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Performance

Contact: Lisa Gard lisa.gard@iowa.gov 515-281-3125

The purpose of monitoring is to promote program improvement. Annually benchmarks are set by agreement with the Office of Career, Technical and Adult Education. These benchmarks are reviewed and monitored quarterly. In addition to Educational Functioning Level gains, the state has set a pre-and post-test match rate of 60 percent and an enrollment goal for PY17 of 12,378 participants within the program year. A monthly snapshot on progress toward enrollment will be provided. This snapshot will be taken on the 15th of each month showing actual federally reported enrollment (all students with a pre-test and at least twelve (12) hours of instruction) and the goal for each program.

Enrollment Progress

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AEL Results

Chart IconUse data visualization to view Adult Education and Literacy summarized data.

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Monitoring

Contact:Teresa Garcìa teresa.garcia@iowa.gov 515-281-4723

The Iowa Department of Education, as the designated state agency, is required to monitor federally‐funded Adult Education and Family Literacy Act (AEFLA), for performance, fiscal management, and policy compliance. This monitoring tool has been developed based on Program, Instructor and Professional Development Standards for Adult Education and Literacy in Iowa aligned with the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Section 231(e).

The goal of the standards based monitoring is to generate useful information for program improvement. The self-review/monitoring should be conducted from an objective point of view, with accuracy as the guiding principle. Accuracy is assured only if the standards and indictors are impartially evaluated and recorded. An honest appraisal and reflection process allows the monitoring process to do its job: provide a baseline measurement of the degree to which the program meets each standard so that program leadership can identify and prioritize actual program needs. The resulting continuous quality improvement plans, aimed at enhancing program services or improving program operations, have the ultimate objective of increasing program effectiveness and learner achievement.

 

Adult Education and Literacy Monitoring Process Flowchart

Monitoring Documents
Cover Sheet
Monitoring Process Timeline
Pre-Monitoring Checklist
Pre-Monitoring Document Review (required)
Desktop/On-Site Monitoring Tool (required)
Worksheet: Risk Analysis
Worksheet: State TA/Training Request
Sample: Learner Interview and Survey #1 and #2
Adult Education and Literacy Instructional Staff Survey Template #1 and #2
Sample: Instructor Survey #1 and #2

On-Site Monitoring Documents
Agenda Template
Worksheet: Class Schedule
Classroom Observation

Printed from the Iowa Department of Education website on July 13, 2020 at 5:34pm.