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LATTC Strategic Plan Update 2/09

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Overview of LATTC's progress on goals form District and college strategic plans.

Overview of LATTC's progress on goals form District and college strategic plans.

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  • 1. LATTC Strategic Plan February 25, 2009
  • 2. LATTC Vision
    • Los Angeles Trade-Technical College will be a global leader known for effectively incorporating leading-edge theories, proven educational practices, hands-on experiences and technology into its career technical and professional programs. LATTC graduates will be in high demand. Many will become community and business leaders and innovators.
  • 3. LATTC Mission
    • Provide our students and community with high-quality technical and professional educational options that flexibly meet their life-long career development and academic goals; foster a climate of life-long learning; prepare our students to participate effectively in our democratic society; and generate economic development with our educational, governmental, community, and business partners.
  • 4. Access
    • Umoja program in development
    • Puente and Honors programs still flourishing
    • Outreach programs to middle and high schools
      • Bridges to Success Center programs
      • Triple Crown Initiative
      • CASHEE program
      • Students for Higher Education (SFHE) Program
    • Short-Term Prep Programs
      • Utility Construction Prep Program
      • Restaurant and Food Service Prep Program
      • Health Occupations Prep Program
  • 5. Success
    • Student Success Committee established Fall 2008
      • Freshman Experience/Intro to College course in development locally
    • Basic Skills Plan
      • Basic Skills Coordinator hired 1/2009
      • Writing Center Coordinator hired 1/2009
      • Reading Lab established Winter 2009
      • Reading and Writing Curriculum reexamined conjointly between Learning Skills and English Faculty
  • 6. Success
    • First-Year Experience cohort in second semester
    • ePortfolio project
      • Visual Communications
      • Fashion Design
      • Cosmetology
      • ASO
    • DSPS site visit 2/17/09
  • 7. Excellence
    • SLOs
      • Fall 2008 – just over 400 courses were assessed
      • Spring 2009 – Faculty and departments with be reviewing the results of the assessments
      • 70% of student and administrative service areas have established SLOs (Service Level Outcomes)
        • Will be assessing these in April and May
  • 8. Excellence
    • Program Review
      • 90% of programs have completed program review.
      • Since beginning of 2008-09 academic year
        • 88 course updates
        • 42 new courses
        • 29 archives
        • Child Development Degree and Certificate program revised
        • Expansion of Tailoring, Cosmetology & Culinary Arts programs
        • CIS & CAOT looking at major overhaul of programs
  • 9. Excellence
    • New Programs & Courses
      • Administration of Justice AA (online)
      • Liberal Arts AA (online)
      • Barbering Certificate & AS
      • Electrical Lineman Certificate & AS
        • Pole Climbing Certificate
      • Game Design & Programming, Certificate & AS
        • Animation
        • Game Programming
      • Green Technology Programs
        • 4 Degree Programs, 5 Certificate Programs, 52 green-integrated courses
        • Solar Installation and Maintenance Certificate Program
        • Weatherization and Energy Efficiency Certificate Program
  • 10. Accountability
    • LATTC Strategic Priorities
      • Student Success
      • Growth
      • Community & Business Development
      • Organization
    • Currently updating Educational, Facilities and Technology Master Plans
    • Shared Governance
      • Budget & Planning Committee
      • Work Environment Committee
      • College Council
      • Technology Committee
      • Student Success Committee
      • Distance Learning Committee
      • Building User Groups
  • 11. Collaboration
    • Industry Sector-Based Collaboratives
      • LA Infrastructure and Sustainability Collaborative
      • LA Restaurant and Food Service Collaborative
    • High School Partnerships
      • 14 Comprehensive Partnership Programs - over 25 grade, middle, high schools; 4,000 students served annually
    • College Partnerships
      • CSULA Pathway and Block Articulation Project
      • CSULA/LATTC STEM Program
      • USC/LATTC Youth Impact Program
  • 12. Grants and External Funding
    • 34 Active Grants and Contracts
    • $15,013,301
    • 1,554% increase in grant and contract funding over 3 years
    • From Multiple, Varied Entities
      • Foundations – Bank of America, Irvine Foundation
      • Industry – LA Department of Water and Power
      • Federal Grants – Department of Education, Department of Housing and Urban Development
      • State Grants – California Chancellor’s Office, State Department of Education
      • City Grants – LA Community Development Department