C 2 Pipeline. Wayne State University Advisory Board Meeting July 9, 2013. C 2 Pipeline. First Year Updates. First Year Updates. Since October 1 to June 14 th : We have had : 137 Regular Program Days
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Wayne State University
Advisory Board Meeting
July 9, 2013
First Year Updates
MICHIGAN 21ST CENTURY COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTERS
ON-SITE MONITORING AUDIT
Michigan Out-of–School Time
Standards of Quality
MSU “ARF” (Annual Report Form) REPORT
Students participating in 21st CCLC programs have increased classroom participation and homework completion by 70% and improved student classroom behavior by 71%.¹
Students that are most academically at-risk that participate in 21st CCLC programs have shown a higher rate of improvement in math and reading grades compared to all students.¹
1Michigan State University, Community Evaluation and Research Center (2012), Michigan 21st Century Community Learning Centers Evaluation 2010-11 Annual Report. East Lansing, MI.
 US Census Bureau, 2010 American Community Survey-3 yr EST.
Increase A/B from 34% to 37%
Recruitment/Retention Plans for SY 2013/14
Michigan Department of Education
Students who are at risk of dropping out of school
Open to all students 9th – 12th grade that attend that school
Must Have an Interest of Attending College
Interest or Willing to Learn and Explore Health Careers
Recruitment + Retention = ENGAGING
2013/14 School Year Program
Funding and Expansion
Currently Michigan funds 72 grants,
totaling 271 sites in 21 counties, serving
more than 35,000 students in schools with 30% free or reduced-price meals.
Grant Cut Off Score: 215
The program is becoming recognized by other low achieving schools in South East Michigan as both unique and impactful. These schools want to implement this model within their schools and are competing to be part of our program.
Fall 2012, had 75 school’s (represented by principals and superintendents) attend an overview meeting and left excited about the concept of the program and wanted to be a part of it, however funding limits our ability to expand. Comments from this meeting included:
Wrap up and Reflection as a whole in terms of college success, all on very limited resources. We believe the C2 Pipeline Program can provide the supports necessary to help us reach unprecedented levels of college success for urban youth. We have found that our biggest challenge is to overcome the gaps in skill and knowledge that our students bring to us when they enroll in ninth grade. We are running into limits on how much we can do, during the school day, while still teaching our approved curriculum. The logical next step is after-school and summer programming, but shrinking budgets over the past several years have severely limited our ability to provide these types of programs for our students. The C2 Pipeline Grant is exactly what we need to extend our scope of interventions, and provide additional services to struggling student’s after-school and during the summer months.”