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Graduate and Professional Education Summit University of Washington December 7, 2007 Presentation by Ann Daley, Executive Director Higher Education Coordinating Board. Graduate and Professional Education. Graduate and Professional Education fosters: Education (P-20) Innovation

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Graduate and Professional Education Summit

University of Washington

December 7, 2007

Presentation by Ann Daley, Executive Director

Higher Education Coordinating Board

graduate and professional education
Graduate and Professional Education
  • Graduate and Professional Education fosters:
    • Education (P-20)
    • Innovation
    • Economic dynamism and vitality
    • Expansion of human knowledge
      • Science
      • Health
      • Technology
    • Individual opportunity
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Washington is last among the GCS in advanced degree production per 1,000 adults 20-34

WA 31% below median

Global Challenge States

Source: IPEDS

stagnant advanced degree production in specific fields

High Demand Graduate and Professional

Degree Awards

Washington Public Colleges and Universities

1500

1000

Degrees Awarded

500

0

1996-97

1997-98

1998-99

1999-00

2000-01

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

2005-06

Year

Stagnant advanced degree production in specific fields
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In 2004-05, Washington produced more degrees than it imported – except for graduate and professional degrees

13,850

Graduate or professional

degree

10,940

22,229

Bachelors degrees

28,265

1,904

Associate degrees

22,338

14,371

Some college but no

degree

4,144

Net In-Migration (Age 22-64)

High school diploma

Degrees Awarded: 2004-05

Less than a high school

4,139

diploma

-

5,000

10,000

15,000

20,000

25,000

30,000

Source: Census, 2005 American Community Survey

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Challenge: Population is increasing most among groups at greatest risk for dropping out

By 2030 more than 37% of our school population will be from low-income and diverse groups

Source: OFM 2007

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Challenge: The pipeline is leaking . . .

Snapshot captures 30% of AA

degrees and 41% of BA degrees

awarded statewide 2005-2006

95,267

Ninth

82,596

BA

11,778

12th

70,783

AA

6,739

H.S.

38,233

College

Completers 18,517

100%

87%

76%

Sources:

OSPI: K12 Enrollment and Graduation

OSPI/SESRC: High School Graduate Follow Study

IPEDS: Completions Rate

40%

19%

pipeline leaks all the way to the end
Pipeline leaks all the way to the end …
  • The National Council of Graduate Schools reported this year that - on average across the U.S. - just 50 to 60 percent of those who enter doctoral programs complete their degrees.
  • Source: Graduate Education: The Backbone of American Competitiveness and Innovation, page 22.
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Challenge: Educational results in other nations portend a loss of competitive advantage for U.S. and Washington

…but the U.S. (and Washington) are standing still

52%

51%

48%

44%

40%

40%

40%

40%

33%

37%

19%

18%

18%

17%

Canada

Japan

Korea

Ireland

Spain

France

U.S.

WA

Age 45-54

with AA or higher

Age 25-34

with AA or higher

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Draft Preliminary Strategic Master Plan Degree Production Goals for 2018

  • Mid-level degree, certificates:
    • 34,300 annually, an increase of 7,500 degrees annually
  • Baccalaureate degrees:
    • 40,200 per year, an increase of 11,600 degrees annually*
  • Advanced degrees:
    • 18,300 per year, an increase of 7,100 degrees annually**
  • * Places Washington near 75th percentile of the current annual degree production by the Global Challenge States.
  • ** Places Washington near 50th percentile of the current annual degree production by the Global Challenge States.
robust expansion of graduate degree production will be difficult both programmatically and fiscally
Robust expansion of graduate degree production will be difficult, both programmatically and fiscally …

2005-06 Cost of Instruction Per FTE Graduate StudentState support plus tuition (operating fees) collections

$23,754

$21,552

Dollars

Per FTE Graduate

Student

$13,301

$13,032

$9,782

$7,768

UW

WSU

CWU

EWU

TESC

WWU

(all campuses)

(all campuses)

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Summary

  • Washington is last among Global Challenge States in advanced degree production
  • The U.S. is slipping internationally on educational attainment (with economic competiveness not far behind)
  • Strategic Master Plan proposes ambitious growth in graduate education
  • Next Step: Detailed enrollment plans to be developed in 2008