Developmental Education in Kansas and the Nation

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Developmental Education in Kansas and the Nation

  1. 1. Overview of Developmental Metrics in Kansas Cynthia Farrier, Director Farrier Data, Research and Planning October 29 2013 29, Revised November 14, 2013
  2. 2. College Readiness g Kansas Above the Nation in ACT Average  Kansas Above the Nation in All College Readiness Subject Areas  Nearly 55% of High School Graduates Enroll Directly into Kansas Public Postsecondary  Almost 20% More Can Be Found in Postsecondary at Some Time  2
  3. 3. % of Colle ege Readine ess College Readiness By Subject g y j 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 English Nation Kansas Reading Mathematics Science 64 72 44 51 44 51 36 42 Source: ACT Kansas State Profile Report – 2013 Graduating Class All Four  Subjects 26 30 Tested High School Graduates Meeting Benchmarks 3
  4. 4. Transfer, Transfer Continuing Total First Time = •From In and Out of State •To Kansas Public Postsecondary •Degree-Seeking •Delayed Enrollments •NGA/CCA Definitions First Time Entering Traditional  Traditional Cohort Traditional= •From Kansas High Schools •To Kansas Public Postsecondary •Degree-Seeking 4 •Within One Year
  5. 5. Definitions and Considerations Differing Definitions  Students Flagged in KHEDS as Developmental  KHEDS: Below college-level course offered for students with deficiencies  Technical Colleges Should Report  Likely Under-representation of Preparedness y p p  5
  6. 6. NATION KNOW THIS Too many entering freshmen need remediation. 52% of those entering a 2-year 20% of those entering a 4-year college enrolled in remediation. college enrolled in remediation. Source: CCA Fall 2006 Cohort 6
  7. 7. KANSAS KNOW THIS Too many entering freshmen need remediation. 41% of those entering a 2-year 18% of those entering a 4-year college enrolled in remediation. college enrolled in remediation. Source: KBOR KHEDS 2008 Cohort 7
  8. 8. NATION Of those entering a 2-year college enrolled in remediation by AGE Of those entering a 4-year college enrolled in remediation by AGE Ages 17-19 55% 18% Ages 17-19 Ages 20-24 52% 31% Ages 20-24 Ages 25+ 43% 36% Ages 25+ Source: CCA Fall 2006 Cohort 8
  9. 9. KANSAS Of those entering a 2-year college enrolled in remediation by AGE Of those entering a 4-year college enrolled in remediation by AGE Ages 17-19 46% 17% Ages 17-19 Ages 20-24 41% 27% Ages 20-24 Ages 25+ 30% 20% Ages 25+ Source: KHEDS 2008 Cohort 9
  10. 10. KNOW THIS African American or Hispanic are more likely to be headed toward the remediation dead end. be headed toward the remediation dead end Of those entering a 2-year college Of those entering a 4-year college NATION African Am 68% 39% African Am Hispanic 58% 21% Hispanic White 47% 14% White Other 49% 17% Other Source: CCA Fall 2006 Cohort 10
  11. 11. KNOW THIS African American or Hispanic are more likely to be headed toward the remediation dead end. be headed toward the remediation dead end Of those entering a 2-year college Of those entering a 4-year college KANSAS African Am 63% 42% African Am Hispanic 47% 30% Hispanic White 36% 16% White Other 45% 17% Other Source: KHEDS 2008 Cohort 11
  12. 12. Low Income Students are likely to be headed toward the remediation dead end. headed toward the remediation dead end KNOW THIS Of those entering a 2-year g y NATION Low Income college g KANSAS 80% Source: CCA Fall 2006 Cohort, KBOR KHEDS 2008 Cohort Data Not Available for 4-year colleges in Kansas 56% Low Income 12
  13. 13. NATION KNOW THIS Nearly one‐third never complete remediation. 62% 2-Year Colleges Complete Remediation. p Source: CCA Fall 2006 Cohort 74% 4-Year Colleges Complete Remediation. 13
  14. 14. KANSAS KNOW THIS Nearly one‐third never complete remediation. 57% 2-Year Colleges Complete Remediation. p Source: KBOR KHEDS 2008 Cohort 68% 4-Year Colleges Complete Remediation. 14
  15. 15. NATION KNOW THIS Most students don t make it Most students don’t make it through gateway courses. 22% 2-Year Colleges 37% 4-Year Colleges Complete remediation and associated college-level courses in two years. Complete remediation and associated college-level courses in two years. Source: CCA Fall 2006 Cohort 15
  16. 16. KANSAS KNOW THIS Most students don t make it Most students don’t make it through gateway courses. 16% 2-Year Colleges 35% 4-Year Colleges Complete remediation and associated college-level courses in two years. Complete remediation and associated college-level courses in two years. Source: KBOR KHEDS 2008, revised 11/14/2013 16
  17. 17. NATION KNOW THIS Most remedial students never graduate. 10% 2-Year Colleges 35% 4-Year Colleges graduate within 3 years (projected). graduate within 6 years (projected). Source: CCA 2-year, Fall 2004 Cohort; 4-year fall 2002 Cohort 17
  18. 18. KANSAS KNOW THIS Most remedial students never graduate. 18% 2-Year Colleges 36% 4-Year Colleges complete within 3 years. graduate within 6 years. Source: KBOR KHEDS 2008 Cohort, includes certificates for 2-year colleges. 18
  19. 19. More Information Complete College America Bridge to Nowhere http://www.completecollege.org/docs/CCA-Remediation-summary.pdf p p g g yp http://www.insidehighered.com/sites/default/server_files/files/CCA%20Reme diation%20ES%20FINAL.pdf KBOR E Enrollment R ll t Report t http://www.kansasregents.org/resources/PDF/2391EnrollmentReport20130314Final.pdf Contact Number: cfarrier@ksbor.org, 785-296-2452 19

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