Meeting the challenge cal pass
Download
1 / 41

Meeting the Challenge: Cal-PASS - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 115 Views
  • Uploaded on

Meeting the Challenge: Cal-PASS. California Partnership for Achieving Student Success www.calpass.org. A Matter of Misalignment. According to a recent report issued by the Stanford University Bridge Project:

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about ' Meeting the Challenge: Cal-PASS' - bathsheba-leonard


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
Meeting the challenge cal pass

Meeting the Challenge: Cal-PASS

California Partnership for Achieving Student Success

www.calpass.org


A matter of misalignment
A Matter of Misalignment

  • According to a recent report issued by the Stanford University Bridge Project:

  • “…the coursework between high school and college is not connected; students graduate from high school under one set of standards and, three months later, are required to meet a whole new set of standards in college.”


What is cal pass
What is Cal-PASS?

  • Links primary, secondary and post-secondary institutions on a regional basis

  • Tracks students from one segment to the next

  • Engages faculty across segments in instructional conversations

  • Includes over 4,700 K-12 schools, community colleges, and universities throughout California


Professional learning councils plc s
Professional Learning Councils (PLC’s)

  • Mathematics

  • EL

  • Science

  • English

  • Tech Prep

  • Counseling


Plc activities
PLC Activities:

  • ENGLISH:

    • Developed common curriculum areas

    • Staff development training

    • Mentoring a High School

    • Integrating with current CSU expertise

    • Mirroring a CSU/CC CAN English 1 module

    • Cross segmental critical thinking module


Plc activities1
PLC Activities:

  • MATH:

    • Working on reviewing standards

    • Identify common strands in Algebra curriculum

    • Deconstructing curriculum

      • Algebra I and II completed

      • Geometry currently in process

    • Identifying exemplar practices

    • All web-based access


Plc activities2
PLC Activities:

  • EL:

    • Summer Bridge Course

  • SCIENCE:

    • Algebra bridge course for chemistry students

    • Creating guide for counselor to place students in science courses


Plc activities3
PLC Activities:

  • TECH PREP:

    • Electronic A&R transfer and upload

    • Web Site developed

    • Work with local teachers


What kinds of data are collected
What Kinds of Data are Collected?

  • Anonymous student identifiers (personal information is removed or encrypted)

  • Student file

    • Demographic information

  • Course file

    • Course enrollments and grades

  • Student test file

    • STAR and California High School Exit Exam score

  • Award file

    • Diplomas, degrees, certificates

  • Optional files

    • Information collected on interventions


Data security
Data Security

FERPA compliant

Data are anonymous – personal identifier information is removed or encrypted

Locally run program encrypts and validates data prior to transmission

Servers in secure, Level IV data center with firewall and controlled access

Security document available atwww.calpass.org

“Success at Every Level”


Cal pass research
Cal-PASS Research

  • Action Research Paradigm

    • Faculty, administrators, and local researchers are active participants

    • Iterative process to refine analysis

  • Common questions become standard reports or web based queries produced by Cal-PASS staff

  • Locally unique questions handled by local researchers with assistance from Cal-PASS staff



Relation between last math passed at alpha high school and first math attempted at beta college
Relation between last math passed at Alpha High School and 1st math attempted at Beta Collegefirst math attempted at Beta College

Red = attempted class in college lower than that already passed in high school

Gold = attempted class in college equal to that already passed in high school

Green = attempted class in college higher than that already passed in high school


Relationship between the last English class passed at Alpha High School and the first English class attempted at Beta College


Federal perkins requirements and california s response
Federal Perkins Requirements and High School and the first English class attempted at Beta College California’s Response

4. The state must describe how it will ensure that each funded tech-prep program:

a) Is carried out under an articulation agreement between the participants in the consortium, as defined in section 3(4) of the Act:

…. Each LEA participating in a consortium must certify that its program has been aligned with the appropriate state CTE standards and provide evidence of participation in state-approved data sharing such as Cal-PASS.

“Success at Every Level”


Request for applications rfa for tech prep program allocations
Request for Applications (RFA) for High School and the first English class attempted at Beta College Tech Prep Program Allocations

  • Each community college or high school district within your consortium must be fully signed up with Cal-PASS….In other words in order for secondary or postsecondary to be a member of your consortium they must be a data submitting member of CalPASS.

  • If a consortium has developed an alternative data collection system unconnected to CalPASS that meets all of the Performance and Accountability measures of Title II Section 203(e) the Project Director should contact their Project Monitor to get advanced permission (before the May 5th application due date) for exemption from using CalPASS.

“Success at Every Level”


Tech prep cal pass key dates
Tech-Prep/Cal-PASS Key Dates High School and the first English class attempted at Beta College

Memoranda of Understanding signed: December 31, 2008

First Data Upload: March 31, 2009

“Success at Every Level”


Creating, Validating, and Uploading Customized Files High School and the first English class attempted at Beta College


Creating, Validating, and Uploading Customized Files High School and the first English class attempted at Beta College


Creating, Validating, and Uploading Customized Files High School and the first English class attempted at Beta College


Success at every level

Creating, Validating, and Uploading Customized Files High School and the first English class attempted at Beta College

Success At Every Level


Creating, Validating, and Uploading Customized Files High School and the first English class attempted at Beta College

Success At Every Level


Creating, Validating, and Uploading Customized Files High School and the first English class attempted at Beta College

Success At Every Level


Creating, Validating, and Uploading Customized Files High School and the first English class attempted at Beta College


Success at every level1

Creating, Validating, and Uploading Customized Files High School and the first English class attempted at Beta College

Success At Every Level


Success at every level2

Creating, Validating, and Uploading Customized Files High School and the first English class attempted at Beta College

Success At Every Level


Success at every level3

Creating, Validating, and Uploading Customized Files High School and the first English class attempted at Beta College

Success At Every Level


How to contact us
How to Contact Us High School and the first English class attempted at Beta College

  • Brad C. Phillips, Executive Director

  • [email protected]

  • (619) 252-8503

  • Michelle Kalina, Senior Director, Operations

  • [email protected]

  • (916) 759-2486

  • Jordan Horowitz, Senior Director, Special Projects

  • [email protected]

  • (562) 743-7920

  • Lauren Sosenko, Associate Director of Special Projects

  • [email protected]

  • (562) 743-9304

  • Mary Kay Patton, Director of Information Technology

  • [email protected]

  • (916) 995-3183

  • Shelly Valdez, Director of Regional Collaboration

  • [email protected]

  • (619) 219-9855

  • Eden Dahlstrom, Associate Director of Regional Collaboration

  • [email protected]

  • (530) 204-7129

  • Terrence Willett, Director of Research

  • [email protected]

  • (831) 277-2690

  • www.calpass.org


ad