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  • LATTC Strategic Plans2010-2011
    Presentation to the Board of Trustees, LACCD
    Institutional Effectiveness Committee
    May 25, 2011
  • College -District Goal Alignment
  • Access & Growth
  • Access & Growth
    Trade Bridge Academy—TBA
    9 hour Introduction to College Success Orientation Program: Over 5,000 participants since May 2010
    20% increase in persistence rate
    New Programs
    Professional Baking Accreditation
    Reorganizing Welcome Week under the Tents
  • Student Success – ARCC Data
  • Student Success
    Fashion Student James Daniels III captures the Textile Association of Los Angeles award and then beats out private school students in winning the design contest for Fashion’s Night Out.
    Cosmetology student Jacob Nieto wins the first ever men’s hair category in the Junior Style Stars national competition, and takes home $25,000.
    Every single 2010 freshmen nursing class student passes their state boards.
    LATTC graduates the first all-female utility lineman class in the country.
    The FAA ranks Trade Tech computer technology students #2 in the nation among its incoming trainees.
  • Student Success - First Year Pathway Plan
    • Persistence of New Students: one-stop matriculation, TBA orientation & education plan
    • Progress through Developmental Sequences: accelerated & contextualized English, Math, & ESL
    • Earning of 15 units towards completion of educational goals, wrap-around academic & student support services
  • Student Success – Continuous Improvement
    Student Learning Outcomes & Assessment Planning Progress
    Instructional Areas - Course Level
  • Student Success – Continuous Improvement
    Service Area Outcomes & Assessment Planning Progress
    Student & Administrative Services
  • Formal Review, Evaluation, and Dialogue for SLOs and Continuous Improvement
    • LATTC successfully completed assessments of over 415 courses in fall 2010
    • 963 courses not scheduled to be taught this academic year have been archived
    • 145 courses have been updated through the ECD system to include SLOs
    • PLOs identified and linked to college’s core competencies
    • Pilot validation for assessments completed
    • Department Dialogues about assessment results underway
    • 100% of non-instructional areas have submitted assessment plans for SLOs/SAOs
  • What’s Next for SLOs/SAOs/PLOs:
    Spring 2011
    343 courses scheduled for assessment in
    Departments naming “Course Captains”
    Departments defining the criteria and tools for spring course assessments
    Every department offering a degree or certificate completing at least one PLO assessment
    Service areas will complete at least one SAO assessment
    Fall 2011
    Completion of remaining PLO & GE Assessments
  • Program Review & Validation
    • 100% completion (148 completed)
    • 204 goals, with 360 objectives and 643 activities submitted
    • 440 activity and resource request forms submitted
    • 225 members participated in the program review process
    • 115 members participated in the validation process
    2 Cycles of Prioritization Completed!
  • Integrated Planning and Resource Allocation
  • Accountability
    • Implement system of accountability for meeting college policies
    • Stem the high turnover rate of administrators
    • Evaluate administrative reorganization
    • Data on website
    • SLO and Student Success Data
    • Program Review & Validations
    • Fact Book & Core Indicators
  • Accountability
    Maintain fiscal stability by developing resources, controlling costs, and increasing efficiency
  • Accountability—Budget 2010-11
    Ending Balance expected with growth
    Approximately $1 million
    Ending balance needed to fund instruction for 2011-12
  • Community & Business Development
    Total 2010-2011 Grant Funding = $9,607,660
    Mayor Villaraigosa Launches Auto Internship at Trade Tech
    Kresge Foundation Awards Trade-Tech $750,000 Grant for the Initiative for Intercollegiate Innovation
    Trade-Tech Awarded $100,000 for “Green” Scholarships from Southern California Edison
    Southern California Edison Partners with WED Division to Hold Testing and Information Session for LATTC Lineman Program Graduates
    Los Angeles Green Retrofitting Training Program Launched at LATTC
    Foundation Raised over $520,000 at the “Inaugural” Fundraiser with 420 guests
    Trade-Tech Alumni Association Established
    First Ever LATTC Alumni Event “Come Home Aluminaries” with more than 250 participants
  • Planning Calendarfor College Effectiveness
  • Planning Processesfor College Effectiveness
    SMP & EMP Integration
    New Strategic Master Plan - process began Spring 2011
    New Educational Master Plan - process to begin Fall 2011
    Other Approved Plans
    Technology Master Plan 2010-2014
    Enrollment Management Plan 2011 – 2012
    Student Equity Plan 2010- 2014
    Matriculation Plan 2010- 2014
    Assessment Management Plan 2010- 2013
    Handbooks (updated annually)
    LATTC Participatory Governance Handbook
    College Planning Handbook
  • Challenges & Opportunities
    Maintaining high quality student services in support of academic achievement with reduced resources
    Provide adequate support and maintenance for campus expansions
    Expand the orientation program to include comprehensive assessment, technology training, and other student success components
    Accelerate student progress through developmental English & Math Sequences
    Provide and schedule courses to meet student demand
    Increase student completion of degrees & certificates
    Lack of information tools for data-based decision making pertaining to student success