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Complete College America. January 10, 2013. The United States has declined in Degree Completion From 1 st to 16 th in the World. EDUCATION AND TRAINING PAY. 140. 80. 0. 20. 40. 160. 100. 60. 120. 0. 5%. 10%. 15%. PROFESSIONAL DEGREE. $146,659. 2.4. UNEMPLOYMENT RATE IN 2010.

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Complete College America

January 10, 2013

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EDUCATION AND TRAINING PAY

140

80

0

20

40

160

100

60

120

0

5%

10%

15%

PROFESSIONAL DEGREE

$146,659

2.4

UNEMPLOYMENT RATE IN 2010

DOCTORATE

DEGREE

1.9

$116,305

MASTER’S

DEGREE

4.0

$87,913

BACHELOR’S

DEGREE

5.4

$68,812

ASSOCIATE

DEGREE

ANNUAL SALARIES IN 2009

7.0

$49,835

SOME COLLEGE

NO DEGREE

$47,484

9.2

HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE

$39,937

10.3

LESS THAN HIGH SCHOOL

$30,958

14.9

Source: Bureau of the Census; Bureau of Labor Statistics

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Median Net Worth for Households

By Education Attainment

Source: US Bureau of the Census

$300,000

$245,763

$200,000

$142,518

$100,000

$80,000

$60,000

$58,861

$43,580

$42,223

$40,000

$20,000

$7,270

$0

Graduate/Prof Degree

Some College

No Degree

Associate’s Degree

High School Only

Bachelor’s Degree

No High School Diploma

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Workers with a high school diploma bore the brunt of the recession’s job losses.

Job gains in the recovery are almost exclusively confined to those with education beyond high school.

Source: Georgetown University Center for Education

and the Workforce

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COMPLETE COLLEGEAMERICA

Increase in Annual Degree’s Earned Goal

20,400 students

or 67% Increase

50,900

30,500

2011

2023

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Complete College America

A Plan for Increasing Postsecondary Credentialsto Fuel a Strong Economy

focus on readiness
Focus on readiness
  • Higher education and K-12 will work together to:
  • Develop and implement a strategy that seeks to identify students not on target to be college-ready by graduation;
  • Target activities in the 11th and 12th grades to reduce remediation demands in the transition from high school to college.
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Focus on readiness
  • Identify Feeder High Schools and Communicate with Administration/Faculty About Standards
  • Gear-UP
  • EPAS
  • ACE/Common Core Curriculum
  • Summer Math and Science Academies
  • Develop Transition or Bridge Math Courses
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Focus on readiness

Developmental Education and

High School Core Curriculum

focus on readiness3
Focus on readiness

First-Time Freshmen Enrolled in Developmental

Courses by Subject Area

transform remediation
Transform remediation
  • Testing and Assessment Reform- Regents Assessment study.
  • Better linkages at the campus level between assessment and placement for the correct course.
  • Make sure that study materials, adequate time and a good testing environment are available for placement testing.
  • Link to funding formula – 24 credit hours in first academic year with no remediation, grad rates, degrees and certificates.
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Transform remediation
  • Accelerate remediation and time to degree
  • Shorten courses and get to credit bearing courses sooner (OCCC model)
  • Co-requisite model
  • Better diagnostics and targeting of problems
  • Math labs
  • New math sequences (applied statistics-Statway model)
  • New funding formula emphasis- 24 hours in first academic year with no remediation
  • Stretch financial aid
build bridges to certificates and degrees
Build bridges to certificates and degrees
  • Meet CCA Degree and Certificate targets to meet Oklahoma workforce needs.
  • Develop and implement a “Program Equivalent Project” that bridges Career Tech credit hour completion to certificate and AAS degree completion in the community colleges.
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Build bridges to certificates and degrees
  • -Degree and Certificate Bridges
  • -Cooperative Alliances with Career Tech
  • - Certificates count as completion
  • -Associate degrees count as completion
  • -Embed certificates in degrees and as
  • bridges to degrees
  • - Guided Student Pathways to Success
  • (GPS) and Learning Resource
  • Management Systems (LRM)
  • - Link to the funding formula – CCA goals,
  • degrees and certificates, graduation rates
reach higher
Reach Higher
  • Further expand and develop Reach Higher as a degree and certificate completion effort that involves the entire system of postsecondary education.
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Reach Higher
  • Other Adult Degree Completion Options
  • Course availability to working adults
  • On-line options
  • Link to the funding formula – CCA goal, degrees and certificates