By John F. Pane, Daniel F. McCaffrey, Shannah Tharp-Taylor, Gary J. Asmus, Billy R. Stokes
Concentrating on the Louisiana public college method, this file explores the reports of scholars displaced through Hurricanes Katrina and Rita: their pursuits between faculties, the periods of enrollments at each one web site, and day out of college It additionally records the consequences of those hobbies at the state's public schooling method in the course of the first educational 12 months following the hurricanes, as suggested by means of 415 tuition principals in survey responses.
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SURVEY RESULTS This section discusses principals’ survey responses. Because only a sample of the state’s principals was asked to complete the survey and responded, the estimated elementary school or secondary school (other than the school that the student was enrolled in, or was eligible to be enrolled in, on August 22, 2005) because such student resides or resided on August 22, 2005, in an area for which a major disaster has been declared . . ” However, in other cases, LDE apparently used a broader definition of displaced students that included students who had not relocated; this broader definition was used in the January 9, 2006, database that we used to define the population of schools for the survey, the survey sampling strata, and the categories of high-PEDS and low-PEDS schools (Louisiana Department of Education, 2006b).
For some analyses in this report, we classify a subset of the displaced students as relocated during times they were enrolled in Louisiana public schools other than their original schools. Once these students returned to their original schools, we no longer classified them as relocated. DATA AND METHODS The Louisiana Department of Education (LDE) SIS collects a variety of student data, including test scores, disciplinary records, and transitions. The transitions database includes data on student enrollments, including movements into, out of, and among Louisiana public schools.
Similarly, many of the students who were not enrolled in school as a result of Hurricane Rita returned to their original schools when Calcasieu Parish reopened its schools on October 25, 2005. Third, after these two parishes reopened their schools in October, there was little change for the remainder of the school year in the proportions of displaced students who were back in their original schools or districts. Only an additional 3 percent of students returned to their original schools, and an additional 7 percent of students returned to their original districts after October 23.