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The SEED Institutional Supports Evaluation: Addressing Gaps in Campus-Based Supports for Historically Underserved Students from a P-16 Perspective
The SEED Institutional Supports Evaluation: Addressing Gaps in Campus-Based Supports for Historically Underserved Students from a P-16 Perspective
The SEED Institutional Supports Evaluation: Addressing Gaps in Campus-Based Supports for Historically Underserved Students from a P-16 Perspective
The SEED Institutional Supports Evaluation: Addressing Gaps in Campus-Based Supports for Historically Underserved Students from a P-16 Perspective
The SEED Institutional Supports Evaluation: Addressing Gaps in Campus-Based Supports for Historically Underserved Students from a P-16 Perspective
The SEED Institutional Supports Evaluation: Addressing Gaps in Campus-Based Supports for Historically Underserved Students from a P-16 Perspective
The SEED Institutional Supports Evaluation: Addressing Gaps in Campus-Based Supports for Historically Underserved Students from a P-16 Perspective
The SEED Institutional Supports Evaluation: Addressing Gaps in Campus-Based Supports for Historically Underserved Students from a P-16 Perspective
The SEED Institutional Supports Evaluation: Addressing Gaps in Campus-Based Supports for Historically Underserved Students from a P-16 Perspective
The SEED Institutional Supports Evaluation: Addressing Gaps in Campus-Based Supports for Historically Underserved Students from a P-16 Perspective
The SEED Institutional Supports Evaluation: Addressing Gaps in Campus-Based Supports for Historically Underserved Students from a P-16 Perspective
The SEED Institutional Supports Evaluation: Addressing Gaps in Campus-Based Supports for Historically Underserved Students from a P-16 Perspective
The SEED Institutional Supports Evaluation: Addressing Gaps in Campus-Based Supports for Historically Underserved Students from a P-16 Perspective
The SEED Institutional Supports Evaluation: Addressing Gaps in Campus-Based Supports for Historically Underserved Students from a P-16 Perspective
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The SEED Institutional Supports Evaluation: Addressing Gaps in Campus-Based Supports for Historically Underserved Students from a P-16 Perspective

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Presented by The SEED Foundation at the 2014 NPEA conference in Minneapolis, MN on April 24-25, 2014.

Presented by The SEED Foundation at the 2014 NPEA conference in Minneapolis, MN on April 24-25, 2014.

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  • 1. 6th    Annual  NPEA  Conference    |    Minneapolis,  MN   The  SEED  Ins=tu=onal  Supports  Evalua=on   Addressing  Gaps  in  Campus-­‐Based  Supports     for  Historically  Underserved  Students     from  a  P-­‐16  Perspec?ve   Tiffany  Blacknall,  MA   Melissa  Freedman,  MAT   April  25th,  2014  
  • 2. THE  SEED  INSTITUTIONAL     SUPPORTS  EVALUATION  (ISE)   AGENDA:     1.  SEED  Overview   2.  The  Na=onal  Challenge   3.  SEED  CTS  –  The  Bridge   4.  Crea=ng  the  SEED  ISE   5.  The  SEED  ISE  Format   6.  Pilo=ng  the  SEED  ISE   7.  Q  &  A     AYANA   SEED  DC,  Class  of  2008   Brown  University,  Class  of  2012  
  • 3. SEED  OVERVIEW   •  The  SEED  Founda?on   •  College-­‐prep,  public  boarding  schools   o  5  days  a  week   o  Grades  6  –  12   o  Washington,  D.C.,  Bal=more,  MD,     &  Miami,  FL   •  Designed  to  serve  underrepresented  students   •  Holis?c  services  to  achieve  success  from  middle   school  through  college   3   Academic Curriculum Residential   Programs College   Counseling   Services College    Transition   &  Success   Services Mental   Health   Services Social  and   Enrichment   Programs Physical Health   Services Academic Curriculum Programs Residential &  Success  Services College  Transition t College  Counseling Services
  • 4. NATIONAL  CHALLENGE   Only  half  of  all  low-­‐income  high  school   graduates  immediately  enroll  in  college.   Even  those  who  make  it  to  their  first  day  of  college   are  unlikely  to  see  gradua?on  day.  Only  one  in  ten   low-­‐income,  first-­‐genera=on  students  who  enroll  in   college  earn  a  bachelor’s  degree.      
  • 5. SEED  COLLEGE  TRANSITION  &  SUCCESS  (CTS)  PROGRAM     MIDDLE     SCHOOL   HIGH     SCHOOL   COLLEGE   PROFESSIONAL  DEVELOPMENT   COLLEGE  OUTREACH  VISITS  &   SUPPORT   ADVISING   FINANCIAL  ADVICE   COLLEGE  MATCHING   PRE-­‐COLLEGE  PROGRAMMING  
  • 6. SEED  CTS  –  THE  BRIDGE   ü  Advising  students  and  families  on  how  to  navigate  barriers  to   college  comple?on   ü  Building  rela?onships  among  key  influencers  in  our  graduates’   college  success   ü  Crea?ng  a  pipeline  of  support  from  high  school  through  college   ü  Conduc?ng  hundreds  of  college  outreach  visits   ü  Collec?ng  longitudinal  student  prepara?on  &  performance  data   Over  the  last  10  years,  CTS  has  built  bridges  between  SEED   graduates’  secondary  and  postsecondary  careers  by:  
  • 7. SEED  CTS  –  FINDINGS   University   Gradua=on   Rate   Financial   Assistance/     Affordability   Campus-­‐Based   Support   Systems   College  performance  data  for  the  first  two  categories  are  readily   available.  The  quality  and  quan=ty  of  on-­‐campus  support  systems,   however,  have  remained  elusive  criteria  to  measure.   College  supports  directly  affect  graduates’  college  comple=on,   especially  for  the  neediest  students.  
  • 8. SEED  INSTITUTIONAL  SUPPORTS  EVALUATION  (ISE)   The  Ins?tu?onal  Supports  Evalua?on  (ISE)  is  an   assessment  of  an  ins?tu?on’s  current  campus  based   supports  from  a  P-­‐16  perspec?ve  with  special  regard   to  serving  historically  underserved  students.   The  ISE  looks  at  the  following   supports…   •  Academic  Support   •  Disability  Support   •  Social  Engagement  /                                 Emo?onal  Support   •  Financial  Aid     …and  asks  these  key  ques=ons:   Are  the  supports…   q  Available?   q  Communicated?   q  Accessible?   q  Structured?  
  • 9. SEED  ISE  –  OVERVIEW     Secondary   Stakeholders   Postsecondary   Stakeholders   Community   Stakeholders   ü HS  College  Counselors   ü HS  Guidance  Counselors   ü Students  &  Families   ü Higher  Ed  Officials   ü Campus-­‐Based   Prac??oners   ü Higher  Ed  Associa?ons   ü Students  &  Families   ü Community-­‐  Based  Orgs   ü Policy  Officials   ü Researchers     ü Students  &  Families   The  Ins?tu?onal  Supports  Evalua?on  (ISE)  helps  all   stakeholders  in  student  success  to  evaluate   postsecondary  college  supports.  It  also  suggests   improvements  to  support  strategies  for  under-­‐ represented  students  on  campus.  
  • 10. SEED  ISE  –  OVERVIEW    
  • 11. SEED  ISE  –  OVERVIEW    
  • 12. SEED  ISE  –  PILOT     PILOT  PARTICIPANTS   WHAT  WE  LEARNED   CURRENT  STATUS     SEED  CTS  Advisors*     Friendship   Collegiate  Academy   PCS     The  University  of   Wisconsin-­‐  Stevens   Point     American  University   Trinity  Washington   University     Virginia  Tech   •  Pilot  colleges  were   recep?ve  to  the  process   •  Stakeholders  are  excited   about  the  data’s  impact   •  We  need  to  develop  our   metrics   •  We  need  a  new,  user-­‐ friendly  technological   plaborm   •  Using  the  tool  requires   prep   •  We  are  missing  students’   voices     •  We  are  developing  a   student  version  of  the   ISE   •  We  are  con?nuing  to   test  the  tool  and  to   expand  our   partnerships   •  We  seek  addi?onal   partners  build  out  a   user-­‐friendly   technological   plaborm  and  develop   the  tool’s  metrics  
  • 13. Q  &  A   HOW  CAN  YOU  SEE  YOURSELF     USING  THE  SEED  ISE?    
  • 14. PARTNER  WITH  US  TODAY.     Help  us  build  bridges  to  college   success  for  the  students  that     need  them  most.     Tiffany  Blacknall   College  Success  Specialist   tblacknall@seedfounda=on.com     Melissa  Freedman   College  Success  Manager   melissa@seedfounda=on.com       DURRELL   SEED  DC,  Class  of  2006   James  Madison  University,  Class  of  2012   Current  sixth  grade  math     teacher  at  SEED  DC  

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