faireskind wrote:Some want to exclude those YSA's who have turned 18 who have not completed high school.
Shouldn't they have a watchful leader with stewardship over each of them? If your leaders are not doing this, who will? Maybe that is the question to ask...From the perspective of many, we should only be filling out the report for the YSA's who actually live in the ward because we have no idea what's going on with those who don't live here.
What you are talking about here and what you posted in the OP are not the same. Once you can identify the report in the OP then you should be able to find the instructions for the required data. Do not confuse local needs with data reported to CHQ. If the data reported to CHQ can be used for local needs then do so. But trying to manipulate data that is sent to CHQ for local needs and to fit local definitions does not provide CHQ the data they need to have.faireskind wrote:I should also add that the ward leaders are looking to this report for guidance as to what should be done to minister to YSA's in the ward.
RussellHltn wrote:Some of us are still puzzled about what report you are referring to. Is it the Quarterly Report?
nutterb wrote:As a statistician, I find it very troubling when anyone suggests using a "local definition" that differs from the definition required by the report. If every unit reports on their members with a different definition, the aggregated data is meaningless and useless. Doing so just wastes everyone's time.
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