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Jonathan Jacobs Tom North Office of Institutional Research Oregon University System 541.346.5827

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1 Jonathan Jacobs Tom North Office of Institutional Research Oregon University System 541.346.5827 ir@ous.edu

2 A college course Taught at a high school by a high school teacher Sanctioned by a partner college Carry both high school and college credit MTH112 Pre Calculus MTH112 Pre Calculus MTH112 Pre Calculus MTH112 Pre Calculus

3 1. Do high school students who take dual credit succeed when they go to college? 2. Does dual credit instruction do as well as college-situated instruction in preparing students for subsequent college coursework?

4 18% Oregon Public Institutions2007-08 Students Enrolled in Dual Credit 15,707 Credits Enrolled in as Dual Credit (QTR) 133,193 Average Dual Credit per Student 8.5 Courses Offered as Dual Credit 1,820 Public Institutions Offering Dual Credit 21 (out of 24) Source: OUS, CCWD Level% Seniors49% Juniors33% Sophomores13% Freshmen5% Source: Oregon Dept. of Education

5 Dual credit students in Florida had a higher rate of retention to their second year of college and a higher cumulative college GPA by their third year. Source: CCRC, The Postsecondary Achievement of Participants in Dual Enrollment (2007) Nationally, dual credit students had a higher retention rate to the second year of college and improved time to degree. Source: Dr. Joni Swanson, An Analysis of the Impact of High School Dual Enrollment Course Participation or Postsecondary Academic Success, Persistence, and Degree Completion (2008)

6 Do high school students who take dual credit succeed when they go to college? Descriptive Comparisons Rate of college participation High school GPA Persistence to the second year of college First-year college GPA Credit earned in the first year Cumulative credit accumulated by second year start. Tom took dual credit in high school Tom took dual credit in high school Mary did not take dual credit in high school Mary did not take dual credit in high school

7 2007-08 Dual Credit Seniors Class of 2005 High School Graduates College Participation 81.4%72.6% Oregon 2-Yr Public 21.2%30.0% Oregon 4-Yr Public 37.5%21.7% Out of State 15.9%13.4% Private/Unknown 6.8%7.6% Source: OUS, CCWD, ODE, National Student Clearinghouse

8 Fall 2008 OUS Freshmen 2007-08 Dual Credit Fall 2008 OUS Freshmen No 2007-08 Dual Credit High School GPA 3.603.36 Persistence to the Second Year of College 87.0%79.9% Higher odds of persistence even after controlling for academic strength and demographic factors. Source: OUS, CCWD

9 Fall 2008 OUS Freshmen Returning Fall 2009 2007-08 Dual Credit Fall 2008 OUS Freshmen Returning Fall 2009 No 2007-08 Dual Credit First Year College GPA 3.132.97 First Year College Credits Earned 43.844.1 Cumulative College Credits Earned 61.349.8 Source: OUS, CCWD

10 2. Does dual credit instruction do as well as college-situated instruction in preparing students for subsequent college coursework? MTH112 Pre Calculus MTH112 Pre Calculus MTH251 Calculus I MTH251 Calculus I SEQUENCES WR121-WR122 MTH111-MTH112 MTH112-MTH251 MTH251-MTH252 MTH252-MTH254 SPAN103-SPAN201 2007-08 2008-09 Prepares them for

11 MTH112 Pre Calculus MTH112 Pre Calculus MTH251 Calculus I MTH251 Calculus I Grade C- or better Grade of A or B Prepares them for % Pass Final Course Dual Credit to College % Pass Final Course Dual Credit to College % Pass Final Course College to College % Pass Final Course College to College

12 Math SequencesCCWD89%90%-1% Math SequencesOUS80%81%-1% MTH111-112CCWD82%88%0% MTH112-251CCWD86%92%-6% MTH251-252CCWD90%88%2% MTH252-254CCWD100%92%8% WR121-122CCWD93%92%0% SPAN103-201CCWD100%99%1% Percent of Students Satisfactorily Passing the Last Course of a Sequence (Grade of C- or better) Students who Received an A or B in the First Course of the sequence Source: OUS, CCWD MTH111-112OUS82%82%0% MTH112-251OUS72%76%-4% MTH251-252OUS78%81%-3% MTH252-254OUS87%89%-2% WR121-122OUS97%99%-2% SPAN103-201OUS100%98%2% Dual CreditCollege to College

13 Dual Credit to CollegeCollege to College Difference MTH111-112 CCWD1182%48888%-6% OUS3482%17982%0% MTH112-251 CCWD2886%35192%-6% OUS4672%22376%-4% MTH251-252 CCWD1090%15188%2% OUS6078%29681%-3% MTH252-254 CCWD12100%14692%8% OUS7587%15889%-2% WR121-122 CCWD11193%2,24892%0% OUS9097%54099%-2% SPAN103-201 CCWD9100%34299%1% OUS26100%28698%2% Percent of Students Satisfactorily Passing the Last Course of a Sequence (Grade of C- or better) Students who Received an A or B in the First Course of the sequence N % Passed Final Course Source: OUS, CCWD

14 Average Grade in MTH251 by Grade Received in MTH112, by Instruction Type N=0 N=6N=28N=32 N=18N=23N=166 N=130 Oregon University System

15 Average Grade in MTH251 by Grade Received in MTH112, by Instruction Type By Sector N=0 N=6N=28N=32 N=18N=23N=166 N=130 N=0N=1 N=6N=4 N=6N=14N=63N=72N=79 Community Colleges Oregon University System

16 1. Do high school students who take dual credit succeed when they go to college? 2. Does dual credit instruction do as well as college-situated instruction in preparing students for subsequent college coursework?

17 Full version of the report available at www.ous.edu.


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