=52 4 Year Cohort Graduation Rate Data Not Available

17 Youth Source Centers

18 Accomplishments to Date: All 13 Centers operational with LAUSD Nearly 2,500 Out of School Youth one on one academic assessments LAUSD staff have instant access to school records and attendance information Over 1,900 youth have been enrolled in WIA Received DOL Workforce Investment Fund Grant to serve an additional 1,200 high school drop-outs based on model

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