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1 LACCD Strategic Plan Internal Scan A. Enrollment Trends and Student Characteristics

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9 LACCD Strategic Plan Internal Scan B. Student Preparation

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11 Figure B2: Assessment Levels in English, Fall Entering Cohort Transfer Level 1 Level below Transfer 2 Levels below Transfer 3 Levels below Transfer ESL Placement Placement Undetermined Total Assessed %20.8%28.8%22.0%14.0%4.7%100.0% %21.9%31.0%22.4%14.9%0.4%100.0% %20.7%28.5%23.0%13.1%0.5%100.0% %23.8%29.1%21.2%12.7%0.3%100.0% %23.9%29.0%18.7%13.9%0.1%100.0% %23.2%27.5%23.2%12.2%0.2%100.0% %26.1%25.2%18.1%13.3%0.1%100.0% %26.8%28.5%18.1%13.2%0.0%100.0% %25.8%29.8%19.7%11.6%0.0%100.0% %25.1%31.4%18.8%11.6%0.0%100.0% %28.6%29.0%16.1%11.8%0.0%100.0% All13.3%24.2%28.9%20.2%12.9%0.5%100.0% Asian14.0%20.2%19.8%13.9%31.7%0.5%100.0% Black9.9%22.8%35.9%30.2%1.1%0.1%100.0% Hispanic10.1%24.4%31.6%22.9%10.2%0.7%100.0% White25.4%28.4%21.0%7.2%17.7%0.2%100.0% Female12.3%23.6%28.7%20.3%14.6%0.5%100.0% Male14.5%25.1%29.2%20.1%10.7%0.5%100.0%

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13 Figure B4: Assessment Levels in Math Fall Entering Cohort Transfer Level 1 Level below Transfer 2 Levels below Transfer 3 Levels below Transfer 4 Levels Below Transfer 5 Levels Below Transfer Total Assessed %13.2%26.7%15.5%30.6%7.2%100.0% %12.9%25.2%18.7%32.8%3.4%100.0% %12.9%21.4%19.5%35.5%4.4%100.0% %12.9%22.3%18.3%36.5%3.9%100.0% %14.3%21.0%22.7%32.4%3.7%100.0% %13.4%18.8%21.8%34.8%5.4%100.0% %18.2%21.6%22.5%28.5%0.9%100.0% %17.1%21.8%22.9%28.7%1.6%100.0% %16.6%23.1%28.6%22.7%2.1%100.0% %14.0%19.3%30.4%27.5%2.5%100.0% %13.8%17.0%37.1%26.1%2.6%100.0% All6.5%14.5%21.5%23.6%30.6%3.4%100.0% Asian21.1%27.4%21.8%15.8%13.1%0.8%100.0% Black1.3%6.6%19.1%23.0%41.5%8.4%100.0% Hispanic2.4%11.2%21.3%26.2%35.8%3.1%100.0% White13.5%23.7%24.6%22.2%15.4%0.6%100.0% Female5.4%13.2%20.5%24.0%33.3%3.6%100.0% Male7.7%16.1%22.6%23.2%27.2%3.2%100.0%

14 LACCD Strategic Plan Internal Scan C. Student Success

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21 Figure C13: Degrees and Certificates by Ethnicity Award TypeFiscal YearAsianBlackHispanicWhite American Indian/Other Non-White Unknown/ Decline to State All Ethnicities AA/AS ,169 1, , ,337 1, , ,046 2,453 1, , ,498 1, , ,061 1,081 2,664 1, , , ,554 1, , , ,531 1, , , ,639 1, , , ,561 1, , , , , ,309 Total (over 11 years) 10,308 9,813 27,179 11,711 1,566 2,855 63,432 Certif , , , , , , , , , , , , ,397 Total (over 11 years) 3,556 3,295 9,806 3, ,087 21,866 Skill Cert , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,271 Total (over 11 years) 3,529 4,681 12,063 5, ,235 27,961

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25 Figure C17: Persistence and Completion among Degree-Seeking Students by Gender (Fall 2004 Cohort) Persistence Successful Course Completion Rate Completion (within 6 years from entry) Transfer Prepared* * N (%)To Second Term To Second YearCertificate Associate DegreeTransfer Program Completion Rate* Female6,133 (56.4%)85.4%73.0%67.4%5.2%19.9%25.4%36.2%6.1% Male4,739 (43.6%)82.6%68.4%65.5%4.4%13.4%25.1%32.5%6.1% Total10, %71.0%66.7%4.8%17.1%25.3%34.6%6.1% Figure C18: Persistence and Completion among Degree-Seeking Students by Ethnicity (Fall 2004 Cohort) Persistence Successful Course Completion Rate Completion (within 6 years from entry) Transfer Prepared* * N (%) To Second Term To Second YearCertificate Associate DegreeTransfer Program Completion Rate* African-American1,363 (12.5%)75.1%58.7%55.9%3.5%9.8%19.2%24.8%3.1% Asian1,407 (12.9%)86.6%76.3%73.3%4.2%21.0%33.5%45.1%9.2% Caucasian1,905 (17.5%)86.8%74.4%75.8%4.4%21.4%41.5%49.3%5.9% Hispanic5,420 (49.9%)84.6%71.1%63.7%5.8%16.0%17.1%27.6%6.2% Other777 (7.1%)86.5%73.7%69.4%3.2%19.3%38.2%45.3%5.5% Total10, %71.0%66.7%4.8%17.1%25.3%34.6%6.1%

26 LACCD Strategic Plan Internal Scan D. Instructional Staffing and Fiscal Measures

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33 LACCD Strategic Plan Internal Scan E. Human Resource

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35 Full-Time Faculty< Average Age LACCD6.0%17.1%23.9%38.7%14.3%53.8 Statewide5.6%21.8%29.4%34.8%8.4%51.5 Adjunct Faculty< Average Age LACCD12.6%21.5%22.1%24.7%19.1%51.8 Statewide13.4%21.2%24.6%27.3%13.5%50.4

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39 Figure E6: Regular Faculty Hires for (Included in Fall FON Submit) CityEastHarborMissionPierce South- west Trade- TechValleyWest District Total

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42 CollegePresidentTerm in OfficeLength of Term in Office City1… – 07/2005… 208/2005 – 08/20072 years, 1 month 309/2007 – present4 years, 2 months East1… – 07/2006… 208/2006 – 06/20081 year, 11 months 107/2008 – 08/20113 years, 2 months 308/2011 – present3 months Harbor1… – 07/2010… 208/2010 – present1 year, 3 months Mission1… – 10/2005… 211/2005 – 07/20069 months 308/2006 – 03/20081 year, 8 months 404/2008 – 01/20112 years, 10 months 502/2011 – 04/20113 months 605/2011 – present6 months Pierce1… – 01/2006… 202/2006 – 07/20093 years, 6 months 308/2009 – 07/20101 year 408/2010 – 01/20116 months 302/2011 – 04/20113 months 405/2011 – present6 months Southwest1… – 07/2006… 207/2006 – present5 years, 4 months Trade-Tech1… – 08/2005… 208/2005 – 07/20061 year 308/2006 – present5 years, 3 months Valley1… – 06/2008… 206/2008 – present3 years, 5 months West1… – 07/2005… 208/2005 – 06/ months 307/2006 – 06/20104 years 407/2010 – 08/20102 months 509/2010 – 07/ months 608/2011 – present3 months Figure E10: Presidential Turnover

43 CityEastHarborMissionPierceSouthwestTrade-TechValleyWest 1=Givens1=Moreno1=Spink1=Barrera1=Oliver1=Levy1=Castro1=Wieder1=Quiambo 2=Maradian2=Isomoto2=Martinez2=Leyba2=Garber2=Daniels2=Harris2=Carleo2=Givens 3=Moore3=Wieder 3=Moreno3=McCaslin 3=Chapdelaine 3=Rocha 4=Valles4=Burke-Kelly 4=Regalado 5=Burke-Kelly 5=Joyce 6=Perez 6=Abu-Gazaleh

44 LACCD Strategic Plan Internal Scan F. Economic Impact

45 Figure F1: Key Findings from Recent (2008) LACCD Economic Impact Study Students enjoy an attractive 24% annual return on their investment of time and money. For every $1 students invest in the Los Angeles Community College District (“the LACCD” or “the District”), they receive a cumulative $7.60 in higher future income over the course of their working careers. Taxpayers see a real money return of 10% on their annual investments in the District. The State of California benefits from improved health and reduced welfare, unemployment, and crime, saving the public some $38.5 million per year each year that students are in the workforce. The Los Angeles County economy receives roughly $9.1 billion in regional income each year due to the LACCD and its past and present students. This figure amounts to roughly 1.8% of the area’s total annual income.


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