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CTE/BSI Students: Follow-Up Data. CTE/BSI Collaborative Research Meeting Presented by Hannah alford, director, institutional research. September 16, 2011. Outline of Data Reviewed. Who are CTE students? Unit load Residence status Educational status Day/Evening status

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Cte bsi students follow up data

CTE/BSI Students: Follow-Up Data

CTE/BSI Collaborative Research

Meeting

Presented by

Hannah alford, director, institutional research

September 16, 2011


Outline of data reviewed
Outline of Data Reviewed

  • Who are CTE students?

    • Unit load

    • Residence status

    • Educational status

    • Day/Evening status

    • Basic skills status

  • Term-by-term persistence of CTE concentrators


Cte student definition fall 2010
CTE Student Definition Fall 2010

  • A CTE concentrator is a student who was enrolled in one or more credit courses coded SAM ‘B’ or ‘C’






Cte students by basic skills math and ed status
CTE Students by Basic Skills Math and Ed Status

  • Percentage of cohort who previously or currently enrolled in a basic skills math course


Cte students by basic skills english and ed status
CTE Students by Basic Skills English and Ed Status

  • Percentage of cohort who previously or currently enrolled in a basic skills English course


Term by term persistence of cte students
Term-by-Term Persistence of CTE Students

  • Cohort: First-time freshmen in fall term 2006 who enrolled in at least two courses coded SAM B or C in same department within first two years

  • N=689 (or 12.3% of first-time students)


Term by term persistence
Term-by-Term Persistence

Percentage of Previous TERM COHORT


Term by term persistence1
Term-by-Term Persistence

Percentage of Original Cohort


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