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Completion By Design - Comprehensive Overview (5 min)

  1. 1. helping Community Colleges transform the student experience from aspiration to accomplishmentCOMPLETION BY DESIGN www.CompletionByDesign.Org OVERVIEW PRESENTATION 5 Minutes (with narration) 30 Slides Spring, 2012 1
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  4. 4. nearly 1/2U.S. College Students inCommunity Colleges Completion By Design - Overview 2012 4
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  6. 6. Completion By Design - Overview 2012 6
  7. 7. FromASPIRATION Completion By Design - Overview 2012 7
  8. 8. From ASPIRATION ToACCOMPLISHMENT Completion By Design - Overview 2012 8
  9. 9. From ASPIRATION further education ToACCOMPLISHMENT Completion By Design - Overview 2012 9
  10. 10. From ASPIRATION further education success in the workplace ToACCOMPLISHMENT Completion By Design - Overview 2012 10
  11. 11. Completion By Design - Overview 2012 11
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  13. 13. OBSTACLESCONFRONT Completion By Design - Overview 2012 13
  14. 14. OBSTACLESCONFRONT Students & Colleges Completion By Design - Overview 2012 14
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  16. 16. Completion By Design - Overview 2012 16
  17. 17. LOW COMPLETION RATES = A NATIONAL CONCERN Completion By Design - Overview 2012 17
  18. 18. LOW COMPLETION RATES = A NATIONAL CONCERNLack ofeducationImpacts: Completion By Design - Overview 2012 18
  19. 19. LOW COMPLETION RATES = A NATIONAL CONCERNLack ofeducationImpacts:• Families Completion By Design - Overview 2012 19
  20. 20. LOW COMPLETION RATES = A NATIONAL CONCERNLack ofeducationImpacts:• Families• Communities Completion By Design - Overview 2012 20
  21. 21. LOW COMPLETION RATES = A NATIONAL CONCERNLack ofeducationImpacts:• Families• Communities• U.S. Economy / Competition Completion By Design - Overview 2012 21
  22. 22. Completion By Design - Overview 2012 22
  23. 23. Community Colleges Completion By Design - Overview 2012 23
  24. 24. Community CollegesFocus on Completion By Design - Overview 2012 24
  25. 25. Community CollegesFocus on raising student completion rates Completion By Design - Overview 2012 25
  26. 26. Community CollegesFocus on raising student completion rates …through new educational initiatives Completion By Design - Overview 2012 26
  27. 27. Completion By Design Completion By Design - Overview 2012 27
  28. 28. Completion By Design Completion By Design - Overview 2012 28
  29. 29. Completion By Design• 5-year Community College re-design effort Completion By Design - Overview 2012 29
  30. 30. Completion By Design• 5-year Community College re-design effort• Funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Completion By Design - Overview 2012 30
  31. 31. Completion By Design Completion By Design - Overview 2012 31
  32. 32. Completion By Design Completion By Design - Overview 2012 32
  33. 33. Completion By DesignA unique, comprehensive approach. Completion By Design - Overview 2012 33
  34. 34. Completion By DesignA unique, comprehensive approach.Improves systems: Completion By Design - Overview 2012 34
  35. 35. Completion By DesignA unique, comprehensive approach.Improves systems: Through use of data With a holistic view Across entire student experience Completion By Design - Overview 2012 35
  36. 36. Completion By Design Completion By Design - Overview 2012 36
  37. 37. Completion By Design Partnership Completion By Design - Overview 2012 37
  38. 38. Completion By Design CDAT Partnership Completion By Design - Overview 2012 38
  39. 39. Completion By Design CDAT Partnership National Assistance Team Completion By Design - Overview 2012 39
  40. 40. Completion By Design CDAT Partnership National Assistance Team College Personnel Completion By Design - Overview 2012 40
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  42. 42. P A T H4 PHASES of the STUDENT EXPERIENCE  M–O–M–E–N–T–U–M  42
  43. 43. CONNECTION P A T Interest to H Application 4 PHASES of the STUDENT EXPERIENCE  M–O–M–E–N–T–U–M  43
  44. 44. CONNECTION ENTRY P Enrollment to A T Interest to Completion of H Application Gatekeeper Courses 4 PHASES of the STUDENT EXPERIENCE  M–O–M–E–N–T–U–M  44
  45. 45. CONNECTION ENTRY PROGRESS P Enrollment to Entry into Course of A T Interest to Completion of Study to H Application Gatekeeper 75% Requirements Courses Completed 4 PHASES of the STUDENT EXPERIENCE  M–O–M–E–N–T–U–M  45
  46. 46. CONNECTION ENTRY PROGRESS COMPLETION P Enrollment to Entry into Course of Complete Course of A T Interest to Completion of Study to Study to H Application Gatekeeper 75% Requirements Credential with Courses Completed Labor Market Value 4 PHASES of the STUDENT EXPERIENCE  M–O–M–E–N–T–U–M  46
  47. 47. CONNECTION ENTRY PROGRESS COMPLETION P Enrollment to Entry into Course of Complete Course of A T Interest to Completion of Study to Study to H Application Gatekeeper 75% Requirements Credential with Courses Completed Labor Market Value 47
  48. 48. CONNECTION ENTRY PROGRESS COMPLETION P Enrollment to Entry into Course of Complete Course of A T Interest to Completion of Study to Study to H Application Gatekeeper 75% Requirements Credential with Courses Completed Labor Market Value Don’t apply Delayed entry Under enrollment Poor matching Missed $Aid 48
  49. 49. CONNECTION ENTRY PROGRESS COMPLETION P Enrollment to Entry into Course of Complete Course of A T Interest to Completion of Study to Study to H Application Gatekeeper 75% Requirements Credential with Courses Completed Labor Market Value Don’t apply  Poor prep Delayed entry  Only 30% in Under enrollment development ed Poor matching continue on Missed $Aid  Fail to enroll/pass Gatekeeper courses 49
  50. 50. CONNECTION ENTRY PROGRESS COMPLETION P Enrollment to Entry into Course of Complete Course of A T Interest to Completion of Study to Study to H Application Gatekeeper 75% Requirements Credential with Courses Completed Labor Market Value Don’t apply  Poor prep  75% low-income Delayed entry  Only 30% in students combine Under enrollment development ed work and school Poor matching continue on  Many work >20 Missed $Aid  Fail to enroll/pass hrs/wk Gatekeeper courses  Schedule changes  PT enrollment = slower progress  Complex modern lives = disruptions 50
  51. 51. CONNECTION ENTRY PROGRESS COMPLETION P Enrollment to Entry into Course of Complete Course of A T Interest to Completion of Study to Study to H Application Gatekeeper 75% Requirements Credential with Courses Completed Labor Market Value Don’t apply  Poor prep  75% low-income  Limited advising = Delayed entry  Only 30% in students combine credit/debt not Under enrollment development ed work and school matched to degree Poor matching continue on  Many work >20  Leave with credits Missed $Aid  Fail to enroll/pass hrs/wk except math Gatekeeper courses  Schedule changes  Transfer without  PT enrollment = credential slower progress  Credential doesn’t  Complex modern lead to a family- lives = disruptions 51 supporting wage
  52. 52. CONNECTION ENTRY PROGRESS COMPLETION P Enrollment to Entry into Course of Complete Course of A T Interest to Completion of Study to Study to H Application Gatekeeper 75% Requirements Credential with Courses Completed Labor Market Value Don’t apply  Poor prep  75% low-income  Limited advising = L Delayed entry  Only 30% in students combine credit/debt not O Under enrollment development ed work and school matched to degree S Poor matching continue on  Many work >20  Leave with credits S Missed $Aid  Fail to enroll/pass hrs/wk except math Gatekeeper courses  Schedule changes  Transfer without  PT enrollment = credential slower progress  Credential doesn’t  Complex modern lead to a family- lives = disruptions 52 supporting wage
  53. 53. CONNECTION ENTRY PROGRESS COMPLETION P Enrollment to Entry into Course of Complete Course of A T Interest to Completion of Study to Study to H Application Gatekeeper 75% Requirements Credential with Courses Completed Labor Market Value 53
  54. 54. CONNECTION ENTRY PROGRESS COMPLETION P Enrollment to Entry into Course of Complete Course of A T Interest to Completion of Study to Study to H Application Gatekeeper 75% Requirements Credential with Courses Completed Labor Market Value Data – where, when and why students: 54
  55. 55. CONNECTION ENTRY PROGRESS COMPLETION P Enrollment to Entry into Course of Complete Course of A T Interest to Completion of Study to Study to H Application Gatekeeper 75% Requirements Credential with Courses Completed Labor Market Value Data – where, when and why students:  Succeed 55
  56. 56. CONNECTION ENTRY PROGRESS COMPLETION P Enrollment to Entry into Course of Complete Course of A T Interest to Completion of Study to Study to H Application Gatekeeper 75% Requirements Credential with Courses Completed Labor Market Value Data – where, when and why students:  Succeed  Drop out 56
  57. 57. CONNECTION ENTRY PROGRESS COMPLETION P Enrollment to Entry into Course of Complete Course of A T Interest to Completion of Study to Study to H Application Gatekeeper 75% Requirements Credential with Courses Completed Labor Market Value Data – where, when and why students:  Succeed  Drop out  Languish 57
  58. 58. CONNECTION ENTRY PROGRESS COMPLETION P Enrollment to Entry into Course of Complete Course of A T Interest to Completion of Study to Study to H Application Gatekeeper 75% Requirements Credential with Courses Completed Labor Market Value 58
  59. 59. CONNECTION ENTRY PROGRESS COMPLETION P Enrollment to Entry into Course of Complete Course of A T Interest to Completion of Study to Study to H Application Gatekeeper 75% Requirements Credential with Courses Completed Labor Market Value Don’t apply  Poor prep  75% low-income  Limited advising = L Delayed entry  Only 30% in students combine credit/debt not O Under enrollment development ed work and school matched to degree S Poor matching continue on  Many work >20  Leave with credits S Missed $Aid  Fail to enroll/pass hrs/wk except math Gatekeeper courses  Schedule changes  Transfer without  PT enrollment = credential slower progress  Credential doesn’t  Complex modern lead to a family- lives = disruptions 59 supporting wage
  60. 60. CONNECTION ENTRY PROGRESS COMPLETION P Enrollment to Entry into Course of Complete Course of A T Interest to Completion of Study to Study to H Application Gatekeeper 75% Requirements Credential with Courses Completed Labor Market Value – STRATEGIES TO GAIN MOMENTUM – STUDENT DATA SYSTEMS * STUDENT ENGAGEMENT * LEADERSHIP FOCUS ON COMPLETION Don’t apply  Poor prep  75% low-income  Limited advising = L Delayed entry  Only 30% in students combine credit/debt not O Under enrollment development ed work and school matched to degree S Poor matching continue on  Many work >20  Leave with credits S Missed $Aid  Fail to enroll/pass hrs/wk except math Gatekeeper courses  Schedule changes  Transfer without  PT enrollment = credential slower progress  Credential doesn’t  Complex modern lead to a family- lives = disruptions 60 supporting wage
  61. 61. CONNECTION ENTRY PROGRESS COMPLETION P Enrollment to Entry into Course of Complete Course of A T Interest to Completion of Study to Study to H Application Gatekeeper 75% Requirements Credential with Courses Completed Labor Market Value Consistent standards Going to college supported by others Understanding of college, $ aid, etc. Dual enrollment, AP credit, etc. Placement exams Enroll from H.S. – STRATEGIES TO GAIN MOMENTUM – STUDENT DATA SYSTEMS * STUDENT ENGAGEMENT * LEADERSHIP FOCUS ON COMPLETION Don’t apply  Poor prep  75% low-income  Limited advising = L Delayed entry  Only 30% in students combine credit/debt not O Under enrollment development ed work and school matched to degree S Poor matching continue on  Many work >20  Leave with credits S Missed $Aid  Fail to enroll/pass hrs/wk except math Gatekeeper courses  Schedule changes  Transfer without  PT enrollment = credential slower progress  Credential doesn’t  Complex modern lead to a family- lives = disruptions 61 supporting wage
  62. 62. CONNECTION ENTRY PROGRESS COMPLETION P Enrollment to Entry into Course of Complete Course of A T Interest to Completion of Study to Study to H Application Gatekeeper 75% Requirements Credential with Courses Completed Labor Market Value Consistent standards  Assessment and Going to college placement tools supported by others  Mandatory advising Understanding of  Attendance, life skills college, $ aid, etc.  Declared study link Dual enrollment, AP career pathway credit, etc.  Academic catch-up Placement exams  $ Aid support Enroll from H.S.  Course redesign – STRATEGIES TO GAIN MOMENTUM – STUDENT DATA SYSTEMS * STUDENT ENGAGEMENT * LEADERSHIP FOCUS ON COMPLETION Don’t apply  Poor prep  75% low-income  Limited advising = L Delayed entry  Only 30% in students combine credit/debt not O Under enrollment development ed work and school matched to degree S Poor matching continue on  Many work >20  Leave with credits S Missed $Aid  Fail to enroll/pass hrs/wk except math Gatekeeper courses  Schedule changes  Transfer without  PT enrollment = credential slower progress  Credential doesn’t  Complex modern lead to a family- lives = disruptions 62 supporting wage
  63. 63. CONNECTION ENTRY PROGRESS COMPLETION P Enrollment to Entry into Course of Complete Course of A T Interest to Completion of Study to Study to H Application Gatekeeper 75% Requirements Credential with Courses Completed Labor Market Value Consistent standards  Assessment and  Incent attendance Going to college placement tools  Leverage technology supported by others  Mandatory advising  Credentials for high- Understanding of  Attendance, life skills demand fields college, $ aid, etc.  Declared study link  Emergency aid Dual enrollment, AP career pathway credit, etc.  Academic catch-up Placement exams  $ Aid support Enroll from H.S.  Course redesign – STRATEGIES TO GAIN MOMENTUM – STUDENT DATA SYSTEMS * STUDENT ENGAGEMENT * LEADERSHIP FOCUS ON COMPLETION Don’t apply  Poor prep  75% low-income  Limited advising = L Delayed entry  Only 30% in students combine credit/debt not O Under enrollment development ed work and school matched to degree S Poor matching continue on  Many work >20  Leave with credits S Missed $Aid  Fail to enroll/pass hrs/wk except math Gatekeeper courses  Schedule changes  Transfer without  PT enrollment = credential slower progress  Credential doesn’t  Complex modern lead to a family- lives = disruptions 63 supporting wage
  64. 64. CONNECTION ENTRY PROGRESS COMPLETION P Enrollment to Entry into Course of Complete Course of A T Interest to Completion of Study to Study to H Application Gatekeeper 75% Requirements Credential with Courses Completed Labor Market Value Consistent standards  Assessment and  Incent attendance  Mandatory advising Going to college placement tools  Leverage technology  Transfer with supported by others  Mandatory advising  Credentials for high- credentials incentives Understanding of  Attendance, life skills demand fields  Remove barriers to college, $ aid, etc.  Declared study link  Emergency aid graduation Dual enrollment, AP career pathway  Learn and Earn credit, etc.  Academic catch-up programs Placement exams  $ Aid support Enroll from H.S.  Course redesign – STRATEGIES TO GAIN MOMENTUM – STUDENT DATA SYSTEMS * STUDENT ENGAGEMENT * LEADERSHIP FOCUS ON COMPLETION Don’t apply  Poor prep  75% low-income  Limited advising = L Delayed entry  Only 30% in students combine credit/debt not O Under enrollment development ed work and school matched to degree S Poor matching continue on  Many work >20  Leave with credits S Missed $Aid  Fail to enroll/pass hrs/wk except math Gatekeeper courses  Schedule changes  Transfer without  PT enrollment = credential slower progress  Credential doesn’t  Complex modern lead to a family- lives = disruptions 64 supporting wage
  65. 65. CONNECTION ENTRY PROGRESS COMPLETION P Enrollment to Entry into Course of Complete Course of A T Interest to Completion of Study to Study to H Application Gatekeeper 75% Requirements Credential with Courses Completed Labor Market Value Consistent standards  Assessment and  Incent attendance  Mandatory advising  Leverage technology G Going to college placement tools  Transfer with  Credentials for high- A supported by others  Mandatory advising credentials incentives I Understanding of  Attendance, life skills demand fields  Remove barriers to  Emergency aid N college, $ aid, etc.  Declared study link graduation Dual enrollment, AP career pathway  Learn and Earn credit, etc.  Academic catch-up programs Placement exams  $ Aid support Enroll from H.S.  Course redesign – STRATEGIES TO GAIN MOMENTUM – STUDENT DATA SYSTEMS * STUDENT ENGAGEMENT * LEADERSHIP FOCUS ON COMPLETION Don’t apply  Poor prep  75% low-income  Limited advising = L Delayed entry  Only 30% in students combine credit/debt not O Under enrollment development ed work and school matched to degree S Poor matching continue on  Many work >20  Leave with credits S Missed $Aid  Fail to enroll/pass hrs/wk except math Gatekeeper courses  Schedule changes  Transfer without  PT enrollment = credential slower progress  Credential doesn’t  Complex modern lead to a family- lives = disruptions 65 supporting wage
  66. 66. Completion By Design Completion By Design - Overview 2012 66
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  69. 69. Completion By DesignGoal = Increase completion rates Completion By Design - Overview 2012 69
  70. 70. Completion By Design Completion By Design - Overview 2012 70
  71. 71. Completion By Design Completion By Design - Overview 2012 71
  72. 72. Completion By DesignKey part of Mission = Help the college transform itself Completion By Design - Overview 2012 72
  73. 73. CONNECTION ENTRY PROGRESS COMPLETION P Enrollment to Entry into Course of Complete Course of A T Interest to Completion of Study to Study to H Application Gatekeeper 75% Requirements Credential with Courses Completed Labor Market Value 73
  74. 74. CONNECTION ENTRY PROGRESS COMPLETION P Enrollment to Entry into Course of Complete Course of A T Interest to Completion of Study to Study to H Application Gatekeeper 75% Requirements Credential with Courses Completed Labor Market Value 4 PHASES of the STUDENT EXPERIENCE  M–O–M–E–N–T–U–M  74
  75. 75. CONNECTION ENTRY PROGRESS COMPLETION P Enrollment to Entry into Course of Complete Course of A T Interest to Completion of Study to Study to H Application Gatekeeper 75% Requirements Credential with Courses Completed Labor Market Value 4 PHASES of the STUDENT EXPERIENCE  M–O–M–E–N–T–U–M  Examine: • Policy • Practice • Program • Process 75
  76. 76. CONNECTION ENTRY PROGRESS COMPLETION P Enrollment to Entry into Course of Complete Course of A T Interest to Completion of Study to Study to H Application Gatekeeper 75% Requirements Credential with Courses Completed Labor Market Value 4 PHASES of the STUDENT EXPERIENCE  M–O–M–E–N–T–U–M  “What do Students, Examine: Faculty and Administrators really • Policy think?” • Practice • Program • Process 76
  77. 77. Completion By Design Completion By Design - Overview 2012 77
  78. 78. Completion By Design Completion By Design - Overview 2012 78
  79. 79. Completion By Design5 Attributes ofHigh-performing Colleges:1) Learning and outcomes-focused leadership2) Student-centered change3) Culture of improvement and use of data4) Faculty engagement and professional Development5) Technology Capacity Completion By Design - Overview 2012 79
  80. 80. Completion By Design Completion By Design - Overview 2012 80
  81. 81. Completion By Design Completion By Design - Overview 2012 81
  82. 82. Completion By DesignHelp Community Colleges:Preserve accessImprove qualityContain costs Completion By Design - Overview 2012 82
  83. 83. Completion By Design Completion By Design - Overview 2012 83
  84. 84. Completion By Design Completion By Design - Overview 2012 84
  85. 85. Completion By Design• Not a pilot program• Not focused on 1 aspect of change• Not focused on 1 specific student population Completion By Design - Overview 2012 85
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  89. 89. Completion By DesignOther highereducation effortsunderway: Enhancement Alignment Completion By Design - Overview 2012 89
  90. 90. Completion By Design Completion By Design - Overview 2012 90
  91. 91. Completion By DesignLaunched 2011 with 21 colleges across 4 states: Completion By Design - Overview 2012 91
  92. 92. Completion By Design Launched 2011 with 21 colleges across 4 states:FLORIDA CADRE: NORTH CAROLINA OHIO CADRE: TEXAS CADRE: Miami Dade CADRE: Sinclair Comm. Lone Star College Guilford Technical College, College System (7 campuses) Community 2 campuses (+ 4 colleges) College (+ 2 colleges) (+ 4 colleges)MDC: Largest GTCC: 3rd largest SCC : Nationally Lone Star: Fastest-institution of Higher Community College recognized for growing collegeEducation in the in North Carolina innovations in system in TexasU.S. Development EducationPolicy work led by: Policy work led by: Policy work led by: Policy work led by:Florida College NC Community Ohio Association of Educate TexasSystem / College System Community CollegesDepartmentof Education Completion By Design - Overview 2012 92
  93. 93. Completion By Design Completion By Design - Overview 2012 93
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  95. 95. Completion By DesignColleges selected for: Completion By Design - Overview 2012 95
  96. 96. Completion By DesignColleges selected for:Pioneering vision Completion By Design - Overview 2012 96
  97. 97. Completion By DesignColleges selected for:Pioneering visionCapacity to embrace ambitious goals Completion By Design - Overview 2012 97
  98. 98. Completion By DesignColleges selected for:Pioneering visionCapacity to embrace ambitious goalsAbility to serve as role models in their states Completion By Design - Overview 2012 98
  99. 99. Completion By Design Completion By Design - Overview 2012 99
  100. 100. Completion By Design Completion By Design - Overview 2012 100
  101. 101. Completion By DesignColleges are assisted in:Analyzing dataLearning from students, staff and facultyDesigning intentional completion pathwaysDeveloping strategic roadmaps for change Completion By Design - Overview 2012 101
  102. 102. Completion By Design Completion By Design - Overview 2012 102
  103. 103. Completion By DesignKey part of Mission = Knowledge Sharing Completion By Design - Overview 2012 103
  104. 104. Completion By DesignKey part of Mission = Knowledge Sharing “If we learn in isolation, how can anyone else benefit?” Completion By Design - Overview 2012 104
  105. 105. Completion By Design Completion By Design - Overview 2012 105
  106. 106. Completion By DesignGuilford Technical Comm. College Sinclair Comm. College Lone StarCollege System Miami Dade College Completion By Design - Overview 2012 106
  107. 107. Completion By DesignGuilford Technical Comm. College Sinclair Comm. College Lone StarCollege System Miami Dade College Completion By Design - Overview 2012 107
  108. 108. Completion By DesignInformation exchange between flagship colleges Guilford Technical Comm. College Sinclair Comm. College Lone Star College System Miami Dade College Completion By Design - Overview 2012 108
  109. 109. Completion By DesignInformation exchange between flagship collegesCapture + Synthesize + Share ALL learning Guilford Technical Comm. College Sinclair Comm. College Lone Star College System Miami Dade College Completion By Design - Overview 2012 109
  110. 110. Completion By DesignInformation exchange between flagship collegesCapture + Synthesize + Share ALL learning Guilford Technical Comm. College Sinclair Comm. College Lone Star College System Miami Dade College Completion By Design - Overview 2012 110
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  113. 113. Completion By Design PioneeringCommunity Colleges helping otherCommunity Colleges transform Completion By Design - Overview 2012 113
  114. 114. Completion By Design Pioneering Community Colleges helping other Community Colleges transformGuilford Technical Comm. College Lone Star College System Miami Dade College Sinclair Comm. College Completion By Design - Overview 2012 114
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  117. 117. Completion By DesignCollege Administrators and State Policy Leaders: Completion By Design - Overview 2012 117
  118. 118. Completion By DesignCollege Administrators and State Policy Leaders:Develop policiesAdvocate for state-wide changes Completion By Design - Overview 2012 118
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  122. 122. Completion By Design catalyst for deep,systemic cultural change in Completion By Design - Overview 2012 122
  123. 123. Completion By Design catalyst fordeep, systemic cultural change in Community Colleges across the country Completion By Design - Overview 2012 123
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  127. 127. Completion By Design Please visit www.CompletionByDesign .org Completion By Design - Overview 2012 127
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  130. 130. helping Community Colleges transform the student experience from aspiration to accomplishmentCOMPLETION BY DESIGN 130
  131. 131. helping Community Colleges transform the student experience from aspiration to accomplishmentCOMPLETION BY DESIGN www.CompletionByDesign.org OVERVIEW PRESENTATION Produced for: CDAT By: Clodine Mallinckrodt Spring, 2012 131

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