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Show Me the Data - presented by Crystal Kollross at the SASI Planning Retreat at Kellogg-West Retreat Center on November 6th, 2010.

Show Me the Data - presented by Crystal Kollross at the SASI Planning Retreat at Kellogg-West Retreat Center on November 6th, 2010.

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    Show Me the Data - presented by Crystal Kollross Show Me the Data - presented by Crystal Kollross Presentation Transcript

    • Show Me The Data Crystal Kollross
    • 1st Time Students Compared to All Students p 30000 26863 25162 24822 25132 25901 26587 25000 Fall 2004 20000 Fall 2005 15000 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 10000 Fall 2008 Fall 2008 5537 4928 5962 5172 5526 5053 Fall 2009 5000 0First time students means students who are attending college for the first time anywhere
    • Where are they after 6 years? 5537Number of first time students who N b f fi t ti t d t h enrolled at PCC in Fall 2004
    • About the 5537• Ethnicity – 37% Latino 37% Latino – 28% Asian, includes Native Hawaiian and pacific islander – 17% White – 7% African American – 11% Other; includes Native American, 2 or more races, or unknown• 62% tested into developmental education – either English, Math or ESL p g , – Includes Math 125 which at this time was not a developmental education  course but is now – 72% tested into English 400 or 100 72% tested into English 400 or 100 – 68% into Math 125 or 402 – 19% into any ESL, including 33A, 33B
    • About the 5537• Of the 37% Latino Students ‐ 68% tested into Developmental Education – 59% tested Math – 58% into English – 2% into ESL• Of the 28% Asian students  ‐ 64% tested into Developmental Education p – 23% Math – 38% into English  – 28% into ESL 28% into ESL• Of the 7% African Americans  ‐ 66% tested into Developmental Education – 58% Math – 56% English 56% English – 1% ESL Many tested into more than one Developmental Education course
    • About the 5537• Of the 17% White Students  ‐ 42% tested into Developmental Education – 35% Math – 29% English – 2% ESL• Of the other 11% Other Students ‐ Of the other 11% Other Students 60% tested into Basic Skills tested into Basic Skills – 38% into Math – 36% into English – 14% into ESL 14% into ESLStudents who identified themselves as white had the lowest percentageof those who tested into Developmental Education
    • About the 5537 - 6 years later y Developmental Education  Non Developmental Education N = 3408 N = 2129• 12% earned an AA/AS • 10% earned an AA/AS• 5% earned a certificate • 4% earned a certificate• 25% transferred • 41% transferred• 69% no discoverable  69% di bl • 55% no discoverable   55% di bl milestone milestone
    • Latinos/Latinas – 6 years later Developmental Education Developmental Education Non Developmental Education Non Developmental Education• 8% earned an AA/AS • 7% earned an AA/AS• 5% earned a certificate 5% earned a certificate • 4% earned a certificate 4% earned a certificate• 16% transferred • 26% transferred• 71% no discoverable  • 63% no discoverable  milestone milestone
    • Asians – 6 years later Developmental Education Developmental Education Non Developmental Education Non Developmental Education• 16% earned an AA/AS • 13% earned as AA/AS• 5% earned a certificate 5% earned a certificate • 3% earned a certificate 3% earned a certificate• 31% transferred • 47% transferred• 48% no discoverable  • 37% no discoverable  milestone milestone
    • White – 6 years later Developmental Education Developmental Education Non Developmental Education Non Developmental Education• 9% earned an AA/AS • 8% earned an AA/AS• 4% earned a certificate 4% earned a certificate • 3% earned a certificate 3% earned a certificate• 27% transferred • 41% transferred• 60% no discoverable  • 48% no discoverable  milestone milestone
    • African Americans – 6 years later Developmental Education Developmental Education Non Developmental Education Non Developmental Education• 5% earned an AA/AS • 5% earned an AA/AS• 4% earned a certificate 4% earned a certificate • 6% earned a certificate 6% earned a certificate• 19% transferred • 28% transferred• 72% no discoverable  • 61% no discoverable  milestone milestone
    • Other – 6 years later Developmental Education Developmental Education Non Developmental Education Non Developmental Education• 13% earned an AA/AS • 8% earned an AA/AS• 6% earned a  certificate 6% earned a certificate • 4% earned a certificate 4% earned a certificate• 22% transferred • 39% transferred• 59% no discoverable  • 49% no discoverable  milestone milestone
    • What do we know 6 years later?