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CCTI: Guideposts for Transformation. CCTI National Summit Denver, Colorado March 1-2, 2008. Guideposts for Transformation. Strengthen role of community college. Move from programs to systems. Measure progress objectively throughout the pathway. MVTPC. Organized in 1992

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    1. CCTI:GuidepostsforTransformation CCTI National Summit Denver, Colorado March 1-2, 2008

    2. Guideposts forTransformation • Strengthen role of community college • Move from programs to systems • Measure progress objectively throughout the pathway

    3. MVTPC • Organized in 1992 • One of 23 Ohio consortia • 14 academic-technical pathways • Allied Health • Architecture-Construction • Automotive Technologies • Biotechnology • Business Technologies • Criminal Science • Digital Design Technologies • Exercise Science • Engineering Technologies • Environmental Technologies • Graphic Arts Technologies • Hospitality/Culinary Arts • Information Technologies • Technical Theater

    4. Miami Valley Tech Prep Consortium Combined Secondary/Sinclair/Other Universities Tech Prep Enrollment 1993-2008 Data not finalized- Other Universities (est.)

    5. Impact On College Performance In-coming pathway students outperform their peers on these important College success measures: • Passage rates on placement exams • Need for remediation • Academic performance in first math class • Cumulative grade point average 5. Retention from year 1 to year 2 of the college program

    6. Faculty Engagement • Annual secondary-postsecondary faculty summits and symposiums • Annual orientations for guidance counselors and academic advisors • On-going curriculum development • Regular school visits by SCC faculty • Joint task forces • Joint planning for student recruitment, retention and college transition activities • Early College Connection Days • College Transition Days

    7. Student Engagement • Recruitment, Retention and College Transition Activities • Early Accuplacer Testing • Academic Resource Centers • Competitions and Recognition • Worksite-based Learning • Capstones • Financial Aid

    8. Financial Aid 2006-2007 Sinclair Tech Prep Scholarship Awards Total Amount: $428,907.16Total Students ReceivingScholarship: 427

    9. Financial Aid Summary of Tech Prep Scholarships from Board Designated Endowment Fund Fall Quarter 1996 – Spring Quarter 2007$2,633,585.00 utilized by2,458 students

    10. Articulation and Dual/Concurrent Credit • Aggregated SCC Credits Awarded HS Class of ’07 • By articulation - 6,600 • By proficiency - 1,860 • Total credits - 8,460 Value In-county - $380,880 Out-of-county - $621,810

    11. Systems MISSION AND BYLAWSOF THEMIAMI VALLEY TECH PREP CONSORTIUMMISSION STATEMENTThe Miami Valley Tech Prep Consortium, a partnership among business, industry, labor, secondary and higher education, seeks to strengthen Ohio’s workforce competitiveness by facilitating educational change that prepares students for technology-based careers. Governing BoardThe MVTPC Governing Board shall consist of the superintendents of the MVTPC CTPDs, the President of Sinclair Community College, a minimum of three representatives from business, industry and labor, and, as ex-officio, the MVTPC director. The Board shall be chaired by the Sinclair Community College President or designee and shall meet at least semi-annually to advise and approve as needed on (1) funding and institutionalization of Tech Prep, (2) collaborative efforts in the delivery systems, (3) local commitment to programs and (4) to act on the recommendations of the MVTPC director regarding the development, implementation and evaluation of the MVTPC strategic plan.

    12. Systems • http://www.mvtechprep.org

    13. Systems • Proficiency Course Delivery

    14. Statistics Data not finalized- Other Universities (est.)

    15. Statistics

    16. Statistics

    17. Are they more prepared for college than their peers? If they do require remediation, are they more successful in completing it? Are they more successful in introductory English courses? Are they more successful in introductory math courses? Are they more likely to attempt and succeed in upper level math courses? Are they more likely to persist or be retained in college? Are they more likely to graduate and/or transfer to a 4-year school? This study set out to answer several questions about the postsecondary performance of Tech Prep students: Statistics

    18. Guideposts forTransformation • Strengthen role of community college • Move from programs to systems • Measure progress objectively throughout the pathway

    19. Contact Us Ron Kindell, Director Miami Valley Tech Prep Consortium Sinclair Community College (937) 512-2406 ronald.kindell@sinclair.edu VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT www.mvtechprep.org