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ARCC Accountability Report for the Community Colleges Focus on Quality. Accountability Report for the Community Colleges. To inform: The California State Legislature The public On the performance of the California Community College System. Methodology.

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accountability report for the community colleges

Accountability Report for the Community Colleges

  • To inform:
  • The California State Legislature
  • The public
  • On the performance of the California Community College System
methodology
Methodology

The accountability report measures the performance of cohorts (groups of students) using 7 performance indicators.

cohorts
Cohorts

The Chancellor’s Office created a series of cohorts from the 2000-2001 academic year consisting of first-time freshmen.

The Cohorts represent students that completed at least 12 units in the community college system over a 6 year period.

first time freshmen are
First Time Freshmen are:
  • Students who have entered college for the first time in summer or the subsequent fall
  • Students who are taking 6 or more credits in courses anywhere in the California Community College System (except physical education)
  • Excludes special students who are enrolled in K-12
colleges are measured on
Colleges are measured on

7

Performance Indicators

seven performance indicators

Seven Performance Indicators

Student Progress and Achievement Rate

Percent of students who earned 30 units

Persistence Rate from Fall to Fall

Vocational Course Completion Rate

Basic Skills Course Completion Rate

Basic Skills Improvement Rate

ESL Improvement Rate

progress and achievement counts students who

Progress and Achievementcounts students who:

Earned an AA or AS

Earned a Certificate of 18 hours or more

Transferred to a 4 year college/university

Achieved ‘transfer prepared’ status

Achieved ‘transfer directed’ status

transfer prepared status
‘Transfer Prepared’ status
  • Student who earned 60 transferable units with a 2.0+ GPA
transfer directed status
‘Transfer Directed’ status
  • Students who completed transfer level math and English
strategies for
Strategiesfor:

Access

and

Success

students earning 30 units
Students earning 30+ units

A percentage of the cohort of first-time students who earned 30 units within six years of entry

the percentage of first time students in the fall who return and re enroll the next fall
The percentage of first time students in the fall who return and re-enroll the next fall.

Persistence Rate

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Vocational course completion
  • Students in credit vocational courses
  • Success is defined as having been retained to the end of the term with a final course grade of A, B, C, or CR
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Basic Skills Course

Completion Rate

  • Students enrolled in credit basic skills courses.
  • Success is defined as having been retained to the end of the term with a final course grade of A, B, C, or CR.
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Basic Skills Improvement Rate
  • Students who successfully completed an initial basic skills course were followed across three academic years.
  • The BSI improvement rate calculated the percentage of students who successfully completed a higher-level course in the same discipline within three academic years of completing the first basic skills course. An example: a student who completed and passed

English - 150 and then English-1A.

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ESL Improvement Rate
  • Students who successfully completed an initial ESL course were then followed across 3 academic years
  • The ESL improvement rate calculated the percentage of students who successfully completed a higher-level ESL course or college level English course within three academic years of completing the first ESL course.
first time students are
First Time Students are:
  • Students who have entered college for the first time in summer or the subsequent fall
  • Students who are taking 6 or more credits in courses anywhere in the California Community College System (except physical education)
cohorts1
Cohorts

The Chancellor’s Office created a series of cohorts consisting of first-time freshman.

These cohorts include students who completed at least 12 units in the community college system over a 6-year period.

cohorts2
Cohorts

Exclude special students who are enrolled in K-12