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1 Engaging from the Start Better General Education and Transfer in California The California Context Monday, February 13 Ken O’Donnell CSU Office of the Chancellor

2 General Education Certification English CommunicationA Math & Quantitative ReasoningB4 Arts & HumanitiesC Social ScienceD Science (including lab)B1-3 Self-DevelopmentE

3 Sources of General Education (48 units total) California State University (“receiving institution”) nine upper-division units certifying California Community College (“sending institution”) 39 lower-division units prior learning at the baccalaureate level (“pass-along”) * other CCCs or four-years * military and other training * external exams (AP or IB) up to 39 units

4 hook Unique Benefits of General Education

5 hook Unique Benefits of General Education reach

6 hook Unique Benefits of General Education reach employability

7 what we havewhat we want reach hook employability

8 alienation apathy attrition

9 Debra David Project Director

10 Steering committee: Andrea Boyle ASCSU Kevin Baaske ASCSU Bettina Huber CSUN Institutional Research Debra David Project Director Patricia Kalyjian ASCSU Ken O’Donnell CSU CO Jim Postma ASCSU John Tarjan ASCSU Mark Van Selst ASCSU

11 Steering committee: Andrea Boyle ASCSU Kevin Baaske ASCSU Bettina Huber CSUN Institutional Research Debra David Project Director Patricia Kalyjian ASCSU Bernie Day Foothill College Ken O’Donnell CSU CO Michelle Pilati ASCCC Jim Postma ASCSU Barry Russell CCC CO John Tarjan ASCSU Beth Smith ASCCC Mark Van Selst ASCSU Jeff Spano CCC CO

12 Steering committee: Andrea Boyle ASCSU Kevin Baaske ASCSU Bettina Huber CSUN Institutional Research Debra David Project Director Patricia Kalyjian ASCSU Bernie Day Foothill College Ken O’Donnell CSU CO Michelle Pilati ASCCC Jim Postma ASCSU Barry Russell CCC CO Mardel Baldwin Student, CSU Dominguez Hills John Tarjan ASCSU Beth Smith ASCCC Alex Boyar Student, Sonoma State Mark Van Selst ASCSU Jeff Spano CCC CO Jeremy White Student, CSU Los Angeles

13 Steering committee: Andrea Boyle ASCSU Kevin Baaske ASCSU Bettina Huber CSUN Institutional Research Debra David Project Director Patricia Kalyjian ASCSU Bernie Day Foothill College Ken O’Donnell CSU CO Michelle Pilati ASCCC Jim Postma ASCSU Barry Russell CCC CO Mardel Baldwin Student, CSU Dominguez Hills John Tarjan ASCSU Beth Smith ASCCC Alex Boyar Student, Sonoma State Mark Van Selst ASCSU Jeff Spano CCC CO Jeremy White Student, CSU Los Angeles

14 CSU Chancellor’s General Education Advisory Group revision of Executive Order on GE Breadth Article 1 Applicability Article 2 Pathways to Meet Requirements Article 3 Premises Article 4 Distribution of Units Article 5 Transfer and Articulation Article 6 Implementation and Governance Article 1 Applicability Article 2 Pathways to Meet Requirements Article 3 Premises Article 4 Distribution of Units Article 5 Transfer and Articulation Article 6 Implementation and Governance LEAP Essential Learning Outcomes

15 reach hook employability CSU GE Breadth certification

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17 A better GE transfer curriculum will: * foreground the essential learning outcomes -- what we want students to know and be able to do * take full advantage of local expertise, opportunities, and high-impact practices without sacrificing access and portability.


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