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WIOA Primary Performance Measures
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For all WIOA Core programs: Adult, Dislocated Workers, Youth, ABLE, Vocational Rehabilitation and Wagner-Peyser (Wagner-Peyser will be excluded from performance measures 4 and 5):

1) Employment 2nd quarter after exit: the percentage of program participants who are in unsubsidized employment during the second quarter after exit from the program.

 For Youth: placement in employment or education 2nd quarter after exit: the percentage of program participants who are in education or training activities, or in unsubsidized employment, during the second quarter after exit from the program.

2) Employment 4th quarter after exit: the percentage of program participants who are in unsubsidized employment during the fourth quarter after exit from the program.

 For Youth: placement in employment or education 4th quarter after exit: the percentage of program participants who are in education or training activities, or in unsubsidized employment, during the fourth quarter after exit from the program.

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

4) Credential attainment rate: the percentage of program participants who obtain a recognized postsecondary credential or a secondary school diploma or its recognized equivalent during participation in or within 1 year after exit from the program.
Program participants who obtain a secondary school diploma or its recognized equivalent shall be included in the percentage counted as meeting the criterion if such participants, in addition to obtaining such diploma or its recognized equivalent, have obtained or retained employment or are in an education or training program leading to a recognized postsecondary credential within 1 year after exit from the program.

5) 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.

6) Effectiveness in serving employers (i.e., job retention): the indicators of effectiveness in serving employers. The percentage of program participants whose employer, in the 4th quarter after exit, is the same as the employer in the 2nd quarter after exit.


Page updated: 11/15/2017