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1 EDUCATION COMMITTEE 23 OCTOBER 2014 TEACHING AND LEARNING CENTER Basic Skills Initiative

2 Highlights: BSI Report and Plan Format BSI Report Format and Questions to Answer:  Narrative Questions  How is your college progressing about institutionalizing your basic skills funded programs and projects? What are the obstacles to doing so?  How are you scaling up successful projects and programs?  How does your basic skills fund support the goals of SSSP plans and Student Equity plans?  Data Review Questions  Was your college’s basic skills program more successful in than it was in ?  Budget Allocation, Plan, and Outcome Questions  What has the college done to meet the BSI goals, and at what cost?  What will the college do to meet the BSI goals and how much will it cost?

3 CCCCCO EXAMPLE GOALS and ACTION PLAN ACTIVITIES [4a] Long-Term Goals (5 yrs.) for ESL/Basic Skills Goal IDLong-Term Goal Funds Allocated to this Goal A The percentage of students who begin at two levels below Freshman composition and successfully complete Freshman composition within four years will increase by 2% annually in , , and over $40,000 BThe successful progression rate of students from beginning algebra to intermediate algebra will increase 5% by $50,000 TOTAL ALLOCATION:$90,000 [4b] ESL/Basic Skills Action Plan Activity Associa ted Long- Term Goal ID Target Date for Completion Responsible Person(s)/ Department(s) Measurable Outcome(s) Funds Allocated to this Activity Continue support for the third year of the college’s Puente program and related activities. AMay 2015Puente Coordinator Percentage of Chicano students in Puente cohort who successfully complete Freshman composition will be 5% higher than the successful completion rate for Chicano students in $40,000 Explore combining the two-semesters before Freshman composition into a single-semester course. AMarch 2015 English Department Chair English department will make a decision regarding whether or not to develop new course combining the two levels of English prior to English 100 $0 Implement Supplemental Instruction for Beginning and Intermediate Algebra (developed in ) using contextualized curriculum. B May 2015 May 2015 Dean of College Learning & Instruction Supplemental Instruction will be provided for two sections each of Elementary Algebra and Intermediate Algebra in Fall 2014., also Spring Successful completion rate for algebra classes with SI support will be 10% higher than the average for the same algebra classes taught by the same instructors over the previous four semesters. $50,000 TOTAL ALLOCATION:$90,000

4 Successful and In-Progress Institutionalization of Basic Skills Innovation BCC BSI Narrative Highlights: Institutionalization Efforts InstitutionalizedInstitutionalization in Progress ENTRY: ESL Assessment and Orientation via SSSP ENTRY: Enhanced Multiple Measures Placement via GPA with BSI and Career Pathways Trust ENTRY: One-Stop Assessment and Orientation via SSSP CONNECTION and ENTRY: Basic Skills Counselor and Outreach Specialist with BSI ALL LEVELS: Faculty Professional Development is resourced from General Funds, Basic Skills, and Perkins ALL LEVELS: Staff Professional Development with BSI PROGRESS: Accelerated English, ESL, and Statistics Curriculum Development via General Fund PROGRESS: Increased and targeted resources for students in basic skills courses, including increased tutoring and supplemental instruction for students in basic skills courses with BSI PROGRESS and COMPLETION: Faculty Mentorship Pilot via PASS PROGRES and COMPLETION: One-on-One Mentoring and Peer Mentorship with PASS ALL LEVELS: Local Data Development and Validation via PASS ALL LEVELS: Data validity and capacity building with BSI

5 Learning Communities: Labs of Innovation & means to Scale! BCC BSI Narrative Highlights: Scaling Success

6 Integration with SSSP and Equity via BCC’s Educational Master Plan ALL Students At least 70% course completion w/ "c" or better" towards a program of study -Completion Honor Roll -Progress Probation -Academic Probation New, 1 st time cert/degree/transfer - SSSP Focus -% Major declaration -% Undeclared major -FT/PT -complete 20 transferable units or stackable degree -Participation outside classroom in campus services & activities Equity Focus -Participation in campus services & activities -Course completion in gatekeeper GE & program courses BSI Focus -ESL/Math Completion -Support new accelerated English BCC BSI Narrative Highlights: Integration

7 How can these BSI successes inform our equity and SSSP planning? Disaggregated data needed ASAP! BCC BSI Narrative Highlights: Data Review CCCCO DataLocal DataOutcome English Requires Resubmission to state upon correction of coding English 204Local data shows increased success and completion ESL as wellESL AccelerationPreliminary local data shows increased success and completion Math as w ? ell Math 206Increased success and completion Was your college’s basic skills program more successful in than it was in

8 BSI Funding Structure Current Year Allocation  Based on enrollment in basic skills and ESL courses and transfer of basic skills students from high school  BCC receives the minimum $90,000 annually Prior Year Allocations and Expenditures  Allocations previously carried over, or “rolled” for three years  Rolls permits flexibility and provides for fiscal resiliency for the most vulnerable students  As of last year, BSI now only rolls for two years In this draft, BCC is reporting on:  3 rd Year Prior (11-12) expenditures  2 nd Year Prior (12-13) expenditures and roll  1 st Year Prior (13-14) expenditures and roll  Current Year (14-15) expenditure plan

9 BSI Funding Structure Prior Year Funding Expenditures and Roll Example and Explanation One: Roll In 13-14, BCC used ~$21K of $90K on supplemental instruction and ~$1ooo for coordination plan is to distribute remaining across Counseling, Supplemental Instruction, Library Resources, Coordination, and PD. Category Total Allocation for Total Expenditures by Category from 7/1/13 through 6/30/14 Total Planned Amounts by Category as of 6/30/14 A. Program, Curriculum Planning and Development $0 B. Student Assessment $0 C. Advisement and Counseling Services $0$9, D. Supplemental Instruction and Tutoring $21,230.23$40,000 E. Course Articulation/ Alignment of the Curriculum $0$3000 F. Instructional Materials and Equipment $0$ G.1 Coordination $ $ G.2 Research $0 G.3 Professional Development $0$4500 TOTAL: $90,000 $22, $67,675.59

10 BSI Funding Structure Current Year Funding Plan Example and Explanation Two: [4b] ESL/Basic Skills Action Plan (expires June 2017) Activity Associate d Long- Term Goal ID Target Date for Completio n Responsible Person(s)/ Department(s) Measurable Outcome(s) Funds Allocated to this Activity English, ESL, and Math Supplemental Instruction and Tutoring, including for CTE and STEM students A, B, C 30 June 2015 English, ESL, and Math Department Chairs and Deans Increased student completion, success, and retention of courses, including transfer level courses $30,000 Extra Service for Accelerated Math Curriculum and Program Development and Online Resource Database C 30 June 2015 Math Department Chair and Deans Increased student completion, success, and retention of courses, including transfer level statistics courses $4,000 Basic Skills and ESL Counselor and Outreach Specialist A, B, C 30 June 2015 Counseling Department Chairs and Deans Increased number of students assessed and registered, as well as community partner referrals Increased initial SEP, retention, and early alert $38,326 Professional Development Resources for Faculty and Staff A, B, C 30 June 2015 Vice President of Instruction and Vice President of Student Services Increased student completion, success, and retention of courses, including transfer level statistics courses $5,400 Convening, monitoring, and reporting A, B, C 30 June 2015 Director of Special Projects and CTE Increased student completion, success, and retention of courses, including transfer level statistics courses $12,274 TOTAL ALLOCATION:$90,000

11 BSI Funding Structure 3 year totals summary 3 Year BSI Fund Summary Category Current Year Allocation Planned Expenditure by Category Roll12-13 RollTotals Program and Curriculum Planning and Development $4000$3000$9000$16,000 Student Assessment $0 $5000 Advisement and Counseling Services $38,326$9,872.86$0$48, Supplemental Instruction and Tutoring $30,000$43,466.98$13,091.94$86, Coordination & Research $12,274$ $11,835.75$30, Professional Development $5400$4500$5000$14,900 TOTAL: $90,000$67,675.59$43,927.69$201,603.28

12 BSI Draft Report and Plan Review However…feedback needed!  Please split into equal review groups representing the past and current BSI resources provided to students at their:  Connection to BCC  Entry to BCC  Progress at BCC  Transfer and Completion at BCC  As a group, review the draft report and plan to ensure BSI resources have been, and will be harnessed and braided to:  Meet our BSI goal promises at EACH point our students, and potential students, travel at BCC  Document on your copy, AND, if time permits share out, your feedback and recommendations

13 ADDITIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR FEEDBACK: ROUNDTABLE, EQUITY, SENATE, THANK YOU! Basic Skills Initiative


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