The Talent Dividend Year Two Reports

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Joe Cortright presented the year two Talent Dividend progress reports covering the 57 cities participating in the the Talent Dividend Prize competition. The webinar described the data and methods used to count the number of degrees awarded in each metropolitan area, and the process for reviewing and approving this data. The webinar described the range of results for participating Talent Dividend cities. The year two process and methods will serve as the basis for the final determination of the Talent Dividend Prize winner in the fall of 2014.

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  • Mean annual earnings for workers with earnings, 25 and older, converted to chained $2012 using the Implicit Price Deflator for Personal Consumption Expenditures
  • Mean annual earnings for workers with earnings, 25 and older, converted to chained $2012 using the Implicit Price Deflator for Personal Consumption Expenditures
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  • The Talent Dividend Year Two Reports

    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 Degrees Chattanooga College Medical Dental and Technical Careers 7 Chattanooga State Community College 61 7 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 First Temple Baptist Seminary Bachelors Masters 67 Professional Tennessee Temple University 5 45 2 The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Degrees Degrees Degrees 1 ,256 377 50 Institution Associates PhD Degrees Degrees 1 1 Chattanooga College Medical DentalUniversity of Phoenix-Chattanooga Campus and Technical Careers 7 -2 Virginia College-School of Business and Health 27 Chattanooga State Community College Total 61 7 MSA 91 8 1 ,981 603 52 - Chattanooga- TN-GA Metropolitan Area (CBSA) Post-Secondary Degrees Awarded, 2009 Data by Institution from IPEDS. CBSA Chattanooga- TN-GA The Talent Dividend Year Two Reports Covenant College ITT Technical Institute-Chattanooga Miller-Motte Technical College-Chattanooga Northwestern Technical College Richmont Graduate University Southern Adventist University Temple Baptist Seminary Tennessee Temple University The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga University of Phoenix-Chattanooga Campus Virginia College-School of Business and Health MSA Total 18 1 1 44 5 27 91 8 298 359 67 1 ,256 1 1 ,981 21 69 79 - Joe Cortright December 2013 Talent Dividend Prize and associated programs are generously supported by: - 45 377 1 2 603 2 50 - 52 -
    2. 2. Roadmap 1. The Talent Dividend 2. Year Two Reports 3. Questions December 2013
    3. 3. The Talent Dividend December 2013
    4. 4. Talent Dividend December 2013
    5. 5. Education drives individual success Earnings Strongly Correlated with Education Annual Earnings (Chained 2012 $) 100,000 1975 90,000 80,000 70,000 60,000 50,000 40,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 0 Not a High School High School Graduate Some Bachelor's Degree Advanced Degree Graduate College/Associate's Degree Educational Attainment of Population, All Persons Aged 25 and older Source: Current Population Survey,
    6. 6. This relationship has grown stronger Earnings Strongly Correlated with Education Annual Earnings (Chained 2012$) 100,000 2011 90,000 80,000 70,000 60,000 50,000 40,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 0 Not a High School High School Graduate Some Bachelor's Degree Advanced Degree Graduate College/Associate's Degree Educational Attainment of Population, All Persons Aged 25 and older Source: Current Population Survey,
    7. 7. College wage premium growing Source: Johnathan James, FRB, Cleveland 2012
    8. 8. Enrico Moretti • “Human capital is the best predictor of high salaries for both individuals and communities • . . . The presence of college-educated residents - - - results in high wages not just for the skilled workers but also for workers with limited skills • (page 90)
    9. 9. Education lowers unemployment • Glaeser • Education has “a social multiplier” • Unemployment rates are lower for everyone in metro’s with high levels of education
    10. 10. The hypothesis • Better educated metropolitan areas have higher incomes • Better skilled workers are more innovative and productive December 2013
    11. 11. The evidence Education Explains Most Differences in Metro Income Annual Per Capita Income, 2005 NY $50,000 $48,000 $46,000 HAR $44,000 PHI HOU SEA DEN MIN BAL SAN y = 763.27x + 16466 R2 = 0.5846 CHI $42,000 NO $40,000 LV $38,000 $36,000 $34,000 MIA DAL LA MIL PIT RIC CHA DET NASIND STL JAC CLE BIR PRI SAC KC POR CIN ROC COL ATL LOU OKC MEMTPA SLC VB PHO BUF ORL SAT RAL AUS $32,000 $30,000 15 December 2013 20 25 30 35 Percent of Population with a 4-Year College Degree, 2006 Sources: BEA (Income), Census (Education) 40 45
    12. 12. Updated to 2011 December 2013
    13. 13. 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 mark December 2013
    14. 14. Make progress at every stage December 2013
    15. 15. Year Two Reports December 2013
    16. 16. 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 period December 2013
    17. 17. 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 • Year Two: 2011-12 • Rules: http://ceosforcities.org/talent/rules.html December 2013
    18. 18. Scoring degrees IPEDS Degree Classifications Associate's degree Bachelor's degree Master's degree Doctor's degree - research/scholarship Doctor's degree - professional practice Doctor's degree – other December 2013 Points 1 2 2 2 2 2
    19. 19. Base year • 2009-10 academic year is the base year for the Talent Dividend competition • Participating cities have been provided with provisional year two reports and are now being given the opportunity to review and correct them December 2013
    20. 20. Year two reports • Compare 2009-10 (base year) with 201112 (year two). • Two reports – Detail: Results by institution – Summary: Metro area totals and score • Data from IPEDS, and are preliminary December 2013
    21. 21. Summary report December 2013
    22. 22. Data is preliminary and subject to verification and revision. IPEDS data current as of October, 2013. Talent Dividend Second Year Report (Provisional) Detail report December 2013 Institution Detail Report Buffalo-Niagara Falls- NY Metropolitan Area Institution Bryant and Stratton College-Amherst Bryant and Stratton College-Buffalo Bryant and Stratton College-Southtowns Canisius College Cheryl Fells School of Business Christ the King Seminary Continental School of Beauty Culture-Buffalo Continental School of Beauty Culture-West Seneca D'Youville College Daemen College Erie 1 BOCES Erie 2 Chautauqua Cattaraugus BOCES-Practical Nursing Program Erie Community College Hilbert College ITT Technical Institute-Getzville Leon Studio One School of Hair Design MarJon School of Beauty Culture Ltd Medaille College National Tractor Trailer School Inc-Buffalo New York Institute of Massage Inc Niagara County Community College Niagara University Orleans Niagara BOCES-Practical Nursing Program SUNY College at Buffalo The Salon Professional Academy-Tonawanda Trocaire College University at Buffalo Villa Maria College Grand Total 2009-10 Academic Year AA BA and Higher 116 135 266 8 1,842 32 141 67 970 4 202 1 69 3,853 30 8 35 1,346 10 756 732 194 1,116 1,367 2,641 7,073 11 15,319 2011-12 Academic Year AA BA and Higher 124 147 176 11 2,059 22 203 92 1,008 5 294 44 4,185 24 16 15 1,502 11 803 784 186 918 1,319 2,687 7 7,653 34 15,959
    23. 23. Data is preliminary and subject to verification and revision. IPEDS data current as of October, 2013. Detail report(Provisional) Talent Dividend Second Year Report Institution Detail Report Buffalo-Niagara Falls- NY Metropolitan Area Institution Bryant and Stratton College-Amherst Bryant and Stratton College-Buffalo Bryant and Stratton College-Southtowns Canisius College Cheryl Fells School of Business Christ the King Seminary Continental School of Beauty Culture-Buffalo Continental School of Beauty Culture-West Seneca D'Youville College Daemen College Erie 1 BOCES Erie 2 Chautauqua Cattaraugus BOCES-Practical Nursing Program Erie Community College Hilbert College ITT Technical Institute-Getzville Leon Studio One School of Hair Design MarJon School of Beauty Culture Ltd Medaille College National Tractor Trailer School Inc-Buffalo New York Institute of Massage Inc December 2013 Niagara County Community College Niagara University 2009-10 Academic Year AA BA and Higher 116 135 266 8 1,842 32 141 67 970 4 30 8 35 1,346 10 756 732 194 1,116 1,367 2011-12 Academic Year AA BA and Higher 124 147 176 11 2,059 22 203 92 1,008 5 24 16 15 1,502 11 803 784 186 918 1,319
    24. 24. Validating results • Year two 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 Changes December 2013
    25. 25. http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/datacenter/ December 2013
    26. 26. Next Steps • Distribute year 2 “outlier” report – Identify unusual increases in degree awards • Publish year 2 performance report • Collect year 3 data for judging and award December 2013
    27. 27. IPEDS Key Dates Talent Dividend Year Academic Year Reporting Deadline “Early Release” Date Public Availability 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 2015 December 2013
    28. 28. Questions? December 2013

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