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  1. Division II Eligibility Center Session Dan Grady, Academic Certification Paul Rorvig, High School Review

  2. Session Overview • Legislative Refresher • Domestic Academic Certification • Transcript designations • Core-course implications • Campus Strategies • Case Study Format

  3. Bylaw 14.3.1.1 • Increases core-course requirements from 14 to 16 • Effective August 1, 2013 for those first entering on/after August 1, 2013 • 3 English • 2 math • 2 natural/physical science (one lab) • 3 additional English, math, science • 2 social studies • 4 additional

  4. Bylaw 14.3.1.1 • Test score requirements remain the same • 68 ACT sum score • 820 SAT score (critical reading and math only) • Grade-point average requirements remain the same • 2.000 core GPA in the 16 core classes

  5. Potential Impacts • Additional courses may lower GPA • PSAs may try a “quick fix” through nontraditional programs to bridge the gap

  6. Academic Certification Process

  7. Certification Overview • Transcript identification tips • Core-course considerations • Coursework taken before ninth grade • Course levels • Course title policies

  8. Transcript Identification • Where? • What school or program • Transcript notations • Entry/Exit Dates, Headings, Course Designations • When? • Puzzle of academic time • Prior to 9th grade

  9. Transcript Identification • What? • Numeric grading scale • College coursework • 2012-3 • How? • Online/virtual/credit recovery • Brick and mortar

  10. Core-Course Considerations • Definition • Graduation credit in English, math, science, social studies, foreign language, comparative religion/philosophy • At/above the high school’s regular academic level • Academic, four-year college preparatory • Life of a core course • High school submits online • Staff makes initial decision (approve, deny or hold for more information) • For pending courses, high school submits information for review • Course description, course outline, course flow chart

  11. Core-Course Considerations • Nontraditional Courses • Must meet all elements of a core course • Ongoing access/interaction with instructor for purposes of teaching, evaluating, providing assistance • Defined timeframe for completion • College Courses • Must meet all elements of a core course • Must be accepted by the high school for all students • Must be on the high school transcript • Proposal No. 2012-3

  12. Coursework Completed Before 9th Grade • Appears on a high school transcript • Course title matches high school’s list of NCAA courses • Course is listed with a grade (letter or numeric) • Course is listed with high school credit

  13. Coursework Completed Before 9th Grade

  14. Coursework Completed Before 9th Grade

  15. Course Title Descriptor (Course Level) College Prep Level and Above Below College Prep Level Applied (APP) Basic (B), (BAS), (BASIC) Essentials (ESS) Foundations (FOUND) Fundamentals (FUND) General (GEN) Intro (INT) Modified (MOD) Practical (PRAC) Remedial (REM) Resource (RES) Skills Technical (TP), (TECH) Vocational (VT), (VO TECH) • Academic (ACAD), (AC), (A) • Academically Gifted (AG) • Accelerated (ACC) • Advanced (ADV), (AD) • Advanced Placement (AP) • College Prep (CP) • Enriched (E), (ENR) • Gifted/Talented (G/T), (GATE), (TAG) • Honors (H), (HR), (HON) • International Baccalaureate (IB), (IB-HL), (IB-SL) • Pre-International Baccalaureate (PRE-IB), (PIB), (MYP) • Pre-Advanced Placement (PRE-AP), (PAP) • Regular

  16. Course Title Descriptor (Course Level)

  17. Geometry Acceptable Substitutions

  18. Geometry Unacceptable Substitutions

  19. College Courses- Determination Of Core Content • Transcript review • Course title • Course number • College website • Course catalog/description • Duplicative review • High school review staff may be consulted • Credit awarded

  20. Duplicative Course Issues • Courses appear on list but may be duplicates • Ex: Integrated Math 1 and Algebra 1 • Both are core, but are essentially the same course • Course with best grade would be used in certification • Courses that may be taken successive years • Ex: Debate I, Debate II, Debate III • Best grade would be used for maximum one credit • Sometimes appear on list as Debate I OR Debate II OR Debate III

  21. On-Campus Strategies • Early transcript procurement/review • Ask questions about transcript designations, repeated courses, courses out of district, etc. • Repeated courses likely credit recovery • Ask PSA about additional coursework • PSA registration process captures additional coursework IF the PSA completes it • Helpful to certification process • Use resources on high school portal

  22. Student Registration- -Additional Courses

  23. www.eligibilitycenter.org

  24. Subscribe to High School Newsletter and Access Resources Tab

  25. High School Resources Page

  26. High School Review • Schools with no list • Proactive review based on IRL activation • Questionnaire and request for documents • Possible decisions • School cleared • School withdrawn • Voluntary • No response • School placed in extended evaluation • Usually two certification cycles • Review of documents during that timeframe • School not cleared • Courses/grades/graduation cannot be used

  27. High School Not Cleared

  28. Approved Nontraditional Program

  29. Brick and Mortar with Nontraditional Courses

  30. School Withdrawn from Process

  31. Academic Certification Process Case Study 1

  32. Case Study No. 2 • Placeholder for more complex case study

  33. Case Study No. 3 • Placeholder for final, most complex certification example

  34. Placeholder- How to search HS portal screen shot???