Time to LeadVideo Presentation   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x8i1-k-    aUG0&feature=plcp                             ...
Time to LeadToday’s Presentation   Review of Time to Lead findings   Priorities for Vision Project work    this year   ...
Baseline Data College Readiness  ▪ Too many college    entrants unprepared  ▪ Significant    achievement gaps    by race,...
AY2012-13 Priorities College Readiness  ▪ MassCore opt-out  ▪ PARCC  ▪ Teacher education College Participation  ▪ Pre-co...
Baseline Data Above average but  below leadership in  graduation rates Significant achievement  gaps by race, ethnicity ...
AY2012-13 Priorities Graduation Rates    Campus commitments     to improve performance Developmental Education    Mult...
Baseline Data Limited available  data suggests  average results Similar findings  across all segments                   ...
AY2012-13 Priorities AMCOA II— System-Level Work   Developing LEAP-based    system-wide model   Forming a multi-state  ...
Baseline Data Caveats regarding  workforce data Not on track toward  60% 2020 target Underproduction in  high-need fiel...
AY2012-13 Priorities Deepen and confirm  current analysis Overall degree  production High-need fields    Nursing/allie...
AY2012-13    Priorities Formation of    task force   Inventory campus    work and national    best practices   Develop ...
Time to LeadNext Steps in Data Collection/Reporting   Continued enrichment/refinement of data     School-to-College repo...
Time to LeadLinking Budget Allocations andVision Project Work   Task Force on Community College    Budget Allocation    ...
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Massachusetts Higher Education Commissioner Richard M. Freeland reviews the findings of "Time to Lead," the first report on the Vision Project, an ambitious strategic plan adopted by the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education in 2010 to ensure that Massachusetts has the best-educated citizenry and workforce in the nation and is a national leader in research that drives economic development, and outlines Vision Project activities planned for the current academic year. Presented to the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education on October 16, 2012. More information at www.mass.edu/visionproject

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  1. 1. Time to LeadVideo Presentation http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x8i1-k- aUG0&feature=plcp 2
  2. 2. Time to LeadToday’s Presentation Review of Time to Lead findings Priorities for Vision Project work this year Next steps in data collection and reporting Linking budget allocations and Vision Project work 3
  3. 3. Baseline Data College Readiness ▪ Too many college entrants unprepared ▪ Significant achievement gaps by race, ethnicity, income College Participation ▪ Disparities in participation by race, ethnicity, income 4
  4. 4. AY2012-13 Priorities College Readiness ▪ MassCore opt-out ▪ PARCC ▪ Teacher education College Participation ▪ Pre-college programs at campus level 5
  5. 5. Baseline Data Above average but below leadership in graduation rates Significant achievement gaps by race, ethnicity 6
  6. 6. AY2012-13 Priorities Graduation Rates  Campus commitments to improve performance Developmental Education  Multiple campus projects/PIF support  Math Dev Ed Task Force Transfer  Course Equivalencies and Common Course #s Strategic Use of Financial Aid: Pilot 7
  7. 7. Baseline Data Limited available data suggests average results Similar findings across all segments 8
  8. 8. AY2012-13 Priorities AMCOA II— System-Level Work  Developing LEAP-based system-wide model  Forming a multi-state collaborative AMCOA II— Campus-Level Work  Continuation of AMCOA Team  Multiple projects to achieve sustainability with campus support 9
  9. 9. Baseline Data Caveats regarding workforce data Not on track toward 60% 2020 target Underproduction in high-need fields ▪ Health care at community colleges ▪ STEM at four-year level 10
  10. 10. AY2012-13 Priorities Deepen and confirm current analysis Overall degree production High-need fields  Nursing/allied health plan implementation/ extension  STEM degree completion New DHE responsibilities 11
  11. 11. AY2012-13 Priorities Formation of task force Inventory campus work and national best practices Develop system-wide strategy Develop metrics Report to BHE in spring 2013 12
  12. 12. Time to LeadNext Steps in Data Collection/Reporting Continued enrichment/refinement of data  School-to-College reports  Community college success  Comparative achievement gaps  Workforce needs and outcomes Sharing of campus-level data Design dashboard for future public reports Merge Vision Project and Performance Measurement Reports 13
  13. 13. Time to LeadLinking Budget Allocations andVision Project Work Task Force on Community College Budget Allocation  Role of performance budgeting  Role of Performance Incentive Fund Building staff capacity within DHE 14
  14. 14. Discussion

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