Presentation on theme: "PE REQUIREMENT SURVEY RESULTS CCC-PE GENERAL MEETING 4-2-14."— Presentation transcript:
PE REQUIREMENT SURVEY RESULTS CCC-PE GENERAL MEETING 4-2-14
1.Allan Hancock College 2.Bakersfield College 3.Cerro Coso Community College 4.Citrus College 5.College of Alameda 6.College of Marin 7.College of Merced 8.College of San Mateo 9.Cosumnes River College 10.De Anza College 11.Diablo Valley College 12.Folsom Lake College 13.Grossmont College 14.Las Positas College 15.Mira Costa College 16.Monterey Peninsula College 17.Mendocino 18.Los Medanos SURVEY PARTICIPATION – 42 COLLEGES
19.Mission College 20.Moorpark College 21.Mount SAC College 22.Ohlone College 23.Palomar College 24.Rio Hondo College 25.Saddleback College 26.San Bernardino Valley College 27.San Diego City College 28.San Diego Mesa College 29.San Diego Miramar 30.San Joaquin Delta College 31.Santa Ana College 32.Santa Barbara City College 33.Sierra College 34.Skyline College 35.Solano Community College SURVEY PARTICIPATION – 42 COLLEGES
36.Southwestern College 37.Taft College 38.Ventura College 39.West Hills College Coalinga 40.West Hills College Lemoore 41.West Valley College 42.(College unidentified) SURVEY PARTICIPATION – 42 COLLEGES
SURVEY QUESTIONS Does your institution require taking physical activity courses to graduate?
SURVEY QUESTION 2 How many courses are required for graduation?
SURVEY QUESTION 3 Which of the following describes the structure of your activity courses?
SURVEY QUESTION 4 When was the P.E. graduation requirement instituted?
SURVEY QUESTION 5 If you don’t have a P.E. graduation requirement, did your institution every require taking a physical activity course to graduate?
SURVEY QUESTION 6 If you did have a graduation requirement, when was the requirement removed?
SUMMARY ANALYSIS 112 colleges surveyed. Response rate 38%. 69% of colleges surveyed require P.E. for graduation. Of those, 69% require 1 – 2 courses or units. 47% of physical activity courses are lab only. 65% of colleges established their graduation requirement 11 or more years ago. 9% (n = 3.8) of colleges lost their P.E. requirement in the past 5 years. 6% (n = 2.5) lost the requirement 11 or more years ago.
1995 SCOPE SURVEY OF PE GRAD REQUIREMENT 100 colleges surveyed. Response rate 73% 73% of colleges require some P.E. for graduation (4% greater) 65% required one to two units or courses 8% required 3 or more units or classes Structure of courses unknown
NEXT STEPS Be proactive in promoting the discipline. Seek leadership positions on your academic senate Endorse and share the CCCPE position statement Link P.E. to the college’s GE outcomes or ISLOs Stay abreast of legislation at www.cclc.orgwww.cclc.org Thank you for your participation!