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The National Data Management System (NDMS) captures information about participants and provides JAG staff with summary reports of those students receiving services. The following are highlights for the 2003-2004 Class. For 2001 data, click here.3 Teens Close Up

  • The total number of participants receiving JAG Model Services in 2003-04 is 59,327.
  • The Network experienced a 28% reduction in the number of participants served. The absolute loss was 10,179 participants.
  • The National Network lost approximately 29% of the JAG Model programs that existed in 2002-03. The absolute lost was 263 programs.
    • The seven (7) states with increases in participants include: AR, VA, ME, MN, KY, GA, MT (Arkansas had a 140% increase; Virginia had a 99% increase; Maine had a 38% increase)
    • The ten (10) states with decreases in participants include: IL, CA, OH, AL, NH, LA, WV, MS, DE, MA. (Illinois and Ohio account for 73% of the reduction in participants that received JAG Model Services in 2002-03).
  • The total number of JAG Model Programs delivering services in 2003-04 is 677.5.
    • Multi-Year Programs account for 48.0% of the JAG Model Programs in 2003-04. (Total: 323)
    • Senior Programs account for 39.0% of the JAG Model Programs in 2003-04.
      (Total: 265.5)
    • Out-of-School Programs account for 10% of the JAG Model Programs in 2003-04. (Total: 68)
    • Middle School Pilot Programs account for 3% of the JAG Model Programs in 2003-04. (Total: 21)
  • The JAG National Network will operate on approximately $28 million in revenue in 2003-04.
    • The largest revenue source for JAG State Affiliates is State Legislatures ($10,277,926).
    • The second largest revenue source for JAG State Affiliates is the Workforce Investment Act ($7,621,570).
    • The third largest revenue source for JAG State Affiliates is Local School Districts ($4,611,082).
  • The 677.5 JAG Model Programs serve 820 communities.
  • Sixty-five percent (65%) of the State Organizations operate as a non-profit organization with 501(c)(3) exemption from the Internal Revenue Service.
  • The average number of board members serving on State Boards of Directors is 17.4. The State Boards conduct 4.1 meetings on average annually.
  • For the Class of 2002, the JAG Network Performance Outcomes were:
    • Graduation Rate 84.56%
    • Positive Outcomes Rate 72.28%
    • Aggregate Job Placement Rate 52.40%
    • Full-time Jobs Rate 65.89%
    • Full-time Placement Rate 88.13%
    • Further Education Rate 19.88%
    • Average Wage $7.54
  • The Unable to Contact Rate for the Class of 2002 was 18.81%. A concerted effort was launched to reduce the Unable to Contact Rate for the Class of 2003 to less than 5%.
 
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