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  • 1. Taking D t t th N t LT ki Data to the Next Level l Developing Data to Assess Student Progression Maury Pearl, LACCD Institutional Effectiveness September 23, 2011
  • 2. High Interest in Student Progression High Interest in Student Progression• Understanding the Complete Picture  – Short‐term measures Short term measures – Longer term perspective• Research Findings –LLow rates of student progression t f t d t i – Achievement  gaps• Desire for Improvement  p o Describe student progression o Identify problems or issue along path o Research possible explanations Research possible explanations o Design and implement interventions o Assess and evaluate
  • 3. Student Progress Research Questions Student Progress Research Questions• What has been the progress of first time first-time program pursuing students (students who attempted 12 units or more in the first year) who were assessed and placed in Basic Skills Math?• Does progress vary by ethnicity?
  • 4. Basic Skills Math Improvement Over Three Years* Progress of first-time program pursuing students (attempted 12 units or more in the first year) who were assessed and placed in Basic Skills Math. Fall 05: assessed=9,201, placed in BS=6,549 Fall 06: assessed=9,482, placed in BS=6,563 Fall 07: assessed=10 040 placed in BS=6 915 assessed=10,040, BS=6,915 * Over the three cohorts, 70% of those assessed in Math have been placed in the basic skills levels.100% Of Those Placed in Basic Skills Math75% 69% 70% 69%50% 42% 42% 41% 33% 35% 36%25% 18% 20% 20% 8% 10% 9% 0% Enrolled in Completed 1st Passed Passed Passed College Recommended Course in 1st Elementary Intermediate Algebra/ Course in 1st Year Algebra Algebra or Transfer Level Year Geometry Math Fall 05 Cohort Fall 06 Cohort Fall 07 Cohort
  • 5. Progress Of Fall 2007 Cohort Students Placed in Basic Skills Math 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Enrolled in Completed First Passed Passed Passed College Recommended Course in the Elementary Intermediate Algebra / Course in the First Year Algebra Algebra Transfer Level First Year Math Asian Black Hispanic White Amer I d/ A Ind/ Other Non- All Asian Black Hispanic White White StudentsEnrolled in Recommended 67.6% 62.4% 73.7% 62.3% 57.4% 69.8%Course in the First YearCompleted First Course in 50.6% 50 6% 26.4% 26 4% 43.5% 43 5% 44.9% 44 9% 40.6% 40 6% 41.6% 41 6%the First YearPassed Elementary Algebra 47.2% 18.5% 36.8% 46.8% 43.9% 36.2%Passed Intermediate Algebra 30.6% 7.3% 19.7% 26.3% 19.4% 19.5%Passed College Algebra / 17.7% 3.1% 9.1% 12.0% 8.4% 9.2%Transfer Level Math Supplemental Slides 1
  • 6. Student Outcomes Database Student Outcomes Database• Student unit record (SUR)• Currently based Fall 2007 cohort• Includes student characteristics (age, gender,  ( g ,g , ethnicity, student status) • Contains outcomes (units attempted units Contains outcomes (units attempted, units  completed, attempted BS English, attempted  BS Math, …, completed degree or certificate) BS Math, , completed degree or certificate)• Database
  • 7. Outcomes Database Variable Name Variable DescriptionID Student IDCAMPUS CampusSEM Term of entrySEX Student genderAGE Student age group (at the time of entry) 1.00 Under 20 2.00 20 - 24 3.00 25 - 34 4.00 35 - 54 5.00 55 and over 9.00 UnknownETHNIC Student ethnicity 1.00 .00 Asian s a 2.00 Black 3.00 Hispanic 4.00 White 5.00 Amer Ind/Other Non-White 6.00 Unknown/Decline to StateNEW Entering status 2.0 1st Time Student 2.4 Former Concurrent Student This College 2.6 Former Concurrent Student Another CollegeUNATTMPT Units attempted in Fall 07UNCOMPLT Units completed in Fall 07POINT1 Student attempted units in Fall 07 (1=yes)POINT2 Student completed units in Fall 07 (1=yes)ATT20081 Units attempted in Spring 2008POINT3 Student attempted units in Spring 08 (1=yes)ATT20083 Units attempted in Fall 08POINT4 Student attempted units in Fall 08 (1=yes)COMPENGL Student completed any basic skills English/ESL (1=yes)COMPMATH Student completed any basic skills math (1=yes)COMPE101 Student completed English 101 (1=yes)COMPM125 Student completed Math 125 (1=yes)COMPBOTH Student completed English 101 and Math 125 (1=yes)TOTCOMPL Total units completedCOMP60UN Student completed 60 units or more (1=yes)TRANMATH Student completed transfer-level math (1=yes)DEGRCERT Student completed degree or certificate (1=yes) Supplemental Slides 2
  • 8. Research Using Outcomes Database Research Using Outcomes DatabaseAnalysis of Academic Pipeline and Exit Points • City y • Mission
  • 9. NextSupplemental Slides 3
  • 10. Tables
  • 11. Degree‐Seeking Academic Pipeline @ Los Angeles Mission College Fall 2007 Cohort – Academic Years of Study: 07‐08, 08‐09, 09‐10, 10‐11Exhibit 1 Taking Placement Test ResultsCohort Fall 2007 = 1278 Level of Readiness Total % Not taking placement testNot taking placement test 327 26%31 Earned Award 26%31 Earned AwardTake placement test 951 74% College ready (M125 & E101 or  E28) 53 5.6% Need English only (M125) 29 3.0% Need Math only (E101 or E28) 222 23.3% Need both 647 68.0% 951 100.0%Exhibit 2 ‐ Momentum Point 1 Attempted and Completed units in Fall 2007Level of Readiness Original cohort Attempted % Completed %College ready (M125 & E101 or E28) 53 53 100% 48 91%Need english only (M125) 29 29 100% 27 93%Need math only (E101 and/or E28) 222 222 100% 195 88%Need both 647 647 100% 474 73% 744Exhibit 3 ‐ Momentum point 2 Attempted and Success Developmental Courses No.  AttempteLevel of Readiness Original Cohort d % Attempted No. Success % SuccessNeed English only (M125)N d E li h l (M125) 29 23 79% 19 83%Need Math only (E101 and/or E28) 222 182 82% 130 71%Need both 647 571 88% 356 62% Dev Math courses 478 74% 265 55% Dev ESL courses 459 71% 291 63% 776 505Exhibit 4 ‐ Momentum Point 3 Completed both E101 and M125 Completed 60 units or more %  % Completed  Completed 60 Units or Level of Readiness Original cohort both both more %College ready (M125 & E101 or E28) 53 37 70% 26 49%Need english only (M125) 29 14 48% 17 59%Need math only (E101 and/or E28) 222 57 26% 58 26%Need bothNeed both 647 77 12% 128 20% 185 229Exhibit 5 ‐ Momentum point 4 Earned an Award or Still Enrolled in Fall 2011 Still  % Still Level of Readiness Original cohort Enrolled Enrolled Awards % AwardsCollege ready (M125 & E101 or E28) 53 12 23% 19 36%Need english only (M125) g y( ) 29 6 21% 10 34%Need math only (E101 and/or E28) 222 42 19% 33 15%Need both 647 130 20% 54 8% 190 116 Supplemental Slides 4
  • 12. Students Entering and Leaving the Pipeline From Fall 2007 to Spring 2011 Fall 2007 Cohort (FTIC) 1000 900 207 800 700 600 239 Unsuccess/Incompleted 500 951 Success/Completed 400 744 276 320 300 505 200 113 100 229 185 116 0 Take placement  Completed any  Successful  Completed 60  Completed E101  Earned awards test in Fall 07 units in Fall 07 completed dev.  units or more and M125 courses
  • 13. Directions for Outcomes DatabaseDirections for Outcomes Database• Online access and analytical tools Online access and analytical tools• Additional data elements• Other Ideas?

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