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Phase Two: Outcomes and Equity. P athways. T o. R esults .

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“A valuable aspect of the process was collecting and reviewing the data to truly understand who the students are that enroll in our programs and perhaps more importantly, who they are not.” -PTR Team Member, Kaskaskia College Partnership

purpose and goals
Purpose and Goals
  • To identify, collect, and interpret

outcomes by student group.

2. To use PTR equity concepts when

analyzing student data

3. To identify equity gaps.

why equity
Why Equity?
  • Demographics are changing
  • Educational pipeline is leaking
  • Disparities in outcomes exist and are growing among student groups
  • Equity gaps must be addressed to improve the P-20 educational system
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Three Steps of Phase Two

Step 1: Outcomes and Equity Selection

Step 2: Data Collection and Sharing

Step 3: Data Analysis and Interpretation

equity gaps
Equity Gaps

Close gaps by…

  • Race/ethnicity
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Socioeconomic Status (SES)
  • English Literacy
  • Special populations (Perkins)
  • Other defining characteristics
step 1
Step 1

Outcomes equity selection

  • Student characteristics
  • Select student outcomes

from Outcomes Menu

  • Determine definitions
  • Determine how to

obtainthe data

step 2
Step 2

Data collection and sharing by the PTR team:

  • Outcomes and Equity Templates
  • Review the templates
  • Completes Data Review Worksheet
step 3
Step 3

Data analysis and interpretation by the team:

  • Discuss Data Review Worksheet
  • Develop problem(s) description
  • Develop short- and long-term goals to complete the Charter
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“The most ‘significant’ part of the PTR process for me was the meeting where we reviewed the data. I had assumed we were doing a good job with retention...

However, the data indicated that our retention, particularly of minorities and female students, was not that great.”

- PTR Team Member, Kishwaukee College Partnership

phase two webpage
Phase Two Webpage

This link takes you to tools and support materials that your team needs to complete Phase Two.

http://occrl.illinois.edu/projects/pathways/phases/two

references and resources
References and Resources

Achieving The Dream. (2011). Retrieved from http://www.achievingthedream.org/

Bauman, G.L., Bustillos, L.T., & Bensimon, E.M. (2005). Achieving equitable educational

outcomes with all students: The institution’s roles and responsibilities. Association

of American Colleges and Universities. Retrieved from

http://www.aacu.org/inclusive_excellence/documents/bauman_et_al.pdf

Dowd, A.C. (2005) Data don’t drive: Building a practioners-driven culture of inquiry to assess

community college performance. Retrieved from

http://www.achievingthedream.org/images/_index03/datadontdrive2005.pdf

Hurtado, S. (2007). Linking diversity with the educational and civic missions of higher

education. Review of Higher Education, 30(2), 185-196.

occrl
OCCRL
  • OCCRL – e-mail: occrl@illinois.edu
    • PH: 217-244-9390
    • Website: occrl.illinois.edu
    • PTR website: occrl.illinois.edu/projects/PTR