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Regional Plan. October 23, 2008. Purposes of Plan. Provide regional data related to higher education (with special focus on data relevant to P-16 Councils ) Examine educational attainment and attendance outside region Examine program availability by region.

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regional plan

Regional Plan

October 23, 2008

THECB 10-2008

purposes of plan
Purposes of Plan
  • Provide regional data related to higher education (with special focus on data relevant to P-16 Councils )
  • Examine educational attainment and attendance outside region
  • Examine program availability by region

THECB 10-2008

changes in response to strategic planning committee suggestions
Changes in response to Strategic Planning Committee suggestions
  • Included comparisons with other states, where possible
  • Added data on students’ socio-economic status
  • Tied the Regional Report to Closing the Gaps

THECB 10-2008

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Economically disadvantaged HS graduates’ enrollment in higher ed similar for most racial/ethnic groups

THECB 10-2008

*2005-06 high school grads enrolling in HE in 2006-07

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Economically disadvantaged HS graduates’ enrollment in higher ed similar for most racial/ethnic groups

THECB 10-2008

*2005-06 high school grads enrolling in HE in 2006-07

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Economically disadvantaged HS graduates’ enrollment in higher ed similar for most racial/ethnic groups

THECB 10-2008

*2005-06 high school grads enrolling in HE in 2006-07

economically disadvantaged high school grads are more likely to attend two year institutions
Economically Disadvantaged high school grads are more likely to attend two-year institutions

*2005-06 high school grads enrolling in HE in 2006-07

THECB 10-2008

tsi ready hs grads more likely to enroll at 4 year institutions regardless of socio economic status
TSI Ready HS Grads more likely to enroll at 4-Year institutions regardless of socio-economic status

THECB 10-2008

end of report
End of Report

THECB 10-2008

regional data presented
Regional Data Presented
  • Population changes
  • 7th grade cohort from FY 1995
  • High school graduates and their preparation for higher education
  • Enrollment of regional residents
  • Institutions by region, including students’ successes and the programs offered
  • Job projections for higher ed graduates

THECB 10-2008

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Percent Change in Enrollments by Region

4-Year and 2-Year Institutions*

2000 to 2007

17.4%

22.8%

27.6%

42.7%

1.0%

28.6%

61.7%

19.4%

13.8%

15.7%

27.2%

27.2%

8.4%

2.9%

7.5%

25.2%

17.1%

29.8%

41.6%

35.1%

*Percent change at 4-year institutions listed first for each region, followed by percent change at 2-year institutions.

THECB 10-2008

observations on programs offered and graduates
Observations on Programs Offered and Graduates
  • Most regions have broad selection of high demand certificates, associate’s and bachelor’s
  • Significant year-to-year variation in degrees awarded by field; 5-year trend better indicator of trends
  • Distance education offerings are increasingly important

THECB 10-2008

faculty increases to meet institutional and closing the gaps targets
Faculty Increases* to Meet Institutional and Closing the Gaps Targets

*Includes full-time and part-time faculty.

THECB 10-2008

occupations and job forecast for 2004 to 2014
Occupations and Job Forecast for 2004 to 2014
  • Most degrees do not lead to specific careers
  • Education and health care have highest increase in job openings
  • Statewide job growth estimated at 21%
  • Job growth for positions requiring associate’s degree or higher is 28%

THECB 10-2008

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