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(BSI + SLO + SEP)*ACCJC = SIM. Chair, Lesley Kawaguchi, Santa Monica Queen SLO, Marcy Alancraig, Cabrillo Trustee, Wade Ellis, West Valley - Mission CCD Researcher, Cathy Hasson, Skyline College Dr. BSI, Barbara Illowsky, De Anza Princess SLO, Karen Wong, Skyline College.

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Bsi slo sep accjc sim


Chair, Lesley Kawaguchi, Santa Monica

Queen SLO, Marcy Alancraig, Cabrillo

Trustee, Wade Ellis, West Valley - Mission CCD

Researcher, Cathy Hasson, Skyline College

Dr. BSI, Barbara Illowsky, De Anza

Princess SLO, Karen Wong, Skyline College

First date student equity plans

First date:Student Equity Plans

1991 -- CA. Legislature

Ed. Code 66010.2c


1992 -- Board of Governors

Student Equity Policy

1996 -- Board of Governors

Student Equity Plans

Student equity plans

Student Equity Plans

  • Title 5 Section 54220

  • ASCCC response: Student Equity: Guidelines for Developing a Plan

    • Original 1993; revised and adopted Fall 2002

  • Last plans due in 2005

What was in the plans

What was in the plans?

  • 5 major student equity indicators:

    • Access

    • Course completion

    • Degree and certificate completion

    • ESL and basic skills completion

    • Transfer rate

  • Student Equity Issues

    • Breakdown the above factors on the basis of ethnicity/race, gender, disability status

Why no sparks

Why no sparks?

  • Plans often done by a single person or very small group

  • Plans sat on a shelf

  • Plans had no accountability

  • Plans had no funding tied to them

Courtship student learning outcomes

Courtship:Student Learning Outcomes

-Born in 1980’s

-Moved from East Coast to West

  • 2002: New Standards recognize importance of SLOs

Looking for love in all the wrong places

Looking for Love in all the Wrong Places

  • 5 Stages of Faculty Grief and Resistance

  • Academic Senate Opposition

  • Lack of Administrative Funding for doing the work

  • Always crushed out on Equity but sometimes unable to make a real connection

Finally love comes

Finally: Love Comes

  • Emergence of SLO Coordinators

  • Recognition from ASCCC

  • More dates with Equity

  • Looking at what’s happening in the classroom and across the Institution

Linking equity and bs i

Linking Equity and BSI

  • Natural merger

  • Couldn’t happen until we got to know each other

  • Couldn’t happen until “SLO” relaxed and knew how to thrive in California

Meeting the in laws basic skills initiative

Meeting the in-laws:Basic Skills Initiative

Phase III -

5 goals: 2 are specifically addressing equity

Equity in higher education

Equity in Higher Education

Involves three parts:

  • Equity in college preparation

  • Access to college

  • Success in reaching college goals

    Thomas Bailey &

    Vanessa Smith Morest

Goal 1 research data collection

Goal 1: Research & Data Collection

  • Literature Review Addendum

    • Equity Issues & Strategies

    • High School to College Transition

    • Non-credit to Credit Transition

  • Data base

    • Survey of programs, strategies and projects

    • Includes California and national data

Goal 3 student equity

Goal 3: Student Equity

Evaluate all 109 2005 Student Equity Plans

Identify common statewide trends

>> Develop state resources for general needs

>> Gather baseline data

Identify discrepancies

>>Technical Assistance to individual colleges

Clergy board of trustees

Clergy:Board of Trustees

  • What can we do for the Board?

  • What can the Board do for the BSI?

What can we do for boards

What can we do for Boards?

Board members are politicians.

  • John McCain’s speech on the economy: praised community colleges as retraining institutions that can help with reemployment.

    We can help them understand that retraining requires Basic Skills.

  • SJ Mercury News, 4/13/08: need for more access to education through the community colleges

    We can help them understand that access and opportunity means Basic Skills

What can boards do for basic skills

What can Boards do for Basic Skills?

  • Highlight: Basic Skills Initiative by asking for presentations on Student Equity, SLO and BSI Plans.

  • Ask: presentations on retraining and veterans assistance programs.

  • Ask: presentations on how basic skills programs are being integrated into bond funded construction plans.

What else can boards do

What else can Boards do?

  • Boards can act as marriage broker, encouraging administrations to promote basic skills collaboration.

    • Student Services, Financial Aid, Human Resources, Counseling, each of the academic departments, and admission and records are all participants at an effective basic skills college or district.

Marriage keys to success

Marriage:Keys to Success

Points of integration

Points of Integration

  • Partnership & Collaboration

  • Communication

  • Growth Opportunities

  • Incentives

  • Consultation and Mentoring

Points of integration cont

Points of Integration (cont.)

  • Strategies

    • BSI Research Agenda

    • Faculty Inquiry Groups

    • Program Review Research & Plans



  • Learning Communities

  • Supplementary Instruction

  • Additional research & assessment

  • Targeted marketing and promotion

  • Retention Strategies

    • Early Alert

    • Wait Lists

  • New and enhanced programs and services

Offspring student improvement movement

Offspring:Student Improvement Movement

Report out from session how do all of these activities fit in with accreditation and sim

Report out from session:How do all of these activities fit in with Accreditation and SIM?

  • Forced all of our bodies to get together. Generated research. We need the data to understand what’s going on. Transparent. data process that others can critique.

  • Senate should take the initiative in integrating everything together with one voice.

  • Established a culture of data-driven self-assessment.



  • We can go back and make correction based on data. Formative evaluation.

  • Student learning and data.

  • Documentation of program review. School dinged because budget should be driven by SLOs but not documentation

  • Data. Questions you asked are part of the research design. Are the questions good.

  • Direct connection to planning. All of the areas need to be connected to the master plan. Lack of integrate planning can cause problems that are addressed by BSI+



  • Data need to be both quantitative and qualitative. Critical questions need to have both.

  • Time constraints and personnel problems make it hard to get all the information. Here is one thing we are going to take across the board and to use as a model.

  • Dialogue is crucial to the overarching planning for the success of the three initiatives.

Remain true

Remain true!


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