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1 SSBTN Links to Texas Student Success Points Dr. Cynthia Ferrell Associate Director, Student Success Initiatives The University of Texas at Austin

2 82 nd Texas Legislative Session HB9 Instructed the THECB to coordinate with institutions to develop methodologies that would incorporate student success measures into potential funding methodologies for the 83rd Legislature to consider.

3 Source: National Conference of State Legislatures Formal discussions on Performance funding Transitioning to Performance funding Performance funding in place Creating financial incentive to increase postsecondary credentials is gaining steam

4 Evidence of the Impacts of Higher Education Performance Funding is Limited The Impact of State Funding Systems on Higher Education Institutions: Research Literature Review and Policy Recommendations Dougherty and Reddy, 2011

5 Immediate Impacts of Performance Funding Increased Awareness of State Priorities Increased Awareness of Institution’s Own Performance Increased Status Competition

6 Intermediate Impacts of Performance Funding Increased Use of Data in Institutional Planning Academic Improvements (organizational structures, staffing, altering programs, instruction, services, registration practices, success courses, advising, tutoring,…)

7 Ultimate Impacts of Performance Funding Improved Retention? Tennessee – no Ohio – administrators responses indicated yes, but no corroborating data in study

8 Ultimate Impacts of Performance Funding Improved Remediation? Florida – yes (completing remedial sequence in 2 years) Washington – yes (ABE/GED or ESL students gaining 1 level in 1 year)

9 Ultimate Impacts of Performance Funding Improved Graduation Rates? Florida – yes, associates degrees and certificates up 19% ( ) Washington - yes, associates degrees and certificates up 38% ( ) Ohio – yes, baccalaureate degrees up 18% ( )

10 Related Policy Recommendations Improve institutional capacity to create a culture of inquiry and engage in systemic organizational learning Broad engagement, including faculty Resist narrowing of institutional mission Protect academic standards Maintain open access (at-risk students)

11 House Appropriations Committee Education Subcommittee TACC Testimony

12 Texas Community College Unrestricted Funds:

13 COLLEGE READY 1 ST COLLEGE LEVEL MATH 1 ST COLLEGE LEVEL READING/W RITING DEGREE OR CERTIFICATE 30 CREDITS15 CREDITS TRANSFER WITH 15 HOURS DEGREES/CERTIF ICATES IN CRITICAL FIELDS TEXAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENT SUCCESS POINTS (proposed)

14 COLLEGE READY 1 ST COLLEGE LEVEL MATH 1 ST COLLEGE LEVEL READING/W RITING DEGREE OR CERTIFICATE 30 CREDITS15 CREDITS TRANSFER WITH 15 HOURS DEGREES/CERTIF ICATES IN CRITICAL FIELDS TEXAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENT SUCCESS POINTS (proposed) Student became college-ready in Math = 1 point Student became college-ready in Reading =.5 point Student became college-ready in Writing =.5 point 1 ST COLLEGE LEVEL MATH 1 ST COLLEGE LEVEL READING/W RITING DEGREE OR CERTIFICATE 30 CREDITS15 CREDITS TRANSFER WITH 15 HOURS DEGREES/CERTIF ICATES IN CRITICAL FIELDS

15 1 ST COLLEGE LEVEL MATH TEXAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENT SUCCESS POINTS (proposed) Student completed the first college-level Math course = 1 point COLLEGE READY 1 ST COLLEGE LEVEL READING/W RITING DEGREE OR CERTIFICATE 30 CREDITS15 CREDITS TRANSFER WITH 15 HOURS DEGREES/CERTIF ICATES IN CRITICAL FIELDS

16 1 ST COLLEGE LEVEL READING/WRITING TEXAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENT SUCCESS POINTS (proposed) Student completed the first college-level Reading course =.5 point Student completed the first college-level Writing course =.5 point Student completed the first college-level Reading/Writing Intensive course = 1 point COLLEGE READY 1 ST COLLEGE LEVEL MATH DEGREE OR CERTIFICATE 30 CREDITS15 CREDITS TRANSFER WITH 15 HOURS DEGREES/CERTIF ICATES IN CRITICAL FIELDS

17 30 CREDITS 15 CREDITS TEXAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENT SUCCESS POINTS (proposed) Student completed their first 15 hours = 1 point Student completed their first 30 hours = 1 point COLLEGE READY 1 ST COLLEGE LEVEL MATH 1 ST COLLEGE LEVEL READING/W RITING DEGREE OR CERTIFICATE TRANSFER WITH 15 HOURS DEGREES/CERTIF ICATES IN CRITICAL FIELDS

18 DEGREE OR CERTIFICATE TEXAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENT SUCCESS POINTS (proposed) Student earned a degree or certificate = 2 points COLLEGE READY 1 ST COLLEGE LEVEL MATH 1 ST COLLEGE LEVEL READING/W RITING 30 CREDITS15 CREDITS TRANSFER WITH 15 HOURS DEGREES/CERTIF ICATES IN CRITICAL FIELDS

19 TEXAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENT SUCCESS POINTS (proposed) Student earned a degree or certificate in a critical field = additional.25 point COLLEGE READY 1 ST COLLEGE LEVEL MATH 1 ST COLLEGE LEVEL READING/W RITING DEGREE OR CERTIFICATE 30 CREDITS15 CREDITS TRANSFER WITH 15 HOURS

20 TEXAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENT SUCCESS POINTS (proposed) Student transferred to a 4-year institution after completing 15 hours = 2 points COLLEGE READY 1 ST COLLEGE LEVEL MATH 1 ST COLLEGE LEVEL READING/W RITING DEGREE OR CERTIFICATE 30 CREDITS15 CREDITS DEGREES/CERTIF ICATES IN CRITICAL FIELDS

21 * The 2009 data on college readiness is omitted here; THECB revised the CBM002 reporting format in 2009, which led to reporting and data irregularities at some institutions. Source: THECB Accountability System, Community College Milestones (based on the proposed Student Success Points model) Numbers are rounded so they may differ from the Accountability System by less than 1 Measure 1: College Readiness

22 Source: THECB Accountability System, Community College Milestones (based on the proposed Student Success Points model) Numbers are rounded so they may differ from the Accountability System by less than 1 Measures 2 & 3: Complete First College-Level Math and Reading/Writing Courses

23 Source: THECB Accountability System, Community College Milestones (based on the proposed Student Success Points model) Numbers are rounded so they may differ from the Accountability System by less than 1 Measures 4 & 5: Complete 15 and 30 Hours

24 Source: THECB Accountability System, Community College Milestones (based on the proposed Student Success Points model) Numbers are rounded so they may differ from the Accountability System by less than 1 Measures 6, 7 & 8: Degrees, Core Curriculum Completers, and Certificates Awarded; Graduates in Critical Fields; and Transfers to a 4-Year Institution

25 Measure 1: College Readiness Very LargeLargeMediumSmallStatewide Math Ready 2009* Average # of Students00000 Average Points Earned Average # of Students2, ,849 Average Points Earned2, , Average # of Students2, ,413 Average Points Earned2, ,413 % Change from %64%7%12%5% Reading Ready 2009* Average # of Students00000 Average Points Earned Average # of Students2, ,022 Average Points Earned1, , Average # of Students2, ,708 Average Points Earned1, ,854 % Change from %93%-5%0%2% Writing Ready 2009* Average # of Students00000 Average Points Earned Average # of Students ,215 Average Points Earned , Average # of Students1, ,114 Average Points Earned ,557 % Change from %109%-6%18%11% Source: THECB Accountability System, Community College Milestones (based on the proposed Student Success Points model) Numbers are rounded so they may differ from the Accountability System by less than 1 Statewide Community College Success Points By Institutional Peer Groups

26 Source: THECB Accountability System, Community College Milestones (based on the proposed Student Success Points model) Numbers are rounded so they may differ from the Accountability System by less than 1


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