The workforce tipping point

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  • 1. THE WORKFORCE TIPPING POINT:NC COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM’S RESPONSE TOCOMPLETION RATES AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Dr. R. Scott Ralls, President NC Community College System
  • 2. 10/17/2012 4
  • 3. Initial Project: June 1, 2006 – April 30, 2009• 200 Jobs• Average Annual Salary: $55,000• Capital Investment : $350 million•Total Trainees: 204Expansion Project: May 15, 2009 – March 31, 2011• 143 Jobs• Average Annual Salary: $60,000• Capital Investment: $400 million• Total Trainees: 152**Due to the excellent results of the training project, Merck has asked if NC CommunityCollege System (BioNetwork and Durham Tech) could serve as their primary training provider NCCCS 07/15/10
  • 4. Economic Impact of Associates Degree Completers By reducing the number of non-completers in North Carolina (2008-2009 cohort) by half… Annual Potential Salary Gains = $74,672,000 Annual Added Federal Tax = $11,200,000 Annual Added State Tax = $5,227,000 National Totals (2008-2009 cohort) – reducing the non- completers by half… Annual Potential Salary Gains = $1,414,273,000 Annual Added Federal Taxes = $209,750,000 Annual Added State Taxes = $59,237,000 Source: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, April 2012
  • 5. Student Success Framework SuccessNCImproving Access Enhancing Quality Increasing Success Connection Entry Progress Completion Basic Skills Plus Minority Male Mentoring P-20 Student Longitudinal Data Developmental (Accelerating Opportunity) Education Initiative System Career and College Code Green Super CIP (Curriculum Improvement Promise Project) Financial Aid Data Initiative Common Core Alignment SimplificationCareer & Technical Education Integrated Teaching & High School to College Learning Gateway Articulation Completion by Design/ First Year Experience Comprehensive Articulation Agreement Math Pathways CIP Revision & (Curriculum Improvement Reverse Transfer Credit Project) Performance Measures/Funding Identify & Mitigate Barriers to Student Success Completion by Design
  • 6. Connection Community College: Life Science Pre-Calculus Algebra Chemistry I & II Biology I & II Social Sciences Community College: Humanities Engineering TechnologyEnglish Courses Trigonometry &Courses Calculus Chemistry I Pre-Calculus Algebra Social Sciences Humanities English Courses Courses
  • 7. Entry Old Developmental Math Model – Sequential, semester long courses Lowest Level Dev. Intermediate Dev. Highest Level Dev.Old Assessments Math Course Math Course Math course Dev. Curriculum Math Module Math
  • 8. Entry Old Developmental Math Model – Sequential, semester long courses Lowest Level Dev. Intermediate Dev. Highest Level Dev.Old Assessments Math Course Math Course Math courseNew Developmental Math Model – Modular, Condensed coursesNew More Accurate Assessments Dev. Dev. Dev. Dev. Math Math Math Math Curriculum Module Module Module Module Math
  • 9. ProgressApplied Curriculum ModelApplied Academic Skills Technical Core
  • 10. Completion
  • 11. Completion by Design