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Contra Costa Community College District. Board Review Achievement Gap Report & College Scorecards. November 13, 2013. District Strategic Plan. Goal #1: Student Learning & Success.

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Contra Costa Community

College District

Board Review

Achievement Gap Report

&

College Scorecards

November 13, 2013

slide2

District Strategic Plan

Goal #1: Student Learning & Success

Significantly improve the success of our diverse student body in pursuit of their educational and career goals with special emphasis on closing the student achievement gap.

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District Strategic Plan

Goal #1 Objectives

1.1 Increase the percentage of students who transfer to a variety of four-year institutions while narrowing the transfer gap across subgroups.

1.2 Increase the percentage of students who receive relevant and timely training for the workplace while narrowing the achievement gap across subgroups.

1.3 Increase the number of degrees by 50% and the number of certificates by 100% by 2015.

1.4 Increase the percentage of Limited English Proficient students who become proficient in the English language.

1.5 Increase the percentage of students who are proficient in Basic Skills while narrowing the proficiency gap across subgroups.

slide4

Achievement Gap Report

Note that the Achievement Gap Report wasn’t designed explicitly to track each of our strategic goals. It does however provide a window through which we can gauge our progress in closing the achievement gap.

slide5

Achievement Gap Table

Let’s walk through a quick illustration of what these symbols represent ….

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100%

Success by Cohort

(Base year & Current year)

95%

90%

Parity

+7%

85%

+7%

Overall Average

77%

80%

+7%

75%

+7%

Overall Average

70%

Overall Improvement

70%

+7%

65%

Gap Exists

+7%

60%

55%

An illustration

(not actual data)

50%

Base Year

Current Year

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100%

Success by Cohort

95%

90%

85%

Average

70%

-9%

80%

-4%

75%

-3%

No Overall Improvement

Average

70%

70%

0%

65%

+5%

Gap Exists – Some Improvement

+7%

60%

55%

An illustration

(not actual data)

50%

Base Year

Current Year

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100%

Success by Cohort

95%

90%

Average

82%

+6%

85%

+5%

80%

+7%

Overall Improvement

+21%

75%

Average

70%

+16%

70%

Gap Exists – Some Improvement

+24%

65%

Improvement -Closed Gap

60%

55%

An illustration

(not actual data)

50%

Base Year

Current Year

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Goal #1 Objectives

1.1 Increase the percentage of students who transfer to a variety of four-year institutions while narrowing the transfer gap across subgroups.

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Goal #1 Objectives

1.2 Increase the percentage of students who receive relevant and timely training for the workplace while narrowing the achievement gap across subgroups.

CTE Completion overall percentages

2008/09 = 55%

(page 4)

2011/12 = 53%

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Goal #1 Objectives

1.3 Increase the number of degrees by 50% and the number of certificates by 100% by 2015.

Let’s look at our progress to date …

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Goal #1 Objectives

1.3 Increase the number of degrees by 50% (from 1,496 to 2,244) and the number of certificates by 100% (from 992 to 1,984) by 2015.

Degrees

Certificates

At the half way point, how close are we to hitting our goal?

81%

86%

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Goal #1 Objectives

1.4 Increase the percentage of Limited English Proficient students who become proficient in the English language.

ESL Progress overall percentages

2008/09 = 13%

(page 5)

2011/12 = 20%

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Goal #1 Objectives

1.5 Increase the percentage of students who are proficient in Basic Skills while narrowing the proficiency gap across subgroups.

Math

English

Basic Skills Progress overall percentages

2008/09 = 14%

2008/09 = 29%

(pages 4 &5)

2011/12 = 24%

2011/12 = 31%

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College Scorecards

State Chancellor’s Office Student Success Scorecards

Education Code, Section 84754.5(d)

Each community college district board of trustees shall review the Scorecard annually. The District will have one year from the release of the Scorecard report to submit the board minutes to the Chancellor’s Office as part of a regularly scheduled and noticed public meeting.

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Transitional Year

This year the data in our Achievement Gap report and the State’s Scorecard do not match perfectly.

Next year our Achievement Gap report will be using data from the Scorecard

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College Scorecards

  • Four broad domains
  • One outcome measure
  • Three intermediate progress indicators
  • Two cohort tracks
  • Prepared
  • Unprepared
  • Three cohort groups
  • Gender
  • Age Group
  • Ethnicity
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When reviewing Scorecard data

1. Read the definitions carefully

2. Know your denominator

3. Know the base year for the cohort

4. Don’t compare colleges; look at trends for a single college over time

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State Average

Contra Costa Community College District

Persistence

58.9%

65.8%

30 Units

67.4%

66.4%

54.7%

Completion

49.2%

Basic Skills Remediation

31.0%

38.1%

English

Math

23.7%

25.9%

19.5%

ESL

23.6%

53.3%

CTE Completion

55.0%

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Five Year Trend in Overall Completion Rates

CCCCD District Colleges

State Community College Average

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Contra Costa Community

College District

THANK YOU