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Talent Dividend Degree Award Report                                        Chattanooga- TN-GA Metropolitan Area (CBSA)    ...
Roadmap 1.          The Talent Dividend 2.          Year One Progress 3.          Demographic Reports 4.          Question...
The Talent DividendApril 2013
Talent DividendApril 2013
Returns to education have           always been substantialAnnual Earnings (Inflation-adjusted)                           ...
But have increased              sharply over the past 25Annual Earnings (Inflation-adjusted)                       years  ...
The college premium remains highApril 2013
The hypothesis • Better educated metropolitan areas have   higher incomes • Better skilled workers are more innovative   a...
The evidenceEducation Explains Most Differences in Metro IncomeAnnual Per Capita Income, 2005                             ...
Updated to 2011April 2013
Estimating the gain • Each 1% improvement in college   attainment is associated with a $763 $856   increase in per capita ...
Make progress at every stageApril 2013
-2  Employment chan                           Those with an Associates degree or some college                             ...
Year One ProgressApril 2013
The Talent Dividend Prize • Prize: $1 million to the winning metro • 57 Competing Metropolitan Areas • The Talent Dividend...
Calculation details • Data Sources:         – Degrees Awarded: IPEDS         – Population: Census Bureau, ACS • Weighting ...
Scoring degrees IPEDS Degree Classifications              Points Associates degree                          1 Bachelors de...
Base year • 2009-10 Academic Year is the base year   for the Talent Dividend Competition • Participating Cities were provi...
Year one reports • Compare 2009-10 (base year) with 2010-   11 (year one). • Two reports         – Detail: Results by inst...
Talent Dividend First Year Report                 Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington- PA-NJ-DE-MD Metropolitan Area (CBSA)    ...
Summary report     Talent Dividend First Year Report     Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington- PA-NJ-DE-MD Metropolitan Area (CB...
Data is preliminary and subject to verification and revision.                                                             ...
All-State Career School-Lester                         -             -            -              -American College        ...
Year one progress Population-adjusted college completion change, 2009-10 to 2010-11: • 47 Metros recorded increases • 3 Me...
Validating Results • Year one results are preliminary • Participating cities should validate their   IPEDS-based data with...
http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/datacenter/April 2013
IPEDS Key Dates Talent      Academic   Reporting      “Early     Public Dividend    Year       Deadline       Release”   A...
DemographicsApril 2013
Benchmark reports         • Enrollment report         • Attainment report         • Demographic reportApril 2013
Demographic report         Data Source:         2008-2010 Three Year         American Community         Survey estimatesAp...
Demographic report detailApril 2013
National dataApril 2013
Confidence intervalsApril 2013
Smaller groups not reportedApril 2013
Big metros: More precise                    estimatesApril 2013
All reports on the web             www.ceosforcities.org/city-dividends/talent/city-data/April 2013
Questions?April 2013
April 2013
More Detail on IPEDSApril 2013
http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/datacenter/April 2013
Completions: Collected in FallApril 2013
Data typesApril 2013
IPEDS Access “Early release files . . . should not be used for national, state or other aggregate estimates”April 2013
Reporting Institutions • Branch institution: A campus or site of an   educational institution that is not   temporary, is ...
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  • Carnevale, et al, The College Advantage, 2012 (http://cew.georgetown.edu/collegeadvantage/)
  • * Recession – The period from December 2007 to January 2010.** Recovery – The period from January 2010 to February 2012.*** Net Change – The period from December 2007 to February 2012.
  • http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/resource/survey_components.asp
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    1. 1. Talent Dividend Degree Award Report Chattanooga- TN-GA Metropolitan Area (CBSA) Post-Secondary Degrees Awarded, 2009 Data by Institution from IPEDS. CBSA Chattanooga- TN-GA Talent Dividend Degree Award Report First Bachelors Masters Professional Institution Associates Degrees Degrees Degrees PhD Degrees DegreesChattanooga- TN-GA Metropolitan Area (CBSA) Tracking Progress Toward Chattanooga College Medical Dental and Technical Careers 7 - - - - Chattanooga State Community College 61 7 - - - -Post-Secondary Degrees Awarded, 2009 Covenant College - 298 21 - -Data by Institution from IPEDS. ITT Technical Institute-Chattanooga - - - - - Miller-Motte Technical College-Chattanooga 18 1 - - - -CBSA Chattanooga- TN-GA Northwestern Technical College - - - - - The Talent Dividend Richmont Graduate University - - 69 - - Southern Adventist University 1 44 359 79 - - Temple Baptist Seminary - - - First - - Tennessee Temple University Bachelors Masters 67 5 45 Professional 2 -Institution The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Degrees Degrees Degrees 1 Associates - ,256 377 PhD Degrees Degrees 50 -Chattanooga College Medical DentalUniversity of Phoenix-Chattanooga Campus and Technical Careers 7 - - - 1 -2 1 - - - Virginia College-School of Business and Health 27 - - - -Chattanooga State Community College Total MSA 617 - 91 - 8 1 ,981 603- 52 - -Covenant College - 298 21 - -ITT Technical Institute-Chattanooga - - - - -Miller-Motte Technical College-Chattanooga 18 1 - - - -Northwestern Technical College - - - - -Richmont Graduate University - - 69 - -Southern Adventist University 1 44 359 79 - -Temple Baptist SeminaryTennessee Temple UniversityThe University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Joe Cortright - - 5 1 - ,256 67 - 45 377 - 2 50 - - -University of Phoenix-Chattanooga Campus - 1 12 - -Virginia College-School of Business and Health 27 - - - -MSA Total April 2013 91 8 1 ,981 603 52 - Talent Dividend Prize and associated programs are generously supported by:
    2. 2. Roadmap 1. The Talent Dividend 2. Year One Progress 3. Demographic Reports 4. QuestionsApril 2013
    3. 3. The Talent DividendApril 2013
    4. 4. Talent DividendApril 2013
    5. 5. Returns to education have always been substantialAnnual Earnings (Inflation-adjusted) 1975 $80,000 $70,000 $60,000 $50,000 $40,000 $30,000 $20,000 $10,000 $0 Less than High Some 4 Year Advanced High School College, AA Degree Degree School Graduate Degree April 2013
    6. 6. But have increased sharply over the past 25Annual Earnings (Inflation-adjusted) years Now $80,000 $70,000 $60,000 $50,000 $40,000 $30,000 $20,000 $10,000 $0 Less than High Some 4 Year Advanced High School College, AA Degree Degree School Graduate Degree April 2013
    7. 7. The college premium remains highApril 2013
    8. 8. The hypothesis • Better educated metropolitan areas have higher incomes • Better skilled workers are more innovative and productiveApril 2013
    9. 9. The evidenceEducation Explains Most Differences in Metro IncomeAnnual Per Capita Income, 2005 NY $50,000 $48,000 SEA $46,000 HAR DEN MIN PHI $44,000 HOU BAL SAN y = 763.27x + 16466 CHI R2 = 0.5846 $42,000 MIA NO DAL LA MIL $40,000 PIT LV DET RIC CHA NASIND STL BIR PRI SAC KC JAC CLE $38,000 CIN POR RAL LOU ROC COL ATL AUS MEMTPA OKC $36,000 VB SLC PHO BUF $34,000 SAT ORL $32,000 $30,000 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 April 2013 Percent of Population with a 4-Year College Degree, 2006 Sources: BEA (Income), Census (Education)
    10. 10. Updated to 2011April 2013
    11. 11. Estimating the gain • Each 1% improvement in college attainment is associated with a $763 $856 increase in per capita income for the entire metropolitan area • These education gains are the product of a shift in the entire skill distribution, not just moving 1% past the 4 year markApril 2013
    12. 12. Make progress at every stageApril 2013
    13. 13. -2 Employment chan Those with an Associates degree or some college People with high school diplomas education lost 1.75 million jobs in recession. -3 or less lost Only those with BAs have seen -4 230,000 jobs by February 2012 in recovery. -5 net job gains since 2007 -6 Those with a high school diploma or less lost 5.6 million jobs altogether in recession. High school diploma or less Some college or Associates degree -7 Recession Recovery Bachelors degree or better Source: Authors estimate of the Current Population S ’ urvey data (2007–2012.) Employment includes all workers aged 18 and older. Note: e monthly employment numbers are seasonally adjusted using the U.S Census Bureau X-12 procedure and smoothed using four-month moving averages. . e graph represents the total employment losses by education since the beginning of the recession in December 2007 to January 2010 and employment gains in recovery from January 2010 to February 2012. TA LE1: Jo gainsbyindividualsw B B b ith achelo degreeso better m upfo over athirdo lo rs r ade r f ssesbytho w highscho l diplo as. se ith o m Educatio A nal ttainment Jo C e b hang Percent Jo C e(% b hang ) Recession* R very** eco Net C e*** hang Recession* R very** eco Net C e*** hang H school or le igh ss -5,611,000 -230,000 -5,841,000 -10% 0% -10% S ecolle / Associate de e om ge s gre -1,752,000 1,592,000 -160,000 -4% 4% 0% B lorsde eor be r ache gre tte 187,000 2,012,000 2,199,000 0% 4% 5% All -7,176,000 3,374,000 -3,802,000 -5% 2% -3% Source: Authors estimate using Current Population S ’ urvey data (2007–2012). Employment includes all workers aged 18 and older. * Recession – e period from December 2007 to J anuary 2010. ** Recovery – e period from January 2010 to February 2012. *** Net Change – e period from December 2007 to February 2012.April 2013 THEC LLE EA A G : W A E IN TH E O O ICS R O G DV NTA E E TH R G E C N M TO M 5
    14. 14. Year One ProgressApril 2013
    15. 15. The Talent Dividend Prize • Prize: $1 million to the winning metro • 57 Competing Metropolitan Areas • The Talent Dividend Prize will be awarded to the city that exhibits the greatest increase in the number of post secondary degrees granted per one thousand population over a four-year periodApril 2013
    16. 16. Calculation details • Data Sources: – Degrees Awarded: IPEDS – Population: Census Bureau, ACS • Weighting – 2-year degrees: 1 point – 4-year and higher degrees, 2 points • Base Year: 2009-10 • Final Year: 2012-13 • Rules: http://ceosforcities.org/talent/rules.htmlApril 2013
    17. 17. Scoring degrees IPEDS Degree Classifications Points Associates degree 1 Bachelors degree 2 Masters degree 2 Doctors degree - research/scholarship 2 Doctors degree - professional practice 2 Doctors degree – other 2April 2013
    18. 18. Base year • 2009-10 Academic Year is the base year for the Talent Dividend Competition • Participating Cities were provided with “Provisional Baseline Reports” in xxx and given the opportunity to review and correct them • The baseline is now establishedApril 2013
    19. 19. Year one reports • Compare 2009-10 (base year) with 2010- 11 (year one). • Two reports – Detail: Results by institution – Summary: Metro area totals and score • Data from IPEDS, and are preliminaryApril 2013
    20. 20. Talent Dividend First Year Report Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington- PA-NJ-DE-MD Metropolitan Area (CBSA) Post-Secondary Degrees Awarded, 2010-2011 Metropolitan area totals from IPEDS 2010 2011 Change Pct. Change Degrees Awarded AA Degrees Awarded 12,488 13,021 533 4.3% BA and higher Degrees Awarded 59,562 61,751 2,189 3.7% Summary Point Calculation AA (1 point) BA and higher (2 points) Total Points 12,488 119,124 131,612 13,021 123,502 136,523 4,911 3.7% report Population Points per 100,000 population 5,965,343 2,206 5,992,414 2,278 27,071 72 0.5% 3.3% Data is preliminary and subject to verification and revision. IPEDS data current as of March 19, 2013. Talent Dividend Prize and associated programs are generously supported by:April 2013
    21. 21. Summary report Talent Dividend First Year Report Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington- PA-NJ-DE-MD Metropolitan Area (CBSA) Post-Secondary Degrees Awarded, 2010-2011 Metropolitan area totals from IPEDS 2010 2011 Change Pct. Change Degrees Awarded AA Degrees Awarded 12,488 13,021 533 4.3% BA and higher Degrees Awarded 59,562 61,751 2,189 3.7% Point Calculation AA (1 point) 12,488 13,021 BA and higher (2 points) 119,124 123,502 Total Points 131,612 136,523 4,911 3.7% Population 5,965,343 5,992,414 27,071 0.5% Points per 100,000 population 2,206 2,278 72 3.3%April 2013 is preliminary and subject to verification and revision. Data IPEDS data current as of March 19, 2013.
    22. 22. Data is preliminary and subject to verification and revision. IPEDS data current as of March 19, 2013. Talent Dividend First Year Report Institution Detail Report Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington- PA-NJ-DE-MD Metropolitan Area 2009-10 Academic Year 2010-11 Academic Year Detail Institution AA BA and Higher AA BA and Higher Abington Memorial Hospital Dixon School of Nursing - - - - Academy of Massage and Bodywork - - - - Academy of Vocal Arts - - - - All-State Career School-Allied Health Campus - - - - All-State Career School-Lester - - - - report American College Anthem Institute-Cherry Hill Anthem Institute-Springfield Antonelli Institute Antonelli Medical and Professional Institute Arcadia University - - - - - 85 - - - - 74 1,034 - - - - - 97 - - - - 68 1,029 Aria Health School of Nursing - - - - Automotive Training Center - - - - Aviation Institute of Maintenance-Philadelphia - - - - Bethel Seminary of the East - 12 - 19 Biblical Theological Seminary - 57 - 62 Bryn Athyn College of the New Church 24 25 18 38 Bryn Mawr College - 448 - 432 Bucks County School of Beauty Culture Inc 16 - 5 - Bucks County Community College 807 - 806 - Burlington County College 1,201 - 1,262 - Cabrini College - 1,116 - 1,061 Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary - 11 - 26 Camden County College 1,528 - 1,727 - Cecil College 190 - 235 - Center for Arts and Technology-Brandywine Campus - - - - Chestnut Hill College 1 518 1 574 Cheyney University of Pennsylvania - 196 - 180 CHI Institute-Philadelphia 116 - 105 - Community College of Philadelphia 1,677 - 1,667 - Cooper Health System Center for Allied Health Education - - - - Cortiva Institute-Pennsylvania School of Muscle Therapy - - - - Curtis Institute of Music - 31 - 27 Dawn Career Institute Inc - - - - Delaware College of Art and Design 60 - 76 - Delaware County Community College 998 - 1,228 - Delaware County Technical School-Practical Nursing Program - - - - Delaware Technical and Community College-Stanton-Wilmington 522 - 573 - Delaware Valley College 3 461 2 459 DeVry University-Pennsylvania 31 282 44 222 DeVry Universitys Keller Graduate School of Management-Pennsylvania - - - 135 Talent Dividend Prize and associated programs are generously supported by:April 2013
    23. 23. All-State Career School-Lester - - - -American College - 74 - 68Talent Dividend First Year ReportAnthem Institute-Cherry Hill - - - -Antonelli Institute Detail reportAnthem Institute-Springfield - 85 - - - 97 - -Antonelli Medical and Professional InstituteInstitution Detail Report - - - -Arcadia University - 1,034 - 1,029Aria Health School of Nursing - - - -Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington- PA-NJ-DE-MD Metropolitan AreaAutomotive Training Center - - - -Aviation Institute of Maintenance-Philadelphia - - - -Bethel Seminary of the East - 12 - 19 2009-10 Academic Year 2010-11 Academic YearBiblical Theological Seminary - 57 - 62Institution AA BA and Higher AA BA and HigherBryn Athyn College of the New Church 24 25 18 38Bryn Mawr College - 448 - 432Abington Memorial Hospital Dixon School of Nursing - - - -Bucks County School of Beauty Culture Inc 16 - 5 -Academy of Massage and Bodywork - - - -Bucks County Community College 807 - 806 -Academy of Vocal Arts - - - -Burlington County College 1,201 - 1,262 -All-State Career School-Allied Health Campus - - - -Cabrini College - 1,116 - 1,061All-State Career School-Lester - - - -Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary - 11 - 26American College - 74 - 68Camden County College 1,528 - 1,727 -Anthem Institute-Cherry Hill - - - -Cecil College 190 - 235 -Anthem Institute-Springfield - - - -Center for Arts and Technology-Brandywine Campus - - - -Antonelli Institute 85 - 97 -Chestnut Hill College 1 518 1 574Antonelli Medical and Professional Institute - - - -Cheyney University of Pennsylvania April 2013 - 196 - 180Arcadia University - 1,034 - 1,029
    24. 24. Year one progress Population-adjusted college completion change, 2009-10 to 2010-11: • 47 Metros recorded increases • 3 Metros recorded declines • 7 Metros were unchanged (increase or decrease of less than 0.5%)April 2013
    25. 25. Validating Results • Year one results are preliminary • Participating cities should validate their IPEDS-based data with local institutions • Though rare, reporting errors do occur – Wrong data – Mis-classification – Administrative ChangesApril 2013
    26. 26. http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/datacenter/April 2013
    27. 27. IPEDS Key Dates Talent Academic Reporting “Early Public Dividend Year Deadline Release” Availability Year Date Base 2009-10 October 2010 May 2011 October 2011 1 Year 2010-11 October 2011 May 2012 October 2012 2 Years 2011-12 October 2012 May 2013 October 2013 3 Years 2012-13 October 2013 May 2014 October 2014 4 Years 2013-14 October 2014 May 2015 October 2015April 2013
    28. 28. DemographicsApril 2013
    29. 29. Benchmark reports • Enrollment report • Attainment report • Demographic reportApril 2013
    30. 30. Demographic report Data Source: 2008-2010 Three Year American Community Survey estimatesApril 2013
    31. 31. Demographic report detailApril 2013
    32. 32. National dataApril 2013
    33. 33. Confidence intervalsApril 2013
    34. 34. Smaller groups not reportedApril 2013
    35. 35. Big metros: More precise estimatesApril 2013
    36. 36. All reports on the web www.ceosforcities.org/city-dividends/talent/city-data/April 2013
    37. 37. Questions?April 2013
    38. 38. April 2013
    39. 39. More Detail on IPEDSApril 2013
    40. 40. http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/datacenter/April 2013
    41. 41. Completions: Collected in FallApril 2013
    42. 42. Data typesApril 2013
    43. 43. IPEDS Access “Early release files . . . should not be used for national, state or other aggregate estimates”April 2013
    44. 44. Reporting Institutions • Branch institution: A campus or site of an educational institution that is not temporary, is located in a community beyond a reasonable commuting distance from its parent institution, and offers full programs of study, not just courses. http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/glossary/April 2013
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