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Tracking Student Progress after Concurrent Enrollment (CE) Making the Case for CE Patricia Goedecke Cornerstone Program Central Washington University.

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1 Tracking Student Progress after Concurrent Enrollment (CE) Making the Case for CE Patricia Goedecke Cornerstone Program Central Washington University

2 Tracking Progress after CE The problem of the invisible Concurrent Enrollment option Research questions designed to get the attention of the federal government or other desirable audiences Tools for gathering reliable data

3 Relevant Research Questions Does participation in CE lead to higher levels of college enrollment? Do CE students graduate earlier than they would otherwise? Does CE ease the transition from high school to college?

4 Student Progress Data Dataissue Data issue : Reliability Datasources Data sources : Survey responses Institutional enrollment records Transcripts

5 Research Tools Data: Institutional enrollment records Tool: National Student Clearinghouse Data: Transcripts Tool: Grade Release Authorization Form

6 Research Question: Does participation in Concurrent Enrollment lead to higher levels of college enrollment? ENROLLMENT

7 Comparison Data: Enrollment Rates

8 Survey Data: Enrollment

9 Tool: National Student Clearinghouse

10 National Student Clearinghouse Data

11 Research Question: Do Concurrent Enrollment students graduate earlier than they would otherwise? How do students use CE credits? To complete general education requirements, for example, or to advance progress in a major? ACADEMIC PROGRESS

12 Survey Data: Using CE Math credits

13 Tool: Grade Disclosure Authorization Form

14 Transcript Data: Math advancement

15 Transcript Data: English advancement

16 Transcript Data: Credits Earned

17 Research Question: Does Concurrent Enrollment ease the transition from high school to college? How well do Concurrent Enrollment students perform academically in their first quarter, semester, or year at college? How does their performance compare with that of other students at the same institution, from a similar background? ACADEMIC ACHEIVEMENT

18 Transcript Data: 1 st Qtr/Sem GPA

19 Transcript Data: GPA Drop (HS GPA minus 1 st Qtr/Sem GPA)

20 Transcript Data: 1 st Year GPA

21 Recap: CE Research Questions Does participation in CE lead to higher levels of college enrollment? Do CE students graduate earlier than they would otherwise? Does CE ease the transition from high school to college? Please consider addressing these questions in research of your own Concurrent Enrollment graduates, to strengthen the credibility of Concurrent Enrollment.


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