Assembly Higher Education Committee - Transfer and Higher Education Oversight

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Assembly Higher Education Committee's hearing on streamlining transfer in public higher education.

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  • Acquire community college enrollment data by zip code for 2010-11. (Cerritos problem, adjust). Headcount and FTE.(Yes, Burbank is a “census place” near San Jose in addition to being a city in southern California)Match to census data on population, ethnicity, unemployment, poverty, and postsecondary degree attainment– by ZCTA.Added college locations. Centers??Below 300  = very low (about the bottom 10% of the 18+ population)300-400 = low (about the next 25%400-500 = average (about the middle 33%; the average is 450 and median is 438)500-600 = high (68th to 89th percentile) -- 600 and above = very high (top 11%)
  • The second most educated region in the state behind the Bay Area, Orange County has the highest community college participation in the state.Per-capita participation is 29% higher than the state average.Many areas where most adults already have degrees also have high participation.Example: Fullerton College: the 92832Attainment (%) 29Attainment Rank 869Black or Latino (%) 55Poverty (%) 16Unemployed (%) 10Attainment Index: 585
  • Lower two attainmentgroups (under 30)Most of the region’s equity areas (where few people already have degrees) have high participation.Index:585 -- Fullerton620 -- Anaheim823– Santa Ana453 for focus areas overall in the stateExample: Fullerton College: the 92832Attainment (%) 29Attainment Rank 869Black or Latino (%) 55Poverty (%) 16Unemployed (%) 10Attainment Index: 585
  • Assembly Higher Education Committee - Transfer and Higher Education Oversight

    1. 1. STREAMLINING TRANSFER IN PUBLIC HIGHER EDUCATION Oversight Hearing: Assembly Higher Education Committee Lande Ajose, Ph.D Tuesday, November 12, 2013
    2. 2. WHY TRANSFER MATTERS California has a pipeline issue 2.3 million degrees by 2025  Transition from high school to college  Achievement gap  Community college outcomes 2
    3. 3. A MORE EDUCATED WORKFORCE BOOSTS THE LOCAL ECONOMY  Increased income for workers with a postsecondary credential – $15,000 to $22,000  The “Talent Dividend” for the Region = $75,000 per credential.  Reaching California Competes’ degree goal might reduce Orange County's unemployment rate by as much as a full percentage point. 3
    4. 4. To better understand the pipeline of students we’re examining how community college enrollment varies across the state: FTE per 10,000 adults in the zip code area: 600 and above Lowest Average 500-600 400-500 300-400 Highest Below 300 4
    5. 5. Orange County showing all zips 5
    6. 6. Orange County Focus Areas only 6
    7. 7. OVERALL COORDINATION & LEADERSHIP  Legislation  SB 195 (Liu)  AB 1348 (Perez)  Core principles in higher education leadership     Develop a public agenda for higher education Priorities: access to and outcomes of quality programs Maintain autonomy and promote coordination Independent agency that does:  Planning and policy development  Data collection, analysis and monitoring  Administration of state financial aid programs 7
    8. 8. CCCparticipation@californiacompetes.org @CalCompetes 8

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