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Key performance indicators (KPI) can transform college and career readiness goals into a plan for continuous improvement of student outcomes. During this session, administrators will learn best ...

Key performance indicators (KPI) can transform college and career readiness goals into a plan for continuous improvement of student outcomes. During this session, administrators will learn best practices for using Naviance to track individual students and to develop longitudinal data sets on student engagement and performance. Discover how this information can improve practices and policies throughout your school or district. *This session is for administrators only.

Todd Bloom, Chief Academic Officer, Hobsons

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  • KPIs for College & Career Readiness Todd Bloom, Ph.D. Chief Academic Officer, Hobsons July 12, 2012
  • AgendaPolicy, Research & Market Development at Hobsons (5 min)Contextualized Need for KPIs (15 min)Your Key Performance Indicators (15 min)KPIs Prioritized and Shared (15 min)Q & A / Wrap-Up / Evaluation (15 min) 1
  • Policy, Research & MarketDevelopment at Hobsons View slide
  • What our team doesMonitor and influence policy concerning P- 20 student success (e.g. RttT-D info, state-mandated ILP and graduation plans, ESEA Waivers)Conduct relevant research (e.g. ILP report, bridges blog, personalized learning)Keep you informed on key issues • Social media (blog, Twitter) • Articles and white papers 3 View slide
  • Contextualized Need for KPIs:From Macro Trends to Local Response
  • Global Economic Competition“The goal for America’s educational system is clear: Everystudent should graduate from high school ready for collegeand a career by 2020. We must lead the world in collegecompletion by 2020” – President ObamaWe’re in 16th place and we’ve heard this before…• 1983 – A Nation at Risk (standards)• 1994 – Goals 2000 (performance targets)• 2001 – No Child Left Behind (accountability)• 2009 – ARRA/Race to the Top 5
  • Global Economic CompetitionSkeptical practitioners – The college completion goal http://chronicle.com/article/A-Crisis-of-Confidence/127530/ 6
  • Global Economic Competition 7
  • Cost for K12 ProviderDeep reductions to K-12state formula fundingsince the onset of therecession• ARRA has expired• Rainy day funds are exhausted• States have resisted raising additional taxes• Pressure on school districts• New School Year Brings Steep Cuts in State Funding for Schools(Center on Budget & Policy Priorities) 8
  • Cost for Higher Ed Provider 9
  • Consumer-Driven EducationMore than ever, education consumers (students) havemore informed choice• Access to K-12 and HE institutional data to determine best SROI• Growth of K-12 school choice (charters) and proliferation of postsecondary options• Increase in college applications per student/HE cost per student enrollment (NACAC: 7/student in 2012)However, choice is dependent on access toinformation, which is not afforded to all students… 10
  • Consumer-Driven EducationThe consumer will “look” different in the future…K-12 student demographics (2010 to 2020)• flat for students who are White; Black;• increase 25% for students who are Hispanic;• increase 36% for students who are Asian/Pacific Islander• increase 17% for students who are American Indian/Alaska NativeHE student demographics (2010 to 2020)• flat for students who are White; American Indian/Alaska Native• increase 25% for students who are Black;• increase 46% for students who are Hispanic;• increase 25% for students who are Asian/Pacific Islander The Center for Public Education 11
  • Consumer-Driven EducationDemand for anywhere, anytime, AND relevant learning Distance education, hybrid models that blend online with face-to- face instruction (Rocketship Education) iTunesU, DIYU, Utube/edu “Small” colleges – Pepperdine U in Malibu AND Buenos Aires, Florence, Heidelberg, London, Shanghai, Switzerland The online universities MOOC 12
  • Macro Forces - Policy - Local K-12 Postsecondary • Common Core State Standards & • Emphasis on college completion and assessments “gainful employment” • SLDS • Shifting finance models in response • Student growth monitoring and to decreased state funding (Obama engagement efficiency demand) • Teacher and principal • SROI of remediation effectiveness • Instructor effectiveness • Statewide P-20 data systems • Student “recovery” • ILP and RttT -DHuge theme: information drives performance and high performance gets results! 13
  • Your College and Career Readiness KPIs
  • Your KPIsIndependently brainstorm college and careerreadiness indicators that youcollect, monitor, and share with others.Share your KPIs with the person next to you. • Are these KPIs outcomes or inputs? • How often do you review these KPIs? • With whom do you share the KPI performance data • How do you know which are most important? 15
  • KPI Data and Guidance Sources of Data  Naviance reports  Surveys  SIS  National Student Clearinghouse Guidance  College Readiness Index System (Annenberg Institute for School Reform)  School Districts Scorecards (Montgomery Co, Anoka, Gwinnet Co, Fulton Co, etc.)  Council of Great City Schools 16
  • Student Growth & Proficiency Grade Point Average  % of students who used Test score averages PrepMe at least once – PLAN  % of students who complete – PSAT the learning style assessment – SAT  % of students who complete – ACT Do What You Are assessment – State assessment(s)  % of students who complete International Baccalaureate Career Key assessment scores  % of students who complete International Baccalaureate a Course Plan scores by course  Course Plan Rigor distribution 17
  • College Planning College Power Score  Number of applications for distribution individual colleges Alignment of Course Demand  % of students who submit Forecast with college one or more college readiness curriculum applications determined by school/district  % of students admitted to one Student interest in specific or more colleges courses that school/district  % of students who intend to indicate align with college attend college after readiness goals graduation  Meaningful and up-to-date Number of applications for scholarship database individual colleges available for student use 18
  • Career Planning % of students who identify careers and career clusters of interest % of students interested in professional careers % of students interested in technical careers % of students interested in careers with specific characteristics, such as STEM, that are determined by the school/district 19
  • Student Engagement % of students who report  % of students who report they understanding their learning understand the knowledge styles and skills necessary for % of students who report they success in their careers of have explored colleges and interest careers based on learning  % of students who set goals style assessment  % of students who met goal % of students who report they  % of students who completed understand the links between tasks that align with college careers, preparation and career readiness as needed, college major and determined by the projected income school/district(e.g. FAFSA completion, internship/ mentorship requirement) 20
  • Alumni Performance % of students who enrolled in  % of students who are college satisfied with their post high % of students who completed school plans college degrees  % of students who enrolled in % of students who completed remedial college college degrees within a mathematics, English or other specified timeframe courses  % of students who completed % of students with positive remedial college perceptions of college and math, English or other career readiness courses % of students satisfied with teaching or other specified aspects of their K-12 experience 21
  • KPI PrioritizationForm a team with 3-5 people. Review the hand-out ofKPIs. For each of the 5 areas below, identify 3-5 KPIs thatyour team believes are most important (i.e. “key”) tomonitoring or predicting college and career readiness.Justify why your team’s selections are most important.Share with whole group.  Student growth and proficiency  College planning  Career planning  Student engagement  Alumni performance 22
  • KPIs and Promising PracticesFor those KPIs which we all find to be “key”, how mightwe benefit from sharing our results?[IMPORTANT: What is “key” for some schools/district may not be for others – checkyour school/district strategic plan]How could we share promising practices associated withdramatic KPI improvement?Are there barriers to sharing KPI performance andpromising practices across schools/districts?Could we develop more robust CCR KPIs? 23
  • Suggestions: KPIs Must Live• Build a college and career readiness “scorecard” (set of KPIs) for your school/district – But don’t do it alone• Consider performance targets for each KPI – Determine reasonability through (internal and external)benchmarking• Consider who and what drives/influences each KPI• Manage to the KPIs – If KPIs are “key”, then they ought to impact change• Share scorecard results with all (those who impact and those who are impacted by) 24
  • Suggestions: KPIs Must LiveManaging to KPIs is similar to great teaching: 25
  • Questions and Observations What did you not learn that you wish you had? How could Hobsons K12 provide you with support with regard to college and career readiness KPIs? 26
  • Recent Release:Top 11 Trends in Higher Education (and they matter to K12)Please complete evaluation 27
  • Todd Bloomtodd.bloom@hobsons.com @todd_bloom