LP - Development Framework of DEI Implementation: DEI Benchmarks and Outcome Indicators

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The Development Framework of DEI Implementation is designed to provide states and local workforce development areas (LWDA) that are serving as DEI pilot (implementing) sites with a developmental tool to (a) assess implementation status of the DEI and (b) identify priorities for ongoing development.

The DEI Framework Tool includes the three focus areas (Disability Expertise, Problem-Solving, and Policies and Practices) for each of the seven DEI strategic service delivery components. These have been further clarified as Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced. For each area key outcome indicators have been identified. For each service delivery component, the tool includes:
  1. A set of instructions and key code followed by a narrative introducing that component and providing some explanation around that component’s purpose and role within the DEI.
  2. The three phases of development (Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced) are separated and include information around self-contained activities that correspond to that phase. For each activity, you will use the key code to designate your current level of effort, knowledge and/or need by placing an “X” in the key code box that best indicates your progress.
  3. Each activity indicates the key career pathways elements that best align with the activity. Note: Identifying the career pathways elements will assist in clarifying the correlation between the specific activity and your career pathways strategy.
The webinar archive, and accompanying PowerPoint presentation (found under “Related Content”) walks you through the purpose and use of the DEI Framework and Benchmarks and Outcome Indicators Worksheet.

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Posted: 7/19/2017 4:45 PM
Posted By: Jayson Gleneck
Posted In: Disability Employment Initiative
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