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1 RPT Chairs’ Meeting Ministry Update School College Work Initiative Chairs Meeting November 7,

2 Introductory Remarks 2

3 Dual Credit Student Data Report

4 Participation Student participation increased by 16 % over (15,961 students to 18,584 students) Number of programs increased by 11% In , approved vs actual student participants was 93% as compared to 80% in the previous year 4

5 Success Rates 5

6 Retention Rates 6

7 Target Group Participation by Program Focus 18,584 dual credit students provincially 13,769 in the primary target group (74%) 3,560 SHSM students (19%) 1,255 OYAP students (7%) 7

8 Retention by Target Group Target Group Number of Students Retention Rate Primary Target Group 13,76986% SHSM3,56091% OYAP1,25590% Provincial18,58487% 8 RPT Data

9 Success by Target Group Target Group Number of Students Success Rate Primary Target Group 13,76986% SHSM3,56090% OYAP1,25586% Provincial18,58486% 9 RPT Data

10 Approved vs Actual by Target Group Target Group Number of Students Approved vs. Actual Primary Target Group 13,76993% SHSM3,56087% OYAP1,25583% Provincial18,58493% 10 RPT Data

11 Provincial Dual Credit Footprint (RPT Data) 11 Dual C redits Students Grade 11 and 12 Students = xx% 18, ,252* = 4.8% * grade 11 and grade 12 enrolment (source: OnSIS)

12 Provincial Student Participation in Pathway Programs Program % Dual Credit (grades 11 and 12 students; OnSIS Data) 2.8% SHSM (grades 11 and 12 students; OnSIS Data) 9.1% Co-op (grades 9-12 students; OnSIS data) 11.9% OYAP Participation (grades 11 and 12 students; EOIS-APPR data) 5.0% OYAP Registration (grades 11 and 12 students; EOIS-APPR data) 1.3% 12

13 Students who Earned an OSSD (OnSIS Data) 6,026 students who earned a dual credit (as reported to OnSIS) earned their OSSD in % of dual credit students (OnSIS data) 13

14 Number of dual credit students who have applied to go to college ( and dual credit students) Dual Credit Students Dual Credit Students Total Students in Dual Credits 7,57012,202 College Applicants – One Year After 1,47319%2,45821% College Applicants -- Two Years After 2,34731%-- 14

15 Number of dual credit students who have registered for college ( and dual credit students) Dual Credit Students Dual Credit Students Total Students in Dual Credits 7,57012,202 College Registrants – One Year After %184215% College Registrants -- Two Years After %-- 15

16 College Conversion Rates ( and dual credit students) Dual Credit Students Dual Credit Students One Year After 71%73% Two Years After 79%-- 16

17 “Did they stay or did they go?” DC Students Registered Dual Credit Students Dual Credit Students One Year After Two Years After One Year After at same college where taken dual credit at different college than where taken dual credit

18 Number of dual credit students who have applied to university ( and dual credit students) Dual Credit Students Dual Credit Students Total Students in Dual Credits 7,57012,202 University Applicants – One Year After 1712%2912% University Applicants -- Two Years After 4045%-- 18

19 School Within a College Participant Survey 19

20 Objectives of the Survey To assess how SWAC programs help students have a relevant and engaging high school experience To assess how SWAC programs help students explore and prepare for the post-secondary pathway of their choice 20

21 School Within a College (SWAC) : 1,500 students : 2,050 students : 3,048 students 49% increase in the number of SWAC students over last year 21

22 SWAC Survey Participants Survey sent to 3,048 SWAC students Responses from 513 students (approximately 17% - same as previous year) 22

23 SWAC Survey Participant Profile 65% of students are 18 or under 45% were working while taking the program (consistent with the previous year) 98% of respondents took at least one dual credit 23

24 SWAC Survey Participant Profile 24

25 % of SWAC Survey Participants Who Were Early School Leavers 25

26 Who Referred Students to SWAC? 26

27 Reasons for Enrolling in SWAC 27 Note: Same top 6 reasons chosen since 2009

28 28 How Did The SWAC Program Help?

29 Destinations after Completing High School

30 SWAC Survey Conclusions As a result of the SWAC program, students felt more confident in their academic abilities Students perceptions of school, as well as their future career and educational plans, have changed significantly The majority of participants with post- secondary plans declared that SWAC had a positive influence on their decision SWAC is being used as a re-engagement strategy 30

31 Summer SWAC The program requirements: –1 dual credit + 1 Ontario curriculum credit –Dual credit teacher –On campus The results: –211 students approved (85% of seats filled) –10 programs –87 % retention rate –90 % success rate for Dual Credits 31

32 Summer Single Dual Credits The program requirements: –1 dual credit –Dual credit teacher –On campus The results: –302 students approved (66% of seats filled) –17 programs –89 % retention rate –91 % success rate for Dual Credits 32

33 Improvements to EDCS Website Requested columns Note boxes in transportation Approach by program in extracts 33

34 Overview 34

35 Overview Focus –Data-based decision making –Continue work with TCU around apprenticeship dual credits –Focus on program quality 35

36 Pathways to Apprenticeship Fact Sheets –Students must have a Registered Training Agreement to get TCU seat purchase –TCU will provide seat purchase funding if there is a sufficient number of suitable students and the TDA college has the capacity to deliver –SCWI seat purchase is only for Primary Target Group student 36

37 EDU Website Documents can be found on the Ministry of Education Website html 37

38 Thanks et Merci 38


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