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Course Enrollment 2011 - 2012
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Course Enrollment
9-12 Secondary Enrollment
Avg# Courses per Student
StateTotal Course Enrollment 379,096 281,409 1.35
SystemAlcoa 464 544 0.85
 Alvin C. York Institute 1,076 682 1.58
 Anderson County 4,520 2,185 2.07
 Bedford County 2,151 2,211 0.97
 Benton County 1,441 695 2.07
 Bledsoe County 756 565 1.34
 Blount County 5,864 3,341 1.76
 Bradford 272 175 1.55
 Bradley County 5,065 3,185 1.59
 Bristol 572 1,187 0.48
 Campbell County 3,369 1,695 1.99
 Cannon County 1,006 643 1.56
 Carroll County 13 5 2.60
 Carter County 2,141 1,488 1.44
 Cheatham County 1,341 2,102 0.64
 Chester County 1,267 813 1.56
 Claiborne County 2,440 1,392 1.75
 Clay County 628 286 2.20
 Cleveland 1,730 1,325 1.31
 Cocke County 2,356 1,654 1.42
 Coffee County 3,181 1,550 2.05
 Crockett County 1,250 780 1.60
 Cumberland County 5,448 2,211 2.46
 Davidson County 27,174 20,288 1.34
 DeKalb County 1,527 843 1.81
 Decatur County 848 471 1.80
 Dickson County 2,457 2,455 1.00
 Dyer County 1,845 1,112 1.66
 Dyersburg 1,452 893 1.63
 Elizabethton 1,649 806 2.05
 Fayette County 1,198 890 1.35
 Fayetteville 108 123 0.88
 Fentress County 269 294 0.91
 Franklin County 2,070 1,616 1.28
 Gibson Co Sp Dist 1,185 1,077 1.10
 Giles County 2,418 1,170 2.07
 Grainger County 2,007 1,095 1.83
 Greene County 2,791 2,224 1.25
 Greeneville 247 847 0.29
 Grundy County 1,306 717 1.82
 H Rock Bruceton 413 218 1.89
 Hamblen County 6,765 2,818 2.40
 Hamilton County 8,854 11,872 0.75
 Hancock County 343 299 1.15
 Hardeman County 2,191 1,152 1.90
 Hardin County 2,041 1,100 1.86
 Hawkins County 3,132 2,388 1.31
 Haywood County 763 948 0.80
 Henderson County 2,269 1,384 1.64
 Henry County 2,079 1,395 1.49
 Hickman County 2,619 1,170 2.24
 Houston County 508 411 1.24
 Humboldt 693 367 1.89
 Humphreys County 2,204 890 2.48
 Huntingdon 629 384 1.64
 Jackson County 807 478 1.69
 Jefferson County 2,458 2,169 1.13
 Johnson City 2,348 2,176 1.08
 Johnson County 1,490 640 2.33
 Kingsport 886 1,899 0.47
 Knox County 22,074 16,976 1.30
 Lake County 287 243 1.18
 Lauderdale County 2,220 1,296 1.71
 Lawrence County 3,684 2,026 1.82
 Lenoir City 1,282 1,262 1.02
 Lewis County 35 582 0.06
 Lincoln County 2,386 1,362 1.75
 Loudon County 2,069 934 2.22
 Macon County 1,956 1,128 1.73
 Madison County 8,063 3,808 2.12
 Manchester 166 75 2.21
 Marion County 2,394 1,121 2.14
 Marshall County 2,878 1,531 1.88
 Maryville 1,351 1,482 0.91
 Maury County 8,891 3,216 2.76
 McKenzie 795 403 1.97
 McMinn County 6,066 2,248 2.70
 McNairy County 2,845 1,281 2.22
 Meigs County 867 537 1.61
 Memphis 28,814 31,854 0.90
 Milan 1,725 625 2.76
 Monroe County 2,509 1,985 1.26
 Montgomery County 14,959 8,182 1.83
 Moore County 460 310 1.48
 Morgan County 1,572 942 1.67
 Oak Ridge 1,604 1,395 1.15
 Obion County 2,457 1,148 2.14
 Oneida 213 371 0.57
 Overton County 1,409 959 1.47
 Perry County 645 366 1.76
 Pickett County- 199-
 Polk County 974 832 1.17
 Putnam County 2,093 3,179 0.66
 Rhea County 1,123 1,353 0.83
 Roane County 1,687 2,190 0.77
 Robertson County 4,830 3,139 1.54
 Rutherford County 15,446 13,045 1.18
 Scott County 762 741 1.03
 Sequatchie County 383 657 0.58
 Sevier County 3,841 4,439 0.87
 Shelby County 19,211 14,623 1.31
 Smith County 1,358 921 1.47
 South Carroll 359 116 3.09
 Stewart County 2,053 654 3.14
 Sullivan County 5,822 3,525 1.65
 Sumner County 15,939 8,396 1.90
 Tipton County 5,009 3,595 1.39
 Trenton 676 425 1.59
 Trousdale County 577 391 1.48
 Tullahoma 857 1,093 0.78
 Unicoi County 1,121 746 1.50
 Union City 597 347 1.72
 Union County 1,075 849 1.27
 Van Buren County 224 241 0.93
 Warren County 3,110 1,863 1.67
 Washington County 4,212 2,901 1.45
 Wayne County 1,320 690 1.91
 Weakley County 1,563 1,336 1.17
 West Carroll Sp Dist 495 305 1.62
 White County 1,212 1,179 1.03
 Williamson County 8,156 10,403 0.78
 Wilson County 3,941 5,595 0.70
Course Enrollment by Program Area 2011 - 2012
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Program Areas
Course Enrollment
%
Grades 9-12Agricultural Education 33,547 8.85
 Business Technology Education 88,210 23.27
 Contextual Academics 6,390 1.69
 Family and Consumer Science Education 51,773 13.66
 Health Science Education 39,422 10.40
 Marketing Education 16,726 4.41
 Technology Engineering Education 8,953 2.36
 Trade and Industrial Education 97,178 25.63
 Work-Based Learning 2,435 0.64
Program Areas
Course Enrollment
%
Grades 5-8Fifth Grade Career and Technical Education 148 0.04
 Sixth Grade Career and Technical Education 5,660 1.49
 Seventh Grade Career and Technical Education 13,118 3.46
 Eighth Grade Career and Technical Education 14,361 3.79
Teacher by Program Area 2011 - 2012
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Program Areas
Teachers
%
Grades 9-12Agricultural Education 340 8.02
 Business Technology Education 819 19.31
 Contextual Academics 146 3.44
 Family and Consumer Science Education 476 11.22
 Health Science Education 378 8.91
 Marketing Education 194 4.57
 Technology Engineering Education 103 2.43
 Trade and Industrial Education 1,289 30.39
 Work-Based Learning 140 3.30
Program Areas
Teachers
%
Grades 5-8Fifth Grade Career and Technical Education 3 0.07
 Sixth Grade Career and Technical Education 42 0.99
 Seventh Grade Career and Technical Education 123 2.90
 Eighth Grade Career and Technical Education 137 3.23
Program of Study 2011 - 2012
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Cluster
System Adopted
State Approved Programs of Study 3480
Agriculture465
 Architecture421
 Arts, A/V Technology & Communication177
 Business, Management, and Administration298
 Education and Training116
 Finance and Management90
 Government & Public Administration44
 Health Science417
 Hospitality and Tourism155
 Human Services421
 Information Technology276
 Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security97
 Manufacturing120
 Marketing, Sales and Services112
 Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics79
 Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics192
Special Programs of Study 122
Dual Credit and Dual Enrollment 2011 - 2012
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# Dual Credit
Students
# Dual Credit
Courses
# Dual Enroll
Students
# Dual Enroll
Courses
% Earning
Post-Secondary
Dual Enroll Credits
Total Dual Credit
Dual Enrollment
Students
Total Dual Credit
Dual Enrollment
Courses
State67734102738290 97.669511700
Alcoa00352 100.00352
Alvin C. York Institute937776 96.1017013
Anderson County846611 100.007415
Bedford County31200-312
Benton County0000-00
Bledsoe County2881100-28811
Blount County1388724 100.0021012
Bradford0000-00
Bradley County6291981 100.0063720
Bristol0000-00
Campbell County467425 95.248812
Cannon County0000-00
Carroll County0000-00
Carter County881244 100.009216
Cheatham County262262 100.00524
Chester County171171 100.00342
Claiborne County21442 100.00256
Clay County00985 94.90985
Cleveland166500-1665
Cocke County0000-00
Coffee County40200-402
Crockett County81203 100.00284
Cumberland County628818 100.009420
Davidson County3632113414 97.7649735
DeKalb County2100-21
Decatur County1111 100.0022
Dickson County0032 100.0032
Dyer County1815610 100.007411
Dyersburg0000-00
Elizabethton15242 0.00194
Fayette County0000-00
Fayetteville0000-00
Fentress County0062 100.0062
Franklin County2571631 100.0026017
Gibson Co Sp Dist2100-21
Giles County5952831218 100.0090746
Grainger County95400-954
Greene County2100-21
Greeneville0000-00
Grundy County8231 100.00113
H Rock Bruceton0000-00
Hamblen County0000-00
Hamilton County4011300-40113
Hancock County0000-00
Hardeman County63105 60.00168
Hardin County00536 100.00536
Hawkins County9231 100.00123
Haywood County0000-00
Henderson County1121 100.0032
Henry County0000-00
Hickman County0072 100.0072
Houston County0000-00
Humboldt0000-00
Humphreys County0000-00
Huntingdon0000-00
Jackson County601413318 100.0019332
Jefferson County12300-123
Johnson City0011 100.0011
Johnson County12200-122
Kingsport23300-233
Knox County936849 98.8117715
Lake County0000-00
Lauderdale County00528 94.23528
Lawrence County278111909 97.8946820
Lenoir City182182 100.00364
Lewis County0000-00
Lincoln County0011 100.0011
Loudon County00151 100.00151
Macon County25223324 100.0025826
Madison County444111 72.73555
Manchester0000-00
Marion County4381500-43815
Marshall County87541 100.00916
Maryville162673 100.00835
Maury County2252 100.0074
McKenzie0000-00
McMinn County1111 100.0022
McNairy County353353 100.00706
Meigs County0000-00
Memphis1052700-10527
Milan0000-00
Monroe County0000-00
Montgomery County116598 100.007014
Moore County3100-31
Morgan County11317 100.00328
Oak Ridge383847 100.0012210
Obion County122321 100.001244
Oneida0000-00
Overton County0023914 100.0023914
Perry County00575 100.00575
Pickett County0000-00
Polk County2100-21
Putnam County1100-11
Rhea County0000-00
Roane County1111 100.0022
Robertson County1100-11
Rutherford County97428262 0.00100030
Scott County403393 100.00796
Sequatchie County2121 0.0042
Sevier County0000-00
Shelby County35631172 94.1237333
Smith County0000-00
South Carroll0000-00
Stewart County0000-00
Sullivan County84911 100.008510
Sumner County52900-529
Tipton County33197 100.002210
Trenton1111 100.0022
Trousdale County1011277 98.431378
Tullahoma0000-00
Unicoi County1100-11
Union City0000-00
Union County0000-00
Van Buren County13200-132
Warren County391600-3916
Washington County33872 100.004010
Wayne County0041 100.0041
Weakley County2121 100.0042
West Carroll Sp Dist0000-00
White County0000-00
Williamson County22165 93.75187
Wilson County0000-00
Student Enrollment by Grade 2011 - 2012
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Grade
CTE Students
%
% 9-12
9-12 Total
12 42,220 20.24--
11 45,307 21.72--
10 50,235 24.08--
9 42,631 20.44 86.47 180,393
8 11,461 5.49--
7 10,618 5.09--
6 5,713 2.74--
5 423 0.20--
Comparison: 9-12 CTE Students vs. Total 9-12 HS Students 2011 - 2012
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CTE Secondary
Total Secondary
% State Average
180,393 281,409 64.10
Student Organizations 2011 - 2012
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Student Organizations
Students
DECA 6,013
FBLA 7,250
FCCLA 7,396
FFA 13,489
HOSA 11,064
SKILLSUSA 7,973
TSA 5,581

Subgroup Disaggregation 2011 - 2012

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Special Populations CTE Secondary Total Secondary Difference
Students with Disabilities
18,729
10.38%
36,699
13.04%
2.66%
Economically Disadvantaged
86,335
47.86%
140,583
51.16%
3.30%
Limited English Proficiency
2,658
1.47%
4,720
1.72%
0.25%

Subgroup Disaggregation 2011 - 2012

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Gender CTE Secondary Total Secondary Difference
Male
92,398
51.22%
143,860
51.12%
-0.10%
Female
87,932
48.75%
137,549
48.88%
0.13%

Subgroup Disaggregation 2011 - 2012

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Ethnicity CTE Secondary Total Secondary Difference
African American
40,348
22.37%
69,171
24.58%
2.21%
Asian / Pacific Islander
2,446
1.36%
4,730
1.68%
0.33%
Hispanic
8,593
4.76%
13,570
4.82%
0.06%
Native American / Alaskan
325
0.18%
543
0.19%
0.01%
White
125,932
69.81%
191,874
68.18%
-1.63%
Unknown /Other
985
0.55%
1,521
0.54%
-0.01%
   
 Report to 2011 - 2012 Consolidated Annual Report (CAR)
Perkins IV ?
Core Indicator State
1S1: Academic Attainment - Reading / Language Arts 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 2011 - 2012
Baseline 2005 - 2006
-
-
-
Negotiated Performance Level
88.87%
89.37%
74.00%
Actual Numerator
28,124.0
24,120.5
20,563.0
Actual Denominator
29,992.5
26,123.5
30,352.0
Actual Performance Level
93.77%
92.33%
67.75%
Change (+ or -)
4.90%
2.96%
-6.25%
Status
  Meets Federal Requirements
y
y
Y
  Improving Status
y
n
N
  Meets or Exceeds the Agreed Upon Performance Level
y
y
N
Core Indicator State
1S2: Academic Attainment - Mathematics 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 2011 - 2012
Baseline 2005 - 2006
-
-
-
Negotiated Performance Level
84.50%
85.00%
63.00%
Actual Numerator
19,197
15,766
14,020
Actual Denominator
19,933
17,839
19,084
Actual Performance Level
96.31%
88.38%
73.47%
Change (+ or -)
11.81%
3.38%
10.47%
Status
  Meets Federal Requirements
y
y
Y
  Improving Status
n
n
N
  Meets or Exceeds the Agreed Upon Performance Level
y
y
Y
Core Indicator State
4S1: Student Graduation Rates 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 2011 - 2012
Baseline 2005 - 2006
-
-
-
Negotiated Performance Level
81.00%
81.50%
90.00%
Actual Numerator
18,816
18,431
20,713
Actual Denominator
20,909
19,196
21,455
Actual Performance Level
89.99%
96.02%
96.54%
Change (+ or -)
8.99%
14.52%
6.54%
Status
  Meets Federal Requirements
y
y
Y
  Improving Status
n
y
Y
  Meets or Exceeds the Agreed Upon Performance Level
y
y
Y
Core Indicator State
2S1: Technical Skill Attainment 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 2011 - 2012
Baseline 2006 - 2007
-
-
-
Negotiated Performance Level
86.71%
88.37%
78.00%
Actual Numerator
18,663
19,604
23,085
Actual Denominator
19,323
21,739
24,472
Actual Performance Level
96.58%
90.18%
94.33%
Change (+ or -)
9.87%
1.81%
16.33%
Status
 
 
 
  Meets Federal Requirements
y
y
Y
  Improving Status
n
n
Y
  Meets or Exceeds the Agreed Upon Performance Level
y
y
Y
Core Indicator State
3S1: Secondary School Completion 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 2011 - 2012
Baseline 2006 - 2007
-
-
-
Negotiated Performance Level
88.00%
88.47%
89.00%
Actual Numerator
18,877
18,675
20,882
Actual Denominator
20,909
19,196
21,472
Actual Performance Level
90.28%
97.29%
97.25%
Change (+ or -)
2.28%
8.82%
8.25%
Status
 
 
 
  Meets Federal Requirements
y
y
Y
  Improving Status
n
y
N
  Meets or Exceeds the Agreed Upon Performance Level
y
y
Y
Core Indicator State
5S1: Secondary Placement 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 2011 - 2012
Baseline 2006 - 2007
-
-
-
Negotiated Performance Level
89.15%
90.00%
90.00%
Actual Numerator
18,113
16,544
14,888
Actual Denominator
20,211
18,194
16,263
Actual Performance Level
89.62%
90.93%
91.55%
Change (+ or -)
0.47%
0.93%
1.55%
Status
  Meets Federal Requirements
y
y
Y
  Improving Status
y
y
Y
  Meets or Exceeds the Agreed Upon Performance Level
y
y
Y
Core Indicator State
6S1: Nontraditional Participation 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 2011 - 2012
Baseline 2006 - 2007
-
-
-
Negotiated Performance Level
22.50%
22.50%
25.00%
Actual Numerator
47,314
46,335
43,288
Actual Denominator
125,340
123,835
120,374
Actual Performance Level
37.75%
37.42%
35.96%
Change (+ or -)
15.25%
14.92%
10.96%
Status
  Meets Federal Requirements
y
y
Y
  Improving Status
y
n
N
  Meets or Exceeds the Agreed Upon Performance Level
y
y
Y
Core Indicator State
6S2: Nontraditional Completion 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 2011 - 2012
Baseline 2006 - 2007
-
-
-
Negotiated Performance Level
22.50%
22.50%
25.00%
Actual Numerator
10,969
11,827
12,678
Actual Denominator
18,477
20,608
23,060
Actual Performance Level
59.37%
57.39%
54.98%
Change (+ or -)
36.87%
34.89%
29.98%
Status
 
 
 
  Meets Federal Requirements
y
y
Y
  Improving Status
y
n
N
  Meets or Exceeds the Agreed Upon Performance Level
y
y
Y

Perkins IV Core Indicator Performance 2011 - 2012

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Performance Level
Core Indicator %
 
1S1
1S2
2S1
3S1
4S1
5S1
6S1
6S2
State Negotiated Performance Level
74.00
63.00
78.00
89.00
90.00
90.00
25.00
25.00
  Actual State Level of Performance
67.75
73.47
94.33
97.25
96.54
91.55
35.96
54.98
 
Subgroup Disaggregation
1S1
1S2
2S1
3S1
4S1
5S1
6S1
6S2
African / American
52.78
64.87
94.06
95.70
-
91.70
38.44
51.44
Asian / Pacific Islander
75.18
85.38
96.07
98.31
-
96.45
39.62
61.09
Hispanic
58.94
68.74
94.60
95.57
-
92.53
33.05
49.01
Native American / Alaskan
65.81
76.12
92.50
96.43
-
91.07
33.18
58.97
White
71.65
75.38
94.32
97.72
-
91.43
35.24
56.05
Unknown / Other
71.88
80.65
94.44
98.55
-
80.00
38.78
54.22
Male
63.90
70.95
93.99
96.63
-
92.01
21.20
47.68
Female
71.68
76.06
94.67
97.89
-
91.07
53.46
62.31
Nontraditional
67.64
73.27
94.44
97.42
-
91.87
35.97
55.38
Students with Disabilities
34.70
32.97
88.36
96.52
-
84.46
27.70
49.19
Economically Disadvantaged
59.67
66.78
93.30
96.27
-
89.54
34.81
53.24
Single Parents
59.38
63.68
89.57
95.28
-
84.43
35.32
60.87
English as a Second Language
39.79
52.85
92.06
92.36
-
88.13
32.47
36.50
Migrant
53.97
61.91
100.00
95.83
-
100.00
29.03
0.00

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