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1 Dr. Carole Goldsmith Vice Chancellor WHCCD

2 Capital Investments The C6 Consortium, representing 11 Central California community colleges committed to change, is working together to lead reform efforts that will change educational practice and policies in California.

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4 Capital Investments

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6  Central Valley Region  Only California consortium to be funded  Nearly $20 for the Valley over 3 years (4 years)  Focus on: Employer need  Ag/Manufacturing – All the trades that support manufacturing - Electrical, welding, mechanic  Health care – Psych Tech, LVN-to-RN upgrade, Psych Tech-to-RN, and other allied health  Alternative Energy – Solar Technician, Hybrid Tech, Retro-fit, Clean energy

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8 Source: Complete College America

9 Capital Investments Students who earn a California Community College degree or certificate nearly double their earnings within 3 years Associate degree holders earn 33% more than those with a high school degree only For associate degree holders, the unemployment rate is 30% lower than those with only a high school diploma

10  Cerro Coso = Health  COS = Health, Ag and Manufacturing  Fresno City College = Health Care  Reedley = Agriculture, Manufacturing, Welding LVN/RN, ACE  Bakersfield = Health Care Alternative Clean Energy  Porterville = Psych Tech  Merced = Health, Ag and Manufacturing  San Joaquin Delta = Psych Tech  WHC Coalinga = Health, Ag and Manufacturing Alternative Clean Energy  WHC Lemoore = Health Care  TOTAL = 3,069

11 1. Design an Integrated Program 2. Enact Cohort Enrollment 3. Implement Block Schedules 4. Compress Classroom Instruction 5. Embed Remediation 6. Increase Transparency, Accountability and Labor Market Relevance 7. Transformative Technology 8. Innovative Student Support Services

12 Capital Investments West Hills – Overall coordination of RED Teams  RED Teams – Faculty, Administration and employers  Reedley – Lead for Agriculture Manufacturing  Fresno City – Lead for Health Care  WHC Coalinga – Lead for Alternative Energy  Bakersfield – Basic Skills Embedding  Year 1 – Planning, curriculum redesign, open source, cohort/individual data collection system development

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15 Capital Investments  Align multiple resources with C6 project  Better use of technology to support students  Common centralized diagnostic assessments  Develop alternative basic skills curriculum  Prescriptive student approach ◦ Require student assessments ◦ Require students to participate in support resources ◦ Address basic skills deficiencies while in CTE ◦ Provide students with full time block schedules Improved Instructional Delivery + Completion = Employment

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17 Capital Investments This is a really big deal. Publicly funded resources should be open educational resources. Forward thinking requirement Let’s get it right

18 All Rights Reserved Some Rights Reserved vs. Open Licensing 18 20millionminds

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26 Our Big Bet Depends Upon Faculty Faculty are working together across disciplines. Faculty are working with employers in new ways…mutually beneficial Educators will to offer their knowledge for the benefit of all--for free or low cost (e.g. Creative Common licenses). A faculty that can create a open textbook from existing free open content, matching or bettering the publisher versions. The proliferation of computer technologies offering low costs websites, collaboration software, databases (repositories), and document processing Expansion of print-on-demand providers. Authors and educators embracing computer technologies.

27 “Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.” ~ Henry Ford

28 20millionminds Employer Partners Can Make this a Huge Win….

29  Become engaged in the dialogue at your local college…tell us what you really think! ◦ OER Textbooks… ◦ Regional and state certifications  Allow students to serve as interns (paid or unpaid…they are looking for the experience)  Then…hire an intern!

30 Capital Investments C6 Consortium /partnerships/c6/taaccct/


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