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  1. 2011 RSCCD “Plan to Plan” Board of Trustees’ Annual Planning Retreat February 7, 2011

  2. Agenda • Review of 2010-2011 vision & goals • Accountability Reporting for the Community Colleges (ARCC) • 12 Measures of Success • Progress towards Goals • Results of Community/Staff Input, 2010-2011 Goals • Recommendations of 2011-2012 Goals

  3. RSCCD is a learning community. The college district and its colleges are committed to ensuring access and equity, and to planning comprehensive educational opportunities throughout our communities. We will be global leaders in many fields, delivering cost-effective, innovative programs and services that are responsive to the diverse needs and interests of all students. We will be exceptionally sensitive and responsive to the economic and educational needs of our students and communities. The environment will be collegial and supportive for students, staff, and the communities we serve.We will promote and extensively participate in partnerships with other educational providers, business, industry, and community groups. We will enhance our communities' cultural, educational, and economic well-being.We will be a leader in the state in student learning outcomes. Students who complete programs will be prepared for success in business, industry, careers, and all future educational endeavors. We will prepare students to embrace and engage the diversity of our global community and to assume leadership roles in their work and public lives. Vision

  4. 2010-2011 Goals • #1 -- Promote a learning community environment that is innovative, student-centered, and celebrates student achievement. • #2 -- Provide access and retention for completion programs, including transfer, vocational, and high school diploma programs; and prepare students for success in their academic, career, and personal life endeavors. • #3 – Update and implement facilities master plans, maximize college and community use of facilities, and incorporate “green” efforts into facilities development and other efforts when cost-effective.

  5. 2010-2011 Goals, Cont. • #4 -- Promote flexible, cost-effective educational programs and services including the use of cutting-edge technology and educational program delivery via technology. • #5 -- Pursue alternative public and private funding sources to increase the district’s fiscal sustainability and to implement the district’s vision and goals, and encourage the foundations and district to create plans for capital and program campaigns and alumni association development. • #6 -- Maintain a positive, productive working environment for employees, recognizing and embracing diversity and enhancing staff development opportunities that address innovation and technology.

  6. 2010-2011 Goals, Cont. • #7 -- Expand partnerships with business, labor, community groups, universities, schools, and other public and private agencies in order to enhance the district’s resource development; ensure student access and success; ensure robust economic development programs; and be responsive to workforce development needs and high demand career fields. • #8 -- Assess the educational needs of the communities we serve, and enhance awareness of the colleges and community involvement through outreach and advocacy among community constituencies and leaders.

  7. ARCC • Accountability Reporting for the Community Colleges (ARCC)/AB1417 is the framework that provides for the annual evaluation of community college performance in meeting statewide educational outcome priorities. • Required the System Office to develop an accountability report/model • Replaced Partnership for Excellence to keep funding in the community college system • Legislatively-required annual report—Local trustee review is required

  8. ARCC • Colleges are NOT ranked! • SAC and SCC should NOT be compared to each other • College performance is analyzed over a three-year period AND within selected peer groups • Many college activities could impact these measures • This is one measure of success, not the only one….staff encourages multiple measures of assessment for continuous improvement

  9. ARCC: College Report • Progress and Achievement: Degree/Certificate/Transfer • Progress and Achievement Rate • Percentage of students earning 30 or more units • 1st Fall to 2nd Fall Persistence Rate • Progress and Achievement: Workforce Development • Annual successful course completion rate for vocational courses • Pre-Collegiate Improvement • Annual successful course completion rate for basic skills courses • ESL Improvement Rate • Basic Skills Improvement Rate • Career Development and College Preparation (CDCP) Progress and Achievement Rate (Non-Credit) • College Profile • Peer Grouping • College Self-Assessment

  10. ARCC: Progress and Achievement(Degree/Certificate/Transfer)

  11. ARCC: Progress and Achievement(Workforce Development)

  12. ARCC: Progress and Achievement(Basic Skills, ESL/Credit Improvement)

  13. How Do We Evaluate Ourselves?12 Measures of Success • Access • Successful course completion • Course retention • College-level skills attainment • Graduation • Transfers to four-year universities • Student satisfaction • Matriculation of continuing education students to credit • Vocational technical education core indicators of performance • Employee diversity • Financial indicators • Resource development

  14. Measure 1: Access to StudentsFeeder High School Graduates Enrolled as New Freshmen

  15. Measure 1: Access to StudentsEnrollment and Service Area Population

  16. Measure 2: Successful Course Completion Santa Ana College Santiago Canyon College

  17. Measure 3: Course Retention Santa Ana College Santiago Canyon College

  18. Measure 4: College-Level Skill AttainmentSuccessful Completion of English 061/ESL 112 or Higher Santa Ana College Santiago Canyon College

  19. Measure 4: College-Level Skill AttainmentSuccessful Completion of Math 060 or Higher Santa Ana College Santiago Canyon College

  20. Measure 5: GraduatesAA/AS Degrees & Certificates Awarded Santa Ana College Santiago Canyon College

  21. Measure 5: GraduatesHigh School Diplomas Awarded SAC School of Continuing Education SCC School of Continuing Education

  22. Measure 6: Transfers to 4-Year Institutions Santa Ana College Santiago Canyon College

  23. Measure 7: Student Satisfaction “The effectiveness of classroom experience is good/excellent” • SAC current students 82% graduates 87% • SCC current students 78% graduates 87% “The campus environment is good/excellent” • SAC current students 80% graduates 88% • SCC current students 74% graduates 83%

  24. Measure 7: Student SatisfactionExamples of SAC Core Competencies “Write in an organized & grammatically correct fashion.” • Current Students 78% • Graduates 83% “Respect & work with people of different cultural backgrounds” • Current Students 82% • Graduates 94% “Interact with integrity and awareness of others’ opinions/values.” • Current Students 81% • Graduates 88%

  25. Measure 7: Student Satisfaction Examples of SCC Student Learning Outcomes “Take responsibility for one’s own learning and well-being.” • Current Students 78% • Graduates 86% “Communicate ideas in a clear and articulate manner.” • Current Students 74% • Graduates 90% “Critically analyze, evaluate, organize and use quantitative and qualitative data.” • Current Students 77% • Graduates 87%

  26. Measure 8: Matriculation of Continuing Education Students to Credit Program

  27. Measure 9: Vocational Technical Education Core Indicators of Performance (2007-08 cohort) Students in apprenticeship & vocational courses: SAC SCC CA Successful course completion 91% 97% 88% Earn AA degree, certificate, or credential 85% 34% 82% Persistence and transfer 87% 77% 86% Employment, internship, or military enlistment 88% 93% 82% Participation in training for non-traditional 15% 4% 20% employment Completion of training for non-traditional 18% 17% 22% employment

  28. Measure 10: Employee Diversity

  29. Measure 11: Financial Indicators

  30. Measure 12: Resource DevelopmentCompetitive Grant Income District-wide Grants

  31. Measure 12: Resource Development Financial Aid Awarded to Students Awarded by SAC and SCC

  32. Progress Toward 2010-2011 Goals • #1 -- Promote a learning community environment that is innovative, student-centered, and celebrates student achievement. • #2 -- Provide access and retention for completion programs, including transfer, vocational, and high school diploma programs; and prepare students for success in their academic, career, and personal life endeavors. • #3 – Update and implement facilities master plans, maximize college and community use of facilities, and incorporate “green” efforts into facilities development and other efforts when cost-effective.

  33. Progress Toward 2010-2011 Goals • #4 -- Promote flexible, cost-effective educational programs and services including the use of cutting-edge technology and educational program delivery via technology. • #5 -- Pursue alternative public and private funding sources to increase the district’s fiscal sustainability and to implement the district’s vision and goals, and encourage the foundations and district to create plans for capital and program campaigns and alumni association development. • #6 -- Maintain a positive, productive working environment for employees, recognizing and embracing diversity and enhancing staff development opportunities that address innovation and technology.

  34. Progress Toward 2010-2011 Goals • #7 -- Expand partnerships with business, labor, community groups, universities, schools, and other public and private agencies in order to enhance the district’s resource development; ensure student access and success; ensure robust economic development programs; and be responsive to workforce development needs and high demand career fields. • #8 -- Assess the educational needs of the communities we serve, and enhance awareness of the colleges and community involvement through outreach and advocacy among community constituencies and leaders.

  35. Community/Staff Input 2010-2011 Goals • Online survey implemented early January 2011 • Members of community include District Citizens’ Advisory Committee, District Bond Oversight Committee, Chambers of Commerce, trade unions, community organizations, college and district foundations, elected officials, city and school districts, RSCCD employees, and student leaders were invited to participate • 283 respondents

  36. Community/Staff Input 2010-2011 Goals • Goal #1 (promote innovative & student-centered learning environment) and Goal #2 (provide access for completion programs…) received highest level of satisfaction • Goal #3 (update of master plans, maximize facilities use, and incorporate green efforts), Goal #4 (promote flexible cost-effective educational programs and services) and Goal #6 (maintain positive and productive work environment received least satisfaction • Goal #7 (expand partnerships in the community with business, labor, K-14 and Goal #8 (enhance awareness of the colleges through outreach and advocacy) earned the highest mid-scale ratings (20%).

  37. Community/Staff Input 2010-2011 Goals ranking of importance of goals Goal #1 (promoting learning community environment…) Goal #2 (provide access & retention for completion programs…) Goal #4 (promote flexible, cost-effective educational programs…) Goal #6 (maintain positive, productive working environment…) Goal #5 (pursue alternative funding…) Goal #3 (update/implement facilities master plans…) Goal #8 (assess educational needs of communities…) Goal #7 (expand partnerships with business, community groups…)

  38. Community/Staff Input of 2010-2011 Goals Most frequently expressed comments Reinstate COLA, step and longevity increases for staff Build damaged morale of staff (due to reductions in force, etc.) Remove politics from the classroom and move to a more student-centered climate Increase emphasis on vocational classes Actively pursue green technology

  39. Recommendations of 2011-2012 Goals BOT vision/goals serve as guiding principles for district/colleges staff Staff recommends that BOT maintains current goals for 2011-2012