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Janet Fulks, ASCCC Stephanie Low, CCCCO. CB 21 Regional Meetings. 1. Which of the following describes your position?. A. Faculty member – full time B. Faculty member – part time C. CIO D. Dean E. Researcher or staff member that inputs MIS data.

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Cb 21 regional meetings

Janet Fulks, ASCCC

Stephanie Low, CCCCO

CB 21 Regional Meetings


1 which of the following describes your position

1. Which of the following describes your position?

A. Faculty member – full time

B. Faculty member – part time

C. CIO

D. Dean

E. Researcher or staff member that inputs MIS data


2 which of the following represent your previous exposure to cb 21

2. Which of the following represent your previous exposure to CB 21?

  • CB 21 breakouts or presentations at meetings (ASCCC, BSI, CIO, Curriculum Institute, SLO institute, plenary, etc)

  • CB 21 training webinars

  • CB 21 published information or websites

  • Two or more of the above

  • No previous exposure


3 have you participated in recoding cb 21 courses on your campus

3. Have you participated in recoding CB 21 courses on your campus?

  • No

  • No, but someone else on my campus has been working on it

  • No, but I understand the rubrics and the process

  • Yes, individually

  • Yes with a group of faculty


4 cb course basic codes

4. CB (course basic) codes

  • describe characteristics of courses

  • define whether courses are degree-applicable, transferable, basic skills, credit or non-credit, etc

  • determine funding, staffing reports, reporting to the legislature, FTES, etc

  • can be used for local information on student success and progress

  • All of the above (Correct Answer)


5 this recoding process will

5. This recoding process will

A. require new TOP codes for all ESL, basic skills math, English and reading

B. correct existing inaccuracies in CB 21 coding

C. align statewide levels of basic skills courses

D. help correct other CB data elements

E. do all of the above (correct answer)


6 can you code a course as both degree applicable cb04 and basic skills cb08

6. Can you code a course as both degree applicable (CB04 and basic skills (CB08)?

  • Yes

  • No (Correct Answer – Never)

  • Under some specific conditions


7 which courses are coded with cb 21 which is most correct

7. Which courses are coded with CB 21? Which is most correct.

  • All courses

  • All reading, math, ESL and writing (English) basic skills courses

  • Reading, math, writing, & ESL courses in a sequence

  • Reading, math, writing, & ESL courses prior to transfer and transfer ESL courses in a sequence (all basic skills in a sequence and all ESL including transferable ESL below English 1A


8 when courses are coded are you allowed to have gaps for instance cb 21 d c a

8. When courses are coded, are you allowed to have gaps? For instance CB 21 D,C,A?

Yes gaps are allowable

No gaps are not allowable

You may have gaps but this should result in discussions about your curriculum


9 can you have more than one course on a specific cb21 level

9. Can you have more than one course on a specific CB21 level?

  • Yes, it is allowable

  • No, it is not allowable

  • Yes, it is allowable but you should examine why


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10. Consider the raised graduation requirements for English 1A. Which of the following is true for the English course 1 level prior to transfer?

  • It can be transferable (CB o5)

  • It is CB 21 B – two levels prior to transfer

  • It is CB 21 A and can be degree applicable or not degree applicable CB 04

  • It is CB 21Y – CB 21 not applicable

  • None of the above


Cb 21 regional meetings

11. Consider the raised graduation requirements for Math to Intermediate Algebra. Title 5 allows you to code how many levels prior to transfer as degree-applicable (allows not requires)

  • all levels below transfer

  • Two levels prior to transfer (Intermediate Algebra CB 21 A) and two levels prior to tansfer (Algebra Cb 21 B)

  • Three levels prior to transfer including arithmetic

  • No levels prior to transfer


12 can transferable courses be coded with cb 21 levels

12. Can transferable courses be coded with CB 21 levels?

All transferable courses are coded CB 21 Y (y= not applicable)

All transferable courses (math, English, ESL, reading) can be coded with CB 21 levels

Only transferable ESL courses are coded with CB 21 levels all other transferable courses are CB 21 Y

None of the above


Cb 21 rubrics created to describe levels courses prior to transfer

CB 21 Rubrics Created to Describe Levels Courses Prior to TRANSFER

Student Success Conference 2009


13 what happens if you don t recode after march 1 and prior to submission of spring data

13. What happens if you don’t recode after March 1 and prior to submission of spring data?

  • Probably nothing (Since when are we responsible for accuracy?)

  • The TOP codes will all change and the un-recoded courses will be ejected as errors potentially affecting FTES & funding allocations and staff reports etc.

  • You will not be able to teach the courses.

  • You will lose accreditation

  • Don’t know


Top code changes

TOP code changes


How do we use comis data

How do we use COMIS* data?

  • Research Questions

    • Legislative Analyst Office

    • Department of Finance

    • California Postsecondary Education Commission

    • California Student Aid Commission

    • Public Policy Institute

    • UC/CSU

    • Legislature – Committees and individual members

    • Community College Organizations

    • Newspapers

    • Labor Unions

  • Data Matches

    • Transfer to UC/CSU/NSC match

    • Dept. of Social Services

    • EDD/UI Match/Wage Study

  • Accountability Reporting

  • Justification & Funding

    • Matriculation

    • EOPS

    • DSPS

  • Career Technical Education

    • Perkins Core Indicator Reports

    • Perkins Allocations

  • BOGW Administrative Funding

  • Federal Integrated Postsecondary

  • Education Data System

  • (IPEDS) Reporting

  • CCC Data Mart

  • Annual Staffing Report

Mandated Reporting

Other Reporting

  • Federal

    • Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) Reporting

  • CCC Data Mart

  • Annual Staffing Report

  • Accountability Reporting (ARCC, ARCC supplemental, etc)

  • Career Technical Education (CTE)

    • Perkins Core Indicator Reports

    • Perkins Allocations

  • Justification & Funding

    • Matriculation

    • EOPS

    • DSPS

  • BOGW Administrative Funding

*CCCCO Management Information Systems

* Chancellor’s Office MIS Data


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Data


Questions

Questions

  • We want to use this time to listen to specific questions and for you to listen to practices on other college campuses.


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