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RP Regional Research Groups – Spring Convening. Andrew LaManque , Foothill-De Anza CCD Alice VanOmmeren, CCC Chancellor's Office Ryan Fuller, CCC Chancellor's Office Daylene Meuschke, College of the Canyons Barbara McNeice-Stallard , Mt. San Antonio College Terrence Willett, RP Group.

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rp regional research groups spring convening

RP Regional Research Groups – Spring Convening

Andrew LaManque, Foothill-De Anza CCD

Alice VanOmmeren, CCC Chancellor's Office

Ryan Fuller, CCC Chancellor's Office

Daylene Meuschke, College of the Canyons

Barbara McNeice-Stallard, Mt. San Antonio College

Terrence Willett, RP Group

a brief overview

- RP Report on Prerequisite Validation

- Student Success Scorecard

- Wage Tracker

- Professional Development Opportunities

- IRB Issues

- RP Group Update

A Brief Overview

Measuring Our Success, RP Conference, April 2013

developments
Developments
  • In 2012, the Scorecard Advisory Group and TRIS developed metrics and reporting format
  • In January 2013, researchers had 45-days to review report format and Scorecard metrics
  • April 9, the public release of the Scorecard
  • Last week, the Scorecard on the DataMart
  • System of the State this summer and the advisory group reconvenes in the fall
college responsibilities
College Responsibilities
  • ARCC- Alias List for Updates and Revisions
    • Two changes already, ESL and Math Remedial Rate
  • Board of Trustee Interactions (due March 2014)
  • Use the 45-day review period in January for questions and data resubmission (data on demand)
  • Check other Scorecard resources on webpage
    • New peer groups and % of missing SSN report
  • Use scorecard@cccco.edu or arcc@cccco.edu for questions and feedback
most faqs issues of concern
Most FAQs/Issues of Concern
  • Why do Prepared students have lower rates than Unprepared (persistence)?
  • What are the N’s behind the metrics?
    • To disclose, or not? When is the cell size too small?
  • Revise Data on Demand files to include flags
  • Why are some of my remedial courses not qualifying for the cohort?
    • TOP code and CB04
remedial esl rate cohort
Remedial ESL Rate (cohort)

Cohort is first attempt of an ESL course in any levels below transfer:

  • CB03 COURSE-TOP-CODE = 4930.84, 4930.85, 4930.86, 4930.87
  • SB01 STUDENT IDENTIFIER STATUS = S (only students with SSN)
  • CB21 COURSE-PRIOR-TO-COLLEGE-LEVEL = A, B, C, D, E, or F
  • CB04 COURSE-CREDIT-STATUS = C
remedial math rate cohort
Remedial Math Rate (cohort)

Cohort is first attempt of a Math course in two to four levels below transfer:

  • CB03 COURSE-TOP-CODE = 1701*
  • SB01 STUDENT IDENTIFIER STATUS = S (only students with SSN)
  • CB21 COURSE-PRIOR-TO-COLLEGE-LEVEL = B, C, or D
  • CB04 COURSE-CREDIT-STATUS = C (not D)
we are working on
We are working on…
  • Revisions for next years’ Scorecard
    • Advisory Group in the fall, student-counselor ratio
  • Guidelines for Measuring the Achievement Gap using the Scorecard metrics
  • ISP and OOS Report (modifying methodology)
  • Exploring uses of the Scorecard metrics for other reporting requirements
  • WageTracker or WageMart (release May 29th)
methodology
Methodology
  • Two different methodologies
    • Systemwide wages for award completers
    • By campus wages for award completers
  • Award completer data joined with EDDUI wage data.
  • Both wage methodologies break out by award discipline (6 digit TOP code) and award type.
systemwide award completer wages
Systemwide Award Completer Wages
  • Award completers in a given academic year, exclude:
    • Enrolled anywhere in higher education after award
    • 21 and under at time of award
  • Join with EDDUI (Unemployment Insurance) wage file
  • Sum all quarters of wages to student annual wage
  • All wages inflation adjusted using California CPI-U
  • Calculate median wages by discipline and award type
  • Median calculated for students with wages 2 years before award, 2 years after and 5 years after award
by college award completer wages
By College, Award Completer Wages
    • Same methodology as statewide wages, except:
    • Series of 8 years of award completers (to increase the number of students in the cohorts)
    • Median calculated for students in cohort with wages 3 years after award
  • Calculate median wages by “college,” discipline and award type
systemwide vs b y college methodology
Systemwide vs. By College Methodology

Systemwide

05-06

Awards

Wages

04-05

07-08

10-11

03-04

05-06

08-09

06-07

09-10

By College

05-06

02-03

04-05

06-07

00-01

01-02

03-04

07-08

Awards

Wages

07-08

10-11

04-05

06-07

08-09

03-04

05-06

09-10

data caveats
Data Caveats
  • EDDUI Data contains wages of occupations covered by CA Unemployment Insurance
  • Excludes military, federal government, self-employed, out of state and unemployed
  • No way of determining part time or full time wages. Hours worked not in the EDDUI data.
  • Only students with SSNs
  • Wages are adjusted for inflation to current dollars using the California CPI-U
analysis caveats
Analysis Caveats
  • Data reflects only the wage outcomes of award earners who remained in California
  • Region/locale significantly impacts wages (i.e. cost of living), caution in comparing earnings across the state.
  • Wages are not necessarily from employment associated with a particular award discipline, no information on job
  • Short term wage outcomes should not be a sole measure of institutional effectiveness or program quality
  • Other factors besides earnings motivate students to earn an award in a specific discipline
accessing the new tools
Accessing the new tools
  • Query modules using both the Systemwide and ‘By College’ methods will be available in datamart (System Wage Tracker & College Wage Tracker)
  • Release on May 29th
  • Median wages by program code will be available for colleges in Data on Demand.
proposed rp professional development plan 2013 14

Proposed RP Professional Development Plan 2013-14

Daylene Meuschke, College of the Canyons

Barbara McNeice-Stallard, Mt. San Antonio College

a brief overview1

The following slides present the proposed professional development plan for the RP Group in 2013-14.

  • The first slide presents the an overview of the plan.
  • Slides 3-5 provide detail for each segment of the plan.
  • Slides 6-8 identify possible webinar topics for each of the three big training areas.
A Brief Overview

Measuring Our Success, RP Conference, April 2013

rp group prerequisite guide overview

RP Group Prerequisite Guide Overview

Andrew LaManque, Ph.D.

President, RP Group

Regional Research Meetings

RP Regional Meeting, May 3, 2013

thanks
Thanks!

This project was made possible through the efforts of many dedicated people within the California Community College system! Special thanks goes to:

  • Anne Danenberg, Sacramento City College
  • LanHao, Citrus College
  • Andrew LaManque, Foothill De Anza Community College District
  • Katherine McLain, Cosumnes River College
  • DayleneMeuschke, College of the Canyons
  • Ken Meehan, formerly Fullerton College
  • Steven Spurling, San Francisco City College
  • Keith Wurtz, Crafton Hills
  • LijuanZhai, Fresno City College
using research questions to frame the discussion
Using Research Questions to Frame the Discussion

Pre-implementation

  • Are students highly unlikely to succeed in the target course without the knowledge, skills, and abilities learned in the prerequisite course?
  • Do student success rates in the target course vary for those students with or without the pre-requisite?
  • Is the projected impact on course availability, enrollment and success different depending on student demographics?

Post-implementation

  • Did the student success rates of a target course increase after the implementation of a pre-requisite?
  • Is the actual impact on course enrollment and success different depending on student demographics?
next steps
Next Steps
  • Will be seeking input in the coming weeks:
    • Institutional Researchers
    • Faculty
    • Chancellor’s Office
    • Instructional and Student Service Officers
  • Will be reviewing the Disproportionate Impact section
questions
Questions?

Please submit any additional questions to your webinar moderator and they will get back to you with answers.

Find out more:

Andrew LaManque, Foothill-De Anza CCD

lamanqueandrew@fhda.edu

rp group update

RP Group Update

Terrence Willett, The RP Group

For the latest on our projects visit:

http://www.rpgroup.org/projects/current