Utilizing Information for a Change: Three Discussions

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Why did our exploration separate out non-degree seekers (an entire 40 percent of the companion) ... Anticipated shortage of specialists contrasted with requirements of economy (professional educations) ...

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Utilizing Data for a Change: Three Conversations Nancy Shulock Institute for Higher Education Leadership & Policy RP/CISOA Conference Garden Grove, CA March 26, 2007 California State University, Sacramento

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Testing – 1,2,3,4 California State University, Sacramento

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Why did we take part in this exploration? To demonstrate that CSUS is a tip top foundation To give cover to Charlie Reed's assault on the CCC C. To center consideration on the key part that the CCC must play in stemming the decrease in instruction levels of the California workforce California State University, Sacramento

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Why did our exploration isolate out non-degree seekers (an entire 40 percent of the partner) before processing culmination rates? Since we needed to improve the finish rates look than they are Because two pie graphs look more refined on the page than one Because we comprehend that junior colleges serve numerous missions and did not have any desire to be blameworthy of applying fulfillment measurements to understudies who are not trying to finish a school certification California State University, Sacramento

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Why did the CIO board welcome me to talk at their yearly gathering after I advised them at their official board? To set me up being shot holding a jug of wine B. Because the meeting was in San Diego and they couldn't discover any other individual to go C. Because they share our worry about expelling boundaries to understudy achievement California State University, Sacramento

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What is a suitable response by persevering junior college staff to Dan Walter's Sac Bee segment that said understudy achievement is "past the sensible control" of the schools? Thank god somebody at last comprehends that if understudies can't succeed then it's their own damn blame – yippee for the great press! The best sort of responsibility is no responsibility by any means! I am offended by the suggestion that understudy achievement is outside my ability to control – in the event that it is, the reason do I work so hard? California State University, Sacramento

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Can We Agree? We need understudies to succeed We need to live in a sound and prosperous California Whatever numbers we utilize, understudy achievement could be better We need state arrangement to be steady of the CCC and understudy achievement What we do matters! Information run the show! (We wish ) California State University, Sacramento

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Data Rules (Not!) Challenges of Data-Based Decision Making: Getting consideration of chiefs The more prominent force of stories over information Politics Having the right information to recount the story/answer the inquiries Being misconstrued (in spite of best endeavors) California State University, Sacramento

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Three Conversations How can changes to state strategy help the CCC address the state's issue for an informed workforce? How compelling is the CCC framework in playing out those parts of its central goal for which it ought to be considered responsible? By what means can all of advanced education, all in all meet the objectives of the state – with every fragment contributing as fitting to its main goal? California State University, Sacramento

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A Conversation About State Policy as it Affects Student Success in Community Colleges California State University, Sacramento

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Why We See A Need for Change Knowledge economy is making colossal interest for taught specialists US is losing in worldwide rivalry CA is losing in national rivalry Projected setback of laborers contrasted with requirements of economy ( professional educations ) CCC basic to switching these patterns California State University, Sacramento

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Race/Ethnic Gaps in Educational Attainment Bode Poorly for California's Workforce Percent of Adults Ages 25 to 64 With an Associates Degree or Higher Projected Change in the Number of 25 to 64 Year Olds from 2000 to 2020 Whites 40.2% - 1,309,049 African-Americans African-Americans 27.4% 414,406 Hispanics, Latinos Hispanics, Latinos 12.4% 4,574,193 Native Americans Native Americans 19.3% 226,439 Asians, Pac. Is. Asians, Pac. Is. 1,081,504 52.9% 0% 30% 60% - 2,000,000 0 5,000,000 California State University, Sacramento

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California Is Becoming Less Educated Than Other States (Numbers in Table Show Rank Among States in Percent of Population with College Degrees) California State University, Sacramento

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140% 130% Given the Current Disparities in Educational Attainment and Projected Growth by Race/Ethnicity, California's Income Will Fall Below the U.S Average by 2020 – Unless Race/Ethnic Gaps are Closed 124.0% 120% 118.1% 110% 108.6% 100% US Average 95.5% 90% 80% 70% 1960 1980 2000 2020 California's Per Capita Income will Fall Below U.S. Normal if Race/Ethnic Education Gaps Remain California State University, Sacramento

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California's Performance is Lagging Preparation 35 th and 49 th in secondary school understudies taking propelled math and science Bottom 1/5 in eighth graders scoring "capable" in every single branch of knowledge of the NAEP Participation 40 th in direct to school from secondary school 48 th in full-time school enlistment Completion 47 th in BA degrees per 100 students selected 46 th in degrees/endorsements granted per 100 understudies enlisted in 2-year schools Latinos slack at every point in the pipeline California State University, Sacramento

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Racial/Ethnic Gaps in Preparation California State University, Sacramento

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Racial/Ethnic Gaps in Participation Direct school going rate 9 th graders enlisting in school inside 4 years California State University, Sacramento

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Certificates and Degrees Awarded per 100 Undergraduates Enrolled, 2005 UC/CSU Community universities California State University, Sacramento

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Racial/Ethnic Gaps in Educational Attainment and Per Capita Income California State University, Sacramento

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Why We Looked At the Role of Policies 2004 study: Ensuring Access with Quality to the CCC Finance approaches seem to present obstructions to understudy achievement Called for a thorough strategy audit WICHE Changing Direction extend Grants from Hewlett and Irvine establishments to seek after state arrangement issues California State University, Sacramento

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Incoming CCC Students 1999-2000 No Barriers to Access: Minimal passageway prerequisites Low charges Fee waivers Enrollment-based subsidizing 520,407 Students Non-Degree-Seekers, 40% Degree-Seekers, 60% 206,373 Students Barriers to Completion: Basic Skills, 9% Finance framework that needs motivators for understudy achievement Regulation of school uses that breaking points spending on understudy bolster Restrictions on employing to meet understudy and workforce needs Fee and help strategies that leave schools and understudies with lacking assets Institutionalized hesitance to give required direction to understudies Personal Enrichment, 42% 314,034 Students Job Skills, 49% Complete Certificate, Degree or Transfer inside 6 Years, 24% 75,682 Students 238,352 Student s Do Not Complete inside 6 Years, 76% California State University, Sacramento

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Completion Detail: Degree-Seekers California State University, Sacramento

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Latinos and Blacks See Less Success California State University, Sacramento

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Older Students See Less Success California State University, Sacramento

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Gender Gap California State University, Sacramento

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Enrollment Patterns Matter California State University, Sacramento

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Policy Matters! Five Sets of Policies Inhibit Completion: " Rules of the Game" Enrollment-based subsidizing Regulation of uses Restrictions on employing Student expenses and money related guide Guiding understudies' course-taking decisions Key focuses: Variations crosswise over schools Across all strategies, there are couple of motivating forces for understudy achievement California State University, Sacramento

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Consultations and Interviews Chancellor's bureau (two gatherings) Vice Chancellor for Finance Vice Chancellor for Technology, Information Systems, Research Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Community College League of California (Board) Community College League of California (President) Association of Chief Business Officials (Board) Chief Student Services Officers (Board) Chief Instructional Officers (Board) Chief Instructional Officers (welcomed to yearly gathering) Academic Senate President and Vice President Phone interviews with fifteen school VPs Interviews with IR Directors Contract with Center for Student Success California State University, Sacramento

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Enrollment-based Funding Colleges get most finances in light of enlistment ahead of schedule in the term Incentives for "FTE Chase" Buying school enlistments Solution : consolidate impetuses for universities to help understudies succeed, e.g., Funding for understudies selected in next higher course level Funding for understudies finishing remediation Align downright equations with purposes California State University, Sacramento

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Regulation of Expenditures half administer Categorical projects – expound manages about how assets are burned through, broad documentation Outmoded model of open responsibility All about data sources Limit schools' capacity to address understudies' issues "One size fits all" for 109 different universities? Arrangement : adaptability and motivators for achievement California State University, Sacramento

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Restrictions on Hiring 75% of guideline by full-time workforce 60% farthest point on low maintenance staff workload Two semester restrain on impermanent personnel Well-intentioned endeavors to guarantee quality Limit schools' capacity to offer courses in best enthusiasm of understudies and businesses "One size fits all" Solution : adaptability and impetuses for achievement California State University, Sacramento

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Student Fees and Financial Aid "Moderateness" characterized as low charges/expense waivers Fees are just 5% of aggregate cost Forgo money related guide Students work excessively; go to low maintenance Colle

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