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2 Funded primarily by two-year grant from Kresge Foundation. Housed in Foundation for California Community Colleges. –Tightly integrated into CCC Chancellor’s Office operations. Kresge-funded Centers in six other states.

3 Kresge’s Goal for Centers—To increase the coordination, effectiveness, and scale of student success programs and initiatives. –Provide support, data, shared venue for community colleges to develop and implement completion agenda. Our Mission—To help the CCC system continue to advance the Student Success Initiative and continue to make gains on student achievement.

4 Key focus on professional development—To expand learning opportunities for faculty, staff, and administrators and increase ease of access to best practices throughout the state and country. –Vision: For CCC to have the best system of professional development in the country.

5 Projects/Programs –Develop online professional development portal (clearinghouse) for faculty, staff, and administrators. Six upcoming regional summits. –Leverage Institutional Effectiveness program for on-site professional development. –Partner with system advocates to influence state- level policy change related to student success. –Adopt a few other potentially high-impact issues.

6 Advisory Board –CCCCIO (Craig Justice!) –Academic Senate –The League –CSSO Association –Classified Staff –Student Senate –RP Group –Department of Finance –Legislative Analyst’s Office

7 The Center needs your help! –Input on clearinghouse’s functionalities and content. –Identification of best practices. –Participation in beta testing. –Your program expertise and insights.

8 Instructional Services and Program Unit Update LeBaron Woodyard Dean, Academic Affairs

9 Basic Skills and ESL Initiative Monthly Webinars Scheduled – 2 nd Friday of the month (12:00 Noon -1:00 PM) Basic Coordinator Certification New Basic Skills Staff Funding formula basics Prior Year Carry-over Limitations Basic Skills Advisory Committee

10 Stand-Alone Courses Sunset of statutory authority for local districts to approve courses that are not a part of a program These courses are now required to be approved by the Chancellor’s Office

11 Professional Development Program AB 2558 Chaptered Professional Development Committee Title 5 Regulations $25 Million Budget Change Proposal Professional Development Summits

12 Noncredit Programs Career Development and College Preparation (CDCP) funding levels for 2015 will be equal to credit levels Eligible categories are: – Basic Skills – ESL – Short Term Vocational Education – Workforce Preparation

13 Distance Education Online Education Initiative State Authorization Distance Education Monthly Meetings – 3 rd Friday of the month (12:00 Noon – 1:30 PM) DEC 101 – (DE Coordinator Professional Development Course) Distance Education and Educational Technology Advisory Committee

14 Flex Calendar Program Release date of Certification Forms for is February 2, 2015 Submission date: June 1, 2015 Expansion of the number of days form/submission process

15 Library and Learning Resources Programs Annual Survey Release: November 15, 2014 Due date: January 12, 2015 Title 5 requirement

16 Institutional Effectiveness Presented by: Theresa Tena, Vice Chancellor for Institutional Effectiveness

17 Agenda Unique Opportunity Student Success Initiative Statutory Language Request for Application: timeline / activities Question and Answer

18 Unique Opportunity Student Success Initiative Evidence Based Decision Making Administration and Legislative Support State and National Focus ACCJC Standards Stable Fiscal Environment

19 Student Success Initiative 1.Student education planning 2.System-wide enrollment priorities 3.Common Assessment 4.Refocusing student support services under the SSSP 5.Student Success Scorecard 6.Student Equity 7.Associate Degree for Transfer 8.Online Education Initiative 9.Adult Education Reform 10.Community College Baccalaureate Degree 11.Education in state prisons

20 Statutory Language Higher Education Trailer Bill – SB 860 (Ch. 34, Statutes 2004) signed June 20, 2014 CO in coordination w/stakeholder group, fiscal and policy committee, DOF – develop and BOG adopt “a framework of indicators” to measure the ongoing condition of CC operational environment: Accreditation status Fiscal viability Student performance and outcomes Compliance w/state and federal guidelines BOG ADOPT MARCH & MAY 2015 MEETINGS

21 INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS Academic AffairsStudent ServicesResearch & Workforce Econ Dev Fiscal

22 Statutory Language Higher Education Trailer Bill As a condition of receipt of SSSP funds – colleges, develop, adopt, post goals framework that addresses the four categories REMINDER: SYSTEMWIDE GOALS ADOPTED BY BOG – JULY Student success 2.Equity 3.Student services 4.Efficiency 5.Access Before start of district to send to CO for posting – locally developed and adopted college/district goals and target

23 RFA: Timeline & Activities Solicitation of Interest released Aug 4 – Due Sept 5 Request for Application released Sept 5 - Due Oct 24 Intent to Award and Notification Oct 30 (Thursday) BOG award contract Nov 17/18 CCD 1.Support the Chancellor’s Office in its work 2.Technical Assistance Infrastructure 3.Content Experts 4.Site Visits and Local Assistance Classification 5.Professional Development and Training Services 6.Program Evaluation

24 Chancellor’s Office Institutional Effectiveness Partner District Exemplary Institution STUDENT SUCCESS Students Student Success Center Academic Senate Trustees Independent Audit RP Group CEO’s CSSO’s DOF/Leg CBO’s ACCJC FCMAT CIO’s

25 CCCCO Curriculum Update Cris McCullough - Academic Affairs, CCCCO Dean, Curriculum & Instruction Chief Instructional Officers’ Conference October 29, 2014

26 The Immediate Goal Improve alignment of local curriculum and CCCCO review and approval process

27 The BIG Issues ADTs – SB 1440 and SB 440 C-ID approval (June 30, 2015) Associate Degrees (Traditional) PCAH rewrite Stand Alone Courses

28 The Next Wave Adult Basic Education, Noncredit, and Career Development and College Preparation (CDCP) Block SB 850 Bachelor’s Degree Programs Student Success Initiative – Basic Skills and Scheduling Online Education Initiative

29 Just Over the Horizon Concurrent (Dual Enrollment) TOP and CIP codes Integration of ASSIST, C-ID, and Curriculum Inventory Veterans Prior Learning Assessment (2015)

30 Tools to Help  Hours and Units Worksheet  Course and Program Approval Checklists  Worksheet on Kinesiology and Physical Education TOP code assignment

31 Hours and Units

32 Questions or Comments?

33 Thank you!


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