Programs and People: 

Trevi Hardy
State Director
Idaho Career and Technical Education
650 W. State St. Suite 324
Boise, Idaho 83720
Phone: 208-605-4544


AE: TABE 11 & 12, CASAS Reading GOALS

Data Systems: 

LACES by LiteracyPro

Followup Methods: 

GED: Data Match
Employment: Data Match
Transition to Postsecondary Education or Training: Data Match

Data Tools for Monitoring and Program Improvement: 

The State requires local programs to submit quarterly desk audits, which include key performance metrics and data analysis. Local program directors prepare the desk audits to verify programs they oversee follow assessment and data collection policies and to provide narrative to the State office. The State office conducts on-site monitoring visits to audit intake, assessment, data management, instruction, curriculum, and fiscal management of local programs. Site monitoring visits are scheduled in advance. The State office verifies local program data in LACES, including data submitted in quarterly desk audits, performance indicators, and key indicators of compliance. Additionally, local programs conduct regular audits of their own data processes to ensure valid and accurate data collection at their program sites.

State Tools and Resources: 

Adult Education Office, Idaho Career and Technical Education


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