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Ready for College?. March 15, 2013 Early Assessment Program Breakfast Rosie Villafana-Hatcher, EAP Director, SDSU . Number of 1 st Time Freshmen Entering the CSU needing remediation in English and math (Fall 2012). 18,690. 17,011. Math Remediation. English Remediation.

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Ready for college

Ready for College?

March 15, 2013

Early Assessment Program Breakfast

Rosie Villafana-Hatcher, EAP Director, SDSU


Ready for college

Number of 1st Time Freshmen Entering the CSU needing remediation in English and math (Fall 2012)

18,690

17,011

Math Remediation

English Remediation


The early assessment program eap

The Early Assessment Program (EAP)

  • Giving students an early signal of college readiness

  • Collaborating with the high school community

  • Providing 12th grade interventions


Components of eap

Components of EAP

  • 11th grade testing

  • Supplemental high school preparation

  • Teacher/administrator professional development

  • Parent/family communication

  • Preservice teacher preparation


Ready for college

What’s on the test?


Test determinations

Test Determinations

  • Students are identified as

    • Ready for CSU college-level courses in English or mathematics

    • Not yet demonstrating readiness…

  • Conditionally Ready in English or mathematics.

    -Students must fulfill requirements in 12th grade in order to

    maintain exemption from placement testing.

  • Students whose results indicate readiness are exempted from placement exams

    • English Placement Test (EPT)

    • Entry Level Math Exam (ELM)


Test results

Test Results

  • Students whose results indicate readiness are exempted from the CSU Placement Test (EPT & ELM) and are eligible to enter credit bearing courses

  • At participating community colleges, students are eligible to enter transfer-level courses


Conditionally ready english beginning 2012 2013

Conditionally Ready – English (beginning 2012-2013)

Completion of an approved senior English course with a grade of C or better:

  • Expository Reading and Writing Course (ERWC course)

  • AP English Language and Composition

  • AP English Literature and Composition

  • International Baccalaureate (IB) English

  • Weighted Honors English course (indicated on UC doorways with a )


Conditionally ready math

Conditionally Ready-Math

Completion of an approved senior English course with a grade of C or better:

-Trigonometry and Math Analysis

-Pre-Calculus

-Calculus

-AP Calculus AB

-AP Calculus BC

-AP Statistics

-AP Physics

-ALEKS online learning course


Ready for college

11th Grade Testing: Status Reports

  • EAP results appear on the lower left corner of the second page of the STAR Student Reports that are mailed home in August.

  • Students are referred to a website for additional advising.


Ready for college

Online EAP Status Check

http://www.calstate.edu/eap/results

  • Students can get their EAP math and English results online from this website

  • Available any time from anywhere

  • Provides advice for getting ready for CSU math and English.


Eap math statewide results

EAP Math Statewide Results

14%

77%

43%

77%

44%

15%

79%

14%

48%

http://eap2012.ets.org/Viewreport.asp


Eap english statewide results

EAP English Statewide Results

83%

24%

26%

81%

26%

16%

82%

http://eap2012.ets.org/Viewreport.asp


English proficiency

English Proficiency

SAT Critical Reading:500 or above

SAT Writing Skills:

ACT English test:22 or above

AP English:3 or above

A “C” or better in a community college English course that satisfies the general education requirement in English composition (English 1A).

A status of READY (or CONDITIONALLY READY) on the CSU’s Early Assessment in English

A passing score on the CSU’s English Placement Test (EPT)


Mathematics proficiency

Mathematics Proficiency

SAT Reasoning Test :550 or above

SAT Subject Test (IC or IIC):550 or above

ACT Mathematics test:23 or above

AP Calculus or Statistics:3 or above

A “C” or better in a community college mathematics course that satisfies the quantitative reasoning requirement (GE requirement B-4).

A status of READY (or CONDITIONALLY READY) on the CSU’s Early Assessment in Mathematics

A passing score on the CSU’s Entry Level Mathematics examination (ELM)


Ready for college

http://www.csusuccess.org

Math and English Success Websites


Professional development opportunities

Professional Development Opportunities

  • SMI-Strengthening Mathematics Instruction Math Professional Development

    -http://www.csumathsuccess.org/counselors/smi

  • ERWC-Expository Reading and Writing course workshops for teachers interested in course adoption

    • http://www.calstate.edu/eap/support_hs_teachers.shtml

    • http://writing.csusuccess.org


Supplemental high school preparation

English-Language Arts

Supplemental High School Preparation

  • Expository Reading and Writing Course(ERWC) for students in grades 11 and/or 12

    • Emphasizes in-depth study of expository, analytical, and argumentative reading and writing

    • Approved to fulfill the “b” English requirement of the UC and CSU “a-g” college entrance requirements

    • Intended for broad usage (not as an honors or remedial course and not necessarily tied to EAP results)


Ready for college

12%

15%

85%

16%

66%


Adoption is easy

Adoption is Easy

  • The CSU has Program Status, making adoption easy

  • Go to: https://doorways.ucop.edu/update

  • The following EAP course has been approved by UC: Approved Course Title

    • CSU Expository Reading and Writing  

  • “a-g” Subject Area b –

    • English

  • Follow the directions


Questions

Questions?

  • Rosie Villafana-Hatcher

    [email protected]


Ready for college

Micah Jendian

  • Associate Professor of English, Grossmont College

  • ERWC Statewide Advisory Committee Member and Liason to the English Council of California's Two Year Colleges (ECCTYC)

  • Former Director of SDSU's Collaborative Academic Preparation Initiative

    [email protected]


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