Overview: Statistical Adjustment Model Methodology 12-1-2015

Posted by Margaret Lamb - On October 28, 2015 (EST)

The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) emphasizes the importance of achieving outcomes—helping individuals find jobs, and obtaining the credentials and skills necessary to be successful in those jobs.?As part of the performance accountability requirements, WIOA requires the use of a statistical adjustment model for setting targets for the core performance indicators.?The Departments of Labor and Education have collaborated to develop a Statistical Adjustment Model per Sec.116 (b)(3)(A)(viii) of WIOA. Through your participation in this webinar, you will learn about the methodology for the statistical model, how the model will be used, and how it will be applied to targets to account for changes in economic conditions and participant demographics throughout the workforce and education systems.

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Start Date : 12/01/15 02:00PM ET

End Date : 12/01/15 03:00PM ET

Presenter : Ryan Sutter, Mathematical Statistician, Chief Evaluation Office, U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration

Yann-Yann Shieh, Statistician, Rehabilitation Services Administration, U.S. Department of Education

Larry Condelli, Managing Director, Workforce and Lifelong Learning Program, American Institutes for Research


Moderator : Karen Staha, Director of Division of Strategic Planning and Performance, Employment and Training Administration, U.S. Department of Labor



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