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California Community Colleges Student Success Initiative Implementation. Presentation for Association of California Community College Administrators & Association of Chief Business Officials January 18, 2013. Key Presentation Topics. New Title 5 Regulations on Enrollment Priorities

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California community colleges student success initiative implementation

California Community Colleges Student Success InitiativeImplementation

Presentation for

Association of California Community College Administrators &

Association of Chief Business Officials

January 18, 2013


Key presentation topics

Key Presentation Topics

  • New Title 5 Regulations on Enrollment Priorities

  • Student Success Act (SB 1456)

    • SB 1456 changes to the community college Matriculation program

    • BOGFW changes

    • Estimated implementation timeline

  • Scorecard


Sstf recommendations enrollment priorities

SSTF Recommendations &Enrollment Priorities

Focus Area 3: Ensure access and the opportunity for success for new students

Recommendation 3.1: The Community Colleges will adopt system-wide enrollment priorities through adoption of title 5 regulations


Sstf recommendation 3 1

SSTF Recommendation 3.1

California Community Colleges adopt system-level enrollment priorities to:

Reflect the core mission of transfer, career technical education and basic skills development;

Encourage students to identify their educational objective and follow a prescribed path most likely to lead to success;

Ensure access and the opportunity for success for new students; and,

Incentivize students to make progress toward their educational goal.


California community colleges student success initiative implementation

Priority Enrollment Concept in the

Proposed Title 5, Section 58108 Regulation

Order of Priority:

Ed Code: Active duty military & veteran students* and current and former foster youth* who are new & fully matriculated or continuing in good standing

District flexibility provided to collapse level 1 & 2 if sufficient capacity exists to do so without displacing level 1 students

1

  • Academic Conditions for :

  • 100 unit threshold

  • Good standing: not on academic or progress probation for 2 consecutive terms (title 5, 55031)

2

Existing Title 5: New and continuing fully matriculated

EOPS & DSPS students in good standing

Continuing students in good standing and new, fully matriculated students.

District flexibility to set priorities and categories within these groups

3

District flexibility to set priorities and categories for other students

*Education Code section 66025.8 requires community college to grant priority enrollment to any member or former member of the Armed Forces of the United States within four years of leaving active duty. EC 66025.9 requires priority enrollment for current and former foster youth up to, and including, age 24.


Loss of enrollment priority

Loss of Enrollment Priority

  • Continuing students would lose enrollment priority if they…

  • Earned more than 100 units (not including nondegree applicable basic skills and ESL, and special classes)

  • Are on academic or progress probation for two consecutive terms (as defined by existing title 5 regulations)


Exemptions appeals

Exemptions & Appeals

  • Exemptions: Districts may exempt categories of students from the 100 unit limit, ie, high unit majors or programs

    • Districts may also exempt from the limit units earned through credit by examination, advanced placement, IB, etc…

  • Appeal Policies: Districts required to adopt an appeals policy and process for students who:

    • Lose enrollment priority due to extenuating circumstances

    • Are disabled and who applied for but did not receive timely reasonable accommodation.

    • Districts may also allow appeals for students who demonstrate significant satisfactory academic improvement in a subsequent term


California community colleges student success initiative implementation

Student Success Task Force Recommendation 3.1

Proposed Title 5, Section 58108 Enrollment Priority Regulation

Timeline

*Districts may implement the new priority enrollment requirements earlier than Fall 2014


California community colleges student success initiative implementation

Student Success Task Force Recommendation 8.2:Student Success Initiative A.K.A.Student Success Act of 2012 (SB 1456)


The sstf recommendations sb 1456

The SSTF Recommendations & SB 1456

  • First step to begin implementation of SSTF recommendations:

    • 2.2 (mandated services),

    • 3.2 (BOGFW conditions), and

    • 8.2 (Student Support Initiative)

  • Links funding to support:

    • 7.3 Student Success Scorecard:Implement the accountability scorecard

    • 2.1 Centralized Assessment: As a condition of receipt of funds, requires colleges to adopt common assessment if the college uses standardized assessment tests (when CCCAssess becomes available)


Matriculation then now

Matriculation Then & Now…

  • Was known as “Matriculation Program”

  • 8 funded components

  • Colleges required to provide core matriculation services, but students not required to complete them

  • Stand-alone program planning

  • Funding allocated based on enrollment data for new and continuing students

  • Incomplete data reporting on matriculation services

  • Now known as the “Student Success & Support Program”

  • 3 funded core services:

    • orientation, assessment, counseling/advising/other student education planning

  • Institutional AND student requirements

  • Incentivizes student completion of core services

  • Clear link to student equity planning

  • SSTF and BOG priority in restoration of matriculation funds

  • Funding formula to include services provided as one element

  • Linked to ARCC 2.0 Scorecard & centralized assessment


Overview of the student success act

Overview of the Student Success Act

EC 78212:

  • Delineates the student’s and the institution’s responsibilities, requires the BOG to establish a reasonable, phased-in implementation period based on resources available to serve students, & establishes name of program as the : “Student Success and Support Program.”


Overview of the student success act1

Overview of the Student Success Act

EC 78212: Student Success & Support Program funding targeted to core matriculation services

EC 78215: Defines role of BOG in developing policies and processes for mandated student participation in core services, exemption categories, and appeals process

EC 78216: Requires BOG to develop funding formula forStudent Success and Support Program, including criteria such as services provided.


Overview of the student success act2

Overview of the Student Success Act

EC 78216(b)(4): Links funding to centralized assessment & the new Scorecard

EC 78216(b)(5): Provides BOG with the authority to fund other services, as funding allows.

EC 78216(c): Delineates plan requirements

EC 76300: BOG Fee Waiver conditions


California community colleges student success initiative implementation

Fiscal Year 2012-2013

Fiscal Year 2013-2014

Fiscal Year 2014-2015

Fiscal Year 2015-2016

Fiscal Year 2016-2017

Student Success Act of 2012 (SB 1456)Student Success & Support Program Planning & Implementation Timeline

  • Implementation Year 3:

  • FY 15-16 allocations based on 14-15 year-end data reported

  • Legislative report due July 1, 2016

  • Implementation Year 2:

  • FY 15-16 allocations based on 14-15 year-end data reported

  • Application of funding formula beginning this year

  • System-level Planning Year:

  • Implementation workgroups convened October 2012 to develop proposals for title 5 Matriculation revisions, new allocation formula, & revised MIS data elements & definitions

  • New program planning & budget process developed

  • SB 1456 effective January 1, 2013

  • District/College-Level Implementation Year 1:

  • Program plans & budgets submitted

  • Continue to ensure accurate & complete data reporting

  • Allocations remain consistent as prior year, new formula not applied

  • Legislative implementation report due July 1, 2014 (biannually thereafter)

  • District/College-Level Planning Year:

  • Develop program plans

  • Implement MIS changes & ensure accurate & complete data reporting

  • Allocations remain consistent as prior year, new formula not applied

  • Funding targeted to core services of orientation, assessment, counseling & advising, & other education planning services


California community colleges student success initiative implementation

Board of Governors

Consultation Council

Stakeholder Input

Student Success Act of 2012 (SB 1456)Student Success & Support Program Implementation Communication Plan

Final draft proposals submitted for broader review & input

Matriculation Advisory Committee

CounselingAdvisory Group

CSSO Workgroup

Implementation Workgroups develop draft proposals for input

Title 5 Revision Adhoc Workgroup

MIS & Allocation Formula Adhoc Workgroup

Student Equity Workgroup

Program Reporting Adhoc Workgroup

Student Services Categorical Input Workgroup


Overview of the student success act3

Overview of the Student Success Act

EC 76300: BOG Fee Waiver conditions

  • Requires BOG to establish academic conditions for continuing receipt of BOGFW

    • Loss of BOGFW linked to same standards used for priority registration

      • Students would lose BOGFW if they are on academic or progress probation for two consecutive terms (as defined by existing title 5 regulations)

  • Notification requirements


For additional information updates

For Additional Information & Updates

http://extranet.cccco.edu/Divisions/StudentServices/Matriculation/SB1456StudentSuccessActOF2012.aspx


Accountability scorecard

Accountability Scorecard


Ccc accountability

CCC Accountability

  • 11-12: Student Success Task Force

    • Formulate ARCC into “Scorecard”

    • Focus on high-order outcomes and significant momentum points

    • Show outcomes by demography

    • Focus less on college comparisons, more on performance over time

    • Account for greater headcount and FTES

    • Account for students at <12 units earned


4 tiered reporting framework

4-Tiered Reporting Framework

  • State of the System (print)

    • Scorecard data, system metrics

  • Scorecard (web, print)

    • College profile, college metrics, single demographic

  • Datamart 2.0 (web query tool)

    • College metrics by multiple crosstabs

  • Data on Demand (web data download)

    • College metrics as unitary files


State of the system metrics

State of the System: Metrics

  • Annual Number of Transfers to CSU, UC, ISP (non and for-profit) and OOS (non and for-profit)

  • Annual Number of Awards by Type (credit awards, AA/AS degrees and credit certificates

  • Post-Graduation Wages for Students Attaining an Award

  • SystemwideParticipation Rates by Age Group, Gender and Race/Ethnicity


State of the system

State of the System

  • Annual headcount

  • Distribution of enrollment status

  • Course sections, enrollments, section size

  • Credit and noncredit FTES

  • FTES per headcount

  • Course success rates by type

  • PLUS, All college scorecard metrics at the system level


Scorecard metrics 1

Scorecard Metrics (1)

  • Student Progress & Attainment Rate (combined grad & transfer rate) (remedial/collegiate)

  • First Three Terms Persistence Rate (remedial/collegiate)

  • 30 Units Achieved Rate (remedial/collegiate)

  • All based on a cohort of first-time students tracked 6 years forward defined as degree-seeking (completed any 6 units and attempted any remedial/collegiate Math or English course)


Scorecard metrics 2

Scorecard Metrics (2)

  • Career Technical Education (CTE) Program Completion Rate

  • Remedial Education Progress Rate (English, Math & ESL)

  • Career Development and College Preparation Rate (CDCP) Rate


Datamart 2 0 online

Datamart 2.0 - Online

  • All Scorecard metrics

    • Multiple crosstabs (advanced)

  • Course completion rates

    • Vocational, Basic Skills, ESL

  • Basic skills tracker

  • Transfer rates and annual volumes

  • Grade distributions, FTES


Other items

Other Items

  • Draft report to colleges in January

  • Final Report on March 31, 2013

  • Peer grouping will be available

  • Removing college self-assessment process

  • Board of Trustee interactions remain

    • College has 1 year from ARCC report publish date to interact with it


Thank you

Thank YOU


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