JAG Data

JAG Model Programs are student-centered and data-driven. Collected data allows Specialists to develop individualized and cohort strategies to overcome barriers and track classroom and follow-up services, as well as outcomes achieved. Data reviews provide insight into classroom activities to understand areas for improvement and training for specialist and also help JAG tell it’s 40 year story of improved outcomes for young people.

Students Served

Specialists create a Student Profile including a variety of demographic, economic, academic, and family information upon entry into a JAG Model Problem. 

Student Profile
Eligible for free or subsidized lunch 76%
Lives in a single-parent household 60%
Low academic performance 45%
Economically disadvantaged 64%

Services Delivered

Specialists provide individual and group instruction to 35-45 students using the competency-based JAG National Curriculum along with Mentoring, Leadership Development,  Guidance Counseling, and Placement services.

Average Competency Attainment
Average Follow-up Contacts
Average Service Hours
Average Follow-up Duration (minutes)

Outcomes Achieved

Following the instructional phase of a JAG Model Program, Specialists conduct 12 months of follow-up and support services with the goal of employment and/or post-secondary education enrollment.

Performance Outcomes
Graduation Rate 95%
Positive Outcomes Rate 84%
Full-Time Jobs Rate 77%
Full-Time Placement Rate 91%

* Data included for Students Served and Outcomes Achieved was generated from the 2017-2018 Program Year. Services Delivered data was generated from the 2018-2019 Program Year.