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CCMEP Primary Performance Measures
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There are seven primary performance measures for each lead agency outlined in paragraph (A) of rule 5101:14-1-07 of the Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) and highlighted below:
1) Education, training or employment at exit: the percentage of program participants that are in unsubsidized employment, education, or training activities at exit.

2) Education, training or employment 2nd quarter after exit: the percentage of program participants that are in unsubsidized employment, education, or training activities during the second quarter after exit.

3) Education, training or employment 4th quarter after exit: the percentage of program participants that are in unsubsidized employment, education, or training activities during the fourth quarter after exit.

4) Credential attainment rate: the percentage of program participants that were in an education or training program while enrolled in CCMEP who obtain a recognized post-secondary credential, or a secondary school diploma or its recognized equivalent during participation in or within one year after exit from CCMEP. A program participant who has attained a secondary school diploma or its recognized equivalent can only be included in this measure if the program participant is also employed or is enrolled in an education or training program leading to a recognized postsecondary credential within one year after exit from the program.

5) Median earnings 2nd quarter after exit: the median earnings of program participants who are in unsubsidized employment during the second quarter after exit.

6) Measurable skill gains: the percentage of program participants who, during a program year, are in an education or training program that leads to a recognized postsecondary credential or employment and who are achieving measurable skill gains toward such a credential or employment. Gains will be based on attainment of one of the following: 1) gain in at least one educational functioning level; 2) secondary/post-secondary transcript/report card showing that the participant is achieving the state unit’s policies for academic standards; 3) satisfactory or better progress report towards established milestones from the employer/training provider who is providing training; or 4) successful completion of an exam that is required for a particular occupation, or progress in attaining technical or occupational skills as evidenced by trade-related benchmarks such as knowledge-based exams.

7) Effectiveness in serving employers (i.e., job retention): the percentage of program participants who were in unsubsidized employment during the second quarter after exit who during the fourth quarter after exit are employed with the same employer.

Page updated: 11/15/2017