Ensuring accurate data collection, data reporting, and data use for program evaluation purposes are important and essential components of Title I, Part D (Part D), programs. Data on academic and vocational outcomes provide information that the U.S. Department of Education (ED) and States need to assess student progress, demonstrate whether programs are meeting requirements, and identify needs so resources can be targeted appropriately.
This section provides information for Part D coordinators, subgrantees, and data administrators related to the Part D data collection, including the Federal data collection and reporting cycle; performance reports and publications reflecting the results of previous data collections; data quality and program evaluation tools and resources to assist with data use; and information related to developing comprehensive data systems and implementing pre- and posttesting within programs.
Present National and State data tables illustrating graphics on key demographics and academic outcomes for students enrolled in Title I, Part D, programs. These pages include longitudinal data from school year (SY) 2008-09 through 2010-11.
Updated November 2012
Link to the official CSPR web page and current Part II reporting forms on the ED Website. The Title I, Part D, section (Section 2.4) can be found on page 36 of the Part II forms for SY 2011-12. The deadline for submitting completed CSPR data for SY 2011-12 to ED is February 15, 2013.
Highlights the importance of the Federal data collection process, provides details about the Consolidated State Performance Report (CSPR) and the EDFacts initiative, expands upon reporting instructions, and offers checklists for reviewing data quality. May be accessed in full or as individual chapters.
A collection of resources that provide information on the anticipated changes to the Title I, Part D, reporting indicators for both school years (SY) 2011–12 and 2012–13.
A series of technical assistance tools that focus on reviewing and improving data quality and understanding Title I, Part D reporting requirements. These tools can be used as they are or customized for integration with State and local technical assistance tools and presentations.