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1 Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative Presented by: Theresa Tena, Vice Chancellor for Institutional Effectiveness Dr. Barry Gribbons, Deputy Chancellor, College of the Canyons Dr. Matthew C. Lee, Project Director, Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative Julie Bruno, Vice President Statewide Academic Senate, Faculty Sierra CCD Dr. Paul Steenhausen, Executive Director, Success Center for CA Community Colleges February 20, 2015

2 Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative Advance Community College’s Institutional Effectiveness Drawing on Expertise within the System Funded by California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office December 2014 to June 30, 2019 $2.5 million per year

3 Executive Committee Chancellor’s Office College of the Canyons Foothill College Academic Senate for CCC Success Center for CCC – Funded by The Kresge Foundation – Administered by Foundation for CCC – Key focus on professional development

4 California Community Colleges Are the Largest, Most Effective and Innovative System of Higher Education in the World! Celebrate Hundreds of Innovations from the 112 Community Colleges on Nearly Every Topic Imaginable Support Disseminating These Innovations Throughout the System Recognize that 1 in 5 of Nation’s Community College Students Attends a California Community College

5 What Can We Do For You? Professional Development Resources – Online Clearinghouse on Topics of Interest Effective practices for institutional effectiveness Problematic practices to avoid – Webinars / Workshops in North and South

6 Professional Development Resources Online Clearinghouse – Coordinated by Success Center for California Community Colleges – Pull Together Hundreds of Existing Resources by Topic (e.g. Integrated Planning, SLO Assessment, Board Governance, etc.), Highlighting Exemplary Practices Additional Webinars and Drive-In Workshops in the North and South on Topics Identified Based on Input from the Field Support Professional Development by Statewide Organizations Related to Institutional Effectiveness

7 Partnership Resource Teams Not Just a Single Visit: Team Commits to 3 Visits or More As Needed Understand Issues and Identify Scope of Support Develop Ideas for College’s Improvement Plan in Areas Such As: Accreditation Issues Budget, Fiscal, and Audit Issues Integrated Planning Enrollment Management Board Governance SLO Assessment Tools and Processes Follow Up Support As Needed

8 Partnership Resource Teams Grants of Up to $150,000 as Seed Money to Expedite Implementation of College’s Improvement Plan (Available Until Funds Run Out) College CEO Completes Short Letter of Interest Team Visits Start in Spring 2015

9 Advisory Committee Nominations from numerous Statewide Organizations Appointments by the ASCCC Advisory Committee Workgroups Provide Input on What’s Needed – Indicators – Technical Assistance Process – Professional Development – Policy Issues Monthly Meetings Began January 26

10 Indicator System Required by Legislature Draw Heavily on Existing Resources Indicators Developed by Advisory Committee Workgroup Institutional Goals Set by Colleges Results of v1.0 by June 30, 2015 Include: – Student Performance and Outcomes (e.g., Scorecard) – Accreditation Status – Fiscal Viability – Compliance w/State and Federal Programmatic Guidelines

11 What We Need From Colleges Provide Input and Feedback to Your Organizational Representatives on the Advisory Committee Identify Topics You Want Covered in Professional Development Express Interest in a Technical Assistance Visit Volunteer for Partnership Resource Team Pool

12 What We Need From Faculty Provide Input and Feedback to Your Faculty Representatives Submit Topics for Professional Development Activities Express interest in a Technical Assistance visit in consultation with other college leaders Work with your CEO on 10+1 Areas for TA Visit Volunteer for Partnership Resource Team Pool

13 Faculty Representatives on IEPI IEPI Executive Committee: Julie Bruno, ASCCC, Sierra College IEPI Advisory Workgroups: John Stanskas, ASCCC, San Bernardino College Grant Goold, American River College Roberta Eisel, Citrus College Yolanda Bellisimo, College of Marin Fabio Gonzalez, San Jose City College Catherine Webb, Monterey Peninsula College

14 Desired Outcomes Enhance Organizational Functioning at All Levels Use Input Received During Technical Assistance and Other Parts of the Initiative to Strengthen Policy and Structure Enhance Capacity at Colleges Move Away from Pointing Fingers to Celebrating Outcomes

15 Contact Information Theresa Tena VC IE, Chancellor’s Office, Dr. Barry Gribbons, Asst. Supt College of the Canyons, Dr. Matthew Lee, Project Director IEPI, Julie Bruno, VP Academic Senate, Dr. Paul Steenhausen, Ex Dir. Success Center,


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