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In order to best protect confidential and other important data, the ODJFS website will no longer support several outdated web browsers. Effective December 5, Internet Explorer 6 or older, Opera 4 or older and Netscape Navigator will no longer work on ODJFS sites that are https-enabled. Individuals can download the most recent version of Internet Explorer here and the most recent version of Opera here.
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Are the local agencies and service providers required to use OWCMS for the CCMEP Comprehensive Assessment? Are ALL CCMEP participants required to complete the comprehensive assessment before receiving any services? Are all individuals entering CCMEP required to receive a basic skills assessment? Can an additional assessment be given after the Individual Opportunity Plan (IOP) for CCMEP program participants? Can an individual receive CCMEP services if the Comprehensive Assessment is not complete? Can an OWF work-eligible individual be sanctioned for failing to attend a CCMEP Comprehensive Assessment? Can the basic skills assessment requirement of the CCMEP Comprehensive Assessment be waived for any reason? Can the practice WorkKeys on the OMJ website be utilized as the basic skills assessment? Can WorkKeys be used as a basic skills assessment? Does a program participant need to complete a new CCMEP Comprehensive Assessment each year? Does the basic skills assessment test that is part of the CCMEP Comprehensive Assessment apply to WIOA-funded in-school youth only, or are all program participants required to take a test? Does the WorkKeys assessment count towards a measurable skill gain? How long is the basic skills assessment valid? If an in-school youth is on an IEP with the school system are they still required to complete testing such as the TABE or an alternative option? Is the TABE locator an allowed assessment tool for the basic skills assessment? Must program participants who are severely disabled take a basic skills assessment? What are the approved basic skills assessments for CCMEP? What grade level is basic skills deficient? When must the CCMEP Comprehensive Assessment and IOP be completed? Which comprehensive assessment should I use for an in-school youth?