AOE Student Survey Final AOE Conference

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  • . A total of 76.6% (n=369) of the seniors completing the survey reported taking at least one AP/IB course and 38% (n=183) reported taking at least one dual enrollment course. A total of 20.8% (n=100) reported taking 4 or more AP/IB courses.
  • A total of 91.4% (n=437) of the students responding indicated that they had plans to attend a post-secondary institution, with a total of 70.7% (n=338) of these indicating that they had plans to attend a four year institution. A recent report by Public Agenda (http://www.publicagenda.org) indicates that among students in four-year schools, 45% work more than 20 hours a week and among those attending community colleges, 60% work more than 20 hours a week.
  • students did not receive financial aid, which means 66.4% (290) students received some form of aid. This figure is consistent with the national percentage of 65.6% of students receiving some type of aid, as reported by the NCES for 2007-08. Among aid recipients, the numbers will represent duplication since a student can receive multiple types of assistance.
  • AOE Student Survey Final AOE Conference

    1. 1. Academy of Engineering 2012-13 Completion Rates for AOE Academies Year Eligible Academies # Finalized Score 2010-11 30 30 (100%) 2011-12 53 52 (98%) 2012-13 70 65 (93%)
    2. 2. Membership Status 2012-13 Membership Status for AOE Academies Membership Status Fully implemented % Not fully implemented % Model 7 29% 1 2% Certified 7 29% 15 37% Member 8 34% 19 46% Under Review 2 8% 6 15% Total 24 100% 41 100%
    3. 3. AOE Student Survey 650 seniors (76%) completion rate 12 academies in 7 districts Charlotte Mecklenburg, NC Highline Public Schools, WA Huston Independent School District, TX Miami Dade Public Schools, FL New York City Department of Education, NY Porterville Unified School District, CA Waco Independent School District, TX
    4. 4. Parents Attended College Yes 60% No 40% Mother Attended College Yes 31% No 69% Father Attended College
    5. 5. Highest Degrees Earned 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 Did Not Finish Associate Degree Bachelors Graduate Parents Highest Degree Earned Mother Father
    6. 6. Courses Completed Dual Enrollment n Pct 0 299 62.0 1 98 20.3 2 44 9.1 3 15 3.1 4 17 3.5 5 or more 9 1.9 AP/IB Courses n Pct 0 113 23.4 1 119 24.7 2 88 18.3 3 62 12.9 4 47 9.8 5 or more 53 11.0 20% 4 or 5 courses
    7. 7. Post-graduation Plans 0.0 5.0 10.0 15.0 20.0 25.0 30.0 35.0 40.0 45.0 50.0 Full Time 4 Year College 4 year college and work 2 year college and work Full Time 2 year College Military Service Other Part Time College Work Full Time ProportionofStudentsResponding Post Graduation Plans by Type of Enrollment
    8. 8. Planned Field of Study n Pct Arts 28 6.0 Business 39 8.3 Communication 4 0.9 Education 8 1.7 Engineering/Technology 264 56.4 Health Sciences 38 8.1 Humanities 8 1.7 Science 18 3.8 Social Studies 5 1.1 Other 56 12.0 Total 468 100.0
    9. 9. Post-graduation Plans 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 ProportionofStudentsResponding Post-graduation Plans by Intended Field of Study
    10. 10. Why Not Attend? Reason N Pct Not Interested 28 17.7 Not academically ready 8 5.1 Too expensive 33 20.9 Family Obligations 8 5.1 Was not accepted 4 2.5 Prefer to work 11 7.0 Military 20 2.7 Other 46 29.1 Total 158 100.0
    11. 11. Assistance Provided by Academy to Attend College n Pct Prepared me to be successful in college 272 62.2 Provided encouragement 214 49.0 Provided good college career advice 245 56.1 Assisted in finding/obtaining financial aid 115 26.3
    12. 12. Financial Aid Received n Pct Student Loans 125 28.6 Work Study 48 11.0 Pell Grant 113 25.9 State Sponsored Scholarship 62 14.2 City Sponsored Scholarship 24 5.5 Private Scholarship 38 8.7 University Scholarship 98 22.4 No Financial Aid 147 33.6
    13. 13. Attitudes Statement N Strongl y Agree Agree Disagre e Strongl y Disagre e Don’t Know I have a very good understanding about the nature of working in the field of Engineering. 47 7 20.1% 62.7 % 8.0% 2.5% 6.7% I feel more positive now about working in the field of Engineering than I did when I entered the Academy. 47 7 30.4% 45.9 % 12.8% 4.8% 6.1% The classes in my academy are challenging, so I work harder for my grades. 47 6 22.7% 54.8 % 14.7% 2.7% 5.0%
    14. 14. The classes in my academy have helped to prepare me for my future career. 473 27.5% 49.9% 12.5% 4.4% 5.7% My work experience has helped me to become prepared to enter the world of work. 474 26.6% 45.4% 10.1% 2.5% 15.4% Most of my teachers make learning relevant and interesting. 476 21.6% 56.1% 13.7% 3.6% 5.0% The overall climate or atmosphere at my school is positive and motivates me to learn. 475 22.1% 52.0% 14.1% 4.4% 7.4% Statement N Strong ly Agree Agree Disagre e Strongl y Disagre e Don’t Know Attitudes
    15. 15. 404 Colleges and Universities Listed for Attendance NAF articulation agreements Johnson and Wales 4 students NACME partners 5 colleges and universities 37 students PLTW partners 2 universities 2 students Colleges Students Will Attend
    16. 16. Recommendations • Strengthen support services to help students secure financial aid resources. • Prepare students for college attendance especially top tier ones and to receive aid to attend these costly intuitions. • Extend articulation agreements and university partnerships to include those institutions that are being attended by students and those institutions that NAF wishes to encourage students to attend.
    17. 17. Next Steps Share survey with NAF departments, survey participants, and partners. • Two webinars in June 2013, for NAF staff • Review survey outcomes with AOE academies at NAF Next • Develop presentations for the annual AOE Counselors Conference in October, 2013. • Convene partner to refine the survey content for the coming year.

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