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  • System total = 11%
  • 030 = 8.9%060 = 10.6%090 or 099 = 12%
  • DE System total = 11%Overall system total = 20.8%
  • Developmental Education Overview jan 2012

    1. 1. DEVELOPMENTAL EDUCATION TASKFORCE - COLORADO COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM
    2. 2. Presentation outline  Developmental education nationally  Colorado context  Current innovation examples in Colorado
    3. 3. Nationally, most fail to begin DE sequence Progress on remedial sequence after 1 academic year Completed Sequence Partially completed sequence Did not begin sequence Clery, Data Notes, 2008
    4. 4. The goal Move students as quickly and effectively through their first college level course.
    5. 5. THE REMEDIAL EDUCATION SEQUENCE Assessment Placement Enrollment Completion
    6. 6. TRADITIONAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE Assessment • Take single standardized exam Placement • Cut score determines placement in one or more levels of remedial education Enrollment • Students take 1 or more courses consecutivel y before enrolling in gateway courses Completion • Success is defined as completion of remedial course
    7. 7. ACCELERATED REMEDIAL SEQUENCE Assessment • Use of multiple tools to include HS curriculum, HS GPA and diagnostic academic assessment Placement • Placement is based on student motivation and precise diagnosis of deficiencies • Range of cut scores, rather than a precise cut score enables flexibility Enrollment • Co-Enrollment in Remedial and College-Level Course • Offer single semester remedial option for students in need of more intense academic preparation Completion • Success is defined as completion of gateway course
    8. 8. CCCS is…  One system  Thirteen colleges  117,000 students served annually
    9. 9. Percent of 09-10 Enrollment in DE 27% 73% Enrollment Students enrolled in at least one DE course All other students
    10. 10. CCCS Students 61.6 25.3 13.1 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Students who place into Dev MAT Students who place into Dev ENG Students who place into Dev REA Percent of total remedial enrollment Percent of total remedial enrollment
    11. 11. Colorado course pipeline MAT 030 MAT 060 MAT 090 MAT 099 ENG 030 ENG 060 ENG 090 REA 030 REA 060 REA 090
    12. 12. Colorado pipeline 63.6% Complete030 65% Complete060 61.8% Complete090 Completion % based on 09-10 system average completion.
    13. 13. Colorado pipeline 63.6% Complete030 65% Complete060 61.8% Complete090 Completion % based on 09-10 system average completion. .636 * .65 * .618
    14. 14. Colorado pipeline 63.6% Complete030 65% Complete060 61.8% Complete090 Completion % based on 09-10 system average completion. .636*.65*.618 = 25.54%
    15. 15. Colorado 3 year graduation for DE students 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Fall 07 Cohort in Remedial Graduation Rate
    16. 16. Colorado 3 year graduation for DE students based on course level 0 20 40 60 80 100 Fall 07 Cohort in Remedial Graduation Rate Graduation rate for level 030 Graduation rate for level 060 Graduation rate for level 090 or 099
    17. 17. Three year graduation for DE versus all students 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 Fall 07 Cohort in Remedial Graduation Rate Overall 2007 cohort graduation
    18. 18. Themes  Key metric – success in college courses  Time, not student learning, is the greatest barrier to success  Use evidence based practice  Continuous improvement is essential to long- term success
    19. 19. Complete College America  Transforming remediation  Co-requisite models  Modular offerings  Customized education  Funding for performance  Still enrolled, certificate or degree completion  Align state policies to facilitate completion
    20. 20. Remedial redesign  Reduce time to completion – accelerate students’ from developmental to college work  Acceleration  Compressed  Mainstreaming  Modular  Contextualization
    21. 21. Colorado assessment and placement  Accuplacer  Message about test?  Student retest options?  Cost for test?  Non-cognitive questions?  Colorado specific?
    22. 22. College projects Open entry- exit Math lab Mainstreaming Higher-level courses +academic support Accelerated and compressed DE courses Contextualized learning with ECE program Online or hybrid format DE courses with STAR Diagnostic assessments Modular math DE courses ACC x CCA x CCConline x CCD x x FRCC x LCC x MCC x x NJC x x PCC x OJC x TSJC x
    23. 23. Aurora  Elimination of the lowest level DE courses in English, math, and reading  Careful placement of students in higher level courses  Academic support systems that foster faster course completion  Academic coaching, advising, supplemental tutoring
    24. 24. Traditional placement picture MAT030 MAT060
    25. 25. CCA test placement MAT060
    26. 26. Denver  Fast Start  Contextualization  MAT030 and Early Childhood cohort  Tutors in classroom  Learning communities  Team teaching with contextualized learning  ENG090/ POS105  REA090/ COM125
    27. 27. Pueblo  Diagnostic assessments  Individualized course competencies developed  Modular coursework  MAT 077 – self-paced for a semester  Earn up to 13 credits of coursework  Students who score at any developmental math level qualify
    28. 28. FOR MORE INFORMATION Casey Sacks Casey.sacks@cccs.edu www.cccs.edu
    29. 29. CREATIVE COMMONS ATTRIBUTION Unless otherwise specified, this work by the Colorado Community College System http://www.cccs.edu is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License. The material was created with funds from the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) grant awarded to the Colorado Online Energy Training Consortium (COETC).

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