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High School Equivalency Program - Annual Report

Annual School Report for GED Testing Service

2012-2013 School Year

There will be no GED Option School Report for the 2012-2013 school year.

2009-2010 School Year

2009-2010 was the first year the annual report was on-line for approved campuses with a HSEP.  The survey is currently closed for the 2009-2010 school year.  Results are in the 2009-2010 GED Option Statistical Report which provide an even clearer picture of GED Option participation.

You can view screenshots of the survey along with helpful instructions.  This document will help local staff be aware of the types of information they are asked to gather before attempting to fill in data (see some of the questions under "Information you will need to track" below).

Information you will need to track:

* Information tracked at TEA, you can request this information from HSEP department at TEA.
+ Information tracked at TEA using the new spreadsheet.

  • *Number of students who participated in your GED Option program for the school year.

  • +Number of GED Option participants assessed through standardized tests as performing at the following academic grade levels before/at entry to your GED Option program. Grades:
    •  7th and 8th 
    •  9th and 10th 
    •  11th and 12th 

  • As of June 30, number of GED Option participants assessed through standardized tests as performing at the following academic grade levels. Grades:
    •  7th and 8th 
    •  9th and 10th 
    •  11th and 12th 

  • *Gender: As of June 30, number of GED Option participants who were either male or female.

  • *Age: As of June 30, number of GED Option participants who were at entry to your GED Option program:
    • younger than 16
    • 16
    • 17
    • 18
    • older than 18

  • +Race / Ethnicity: As of June 30, 2010, number of GED Option participants who were:
    • Hispanic – Latino
    • American Indian – Alaska Native
    • Asian
    • Black – African-American
    • Native Hawaiian – Other Pacific Islander
    • White
    • of two or more races

  • +Number of GED Option participants who had, at entry in your GED Option program:
    • 0 – 10 credits
    • 11 – 20 credits
    • more than 20 credits

  • +As of June 30, 2010, number of GED Option participants:
    • Involved in the juvenile or adult justice system
    • Eligible for free or reduced school lunch program
    • Receiving special education services

  • Number of hours of instruction per week GED Option participants typically received in the following areas:
    • General academic courses
    • Academic content specific to GED Testing
    • Computer skills training
    • Financial literacy
    • Career and technical instruction
    • Employment skills training
    • Career exploration
    • Life skills training

  • *Number of hours of work experience (internship, work experience, or other career experience) per week GED Option participants typically participated in.

  • For the 2009-2010 school year, number of hours of individual and/or group counseling per academic year GED Option participants typically received from counselors: (Counselors are staff who specialize in providing counseling services as their primary role.) :
    • Intake on entry
    • Academic Counseling
    • Personal Counseling
    • Career Counseling
    • Transition Counseling
    • Assessment for proficiency

  • Number of GED Option participants who left your program before taking the GED Test in even one content area.

For More Information Contact:

HSEP
512/475-3541
hsep@tea.state.tx.us

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