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1 College Readiness Summit Collaboration Forum High School-to-College Transition Dual Enrollment/Collegiate High Schools Developmental Education Reform

2 Collaboration Forum The structure of today’s session is intended to encourage participation and collaboration. For each strand, we will discuss policy, interpretation and implementation. You are expected to be active participants. Questions, comments, ideas are welcome at any time.

3 Your panel… Julie Alexander, Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs, Division of Florida Colleges (DFC) Matthew Bouck, Director of the Office of Articulation, Florida Department of Education Kathyrine Scheuch, Research Analyst, DFC Tamaria Williams, Coordinator for Academic Success, DFC

4 Where do Florida’s high school graduates go?

5 High School-to-College Transition

6 Common Placement Testing in High School S (3), F.S., Common placement testing for public postsecondary education Requires high schools to evaluate before the beginning of grade 12 the college readiness of each student who scores – Level 2 or Level 3 on grade 10 FCAT Reading or the English Language Arts assessment under s , as applicable, or – Level 2, Level 3, or Level 4 on the Algebra I assessment under s High schools shall use the results of the test to advise the students of any identified deficiencies 12th grade students scoring below college ready shall complete appropriate postsecondary preparatory instruction before high school graduation The curriculum provided under this subsection shall encompass Florida’s Postsecondary Readiness Competencies

7 PERT Reading /1/14 - 7/31/14Cumulative*6/1/13 - 7/31/13Total6/1/12 - 7/31/12Total N Mean Score Percent College Ready N Mean Score Percent College Ready NMean Score Percent College Ready N Mean Score Percent College Ready N Mean Score Percent College Ready N Mean Score Percent College Ready State Colleges % % % % % % Districts % % % % % % Grand Total % % % % % %

8 PERT Writing /1/14 - 7/31/14Cumulative*6/1/13 - 7/31/13Total6/1/12 - 7/31/12Total N Mean Score Percent College Ready N Mean Score Percent College Ready NMean Score Percent College Ready N Mean Score Percent College Ready N Mean Score Percent College Ready N Mean Score Percent College Ready State Colleges % % % % % % Districts % % % % % % Grand Total % % % % % % * 2014 data is cumulative counts from 2/10/2014 to present. College Ready Cut scores: For 2012 & 2013: Mathematics=113, Reading=104, Writing=99; For 2014: Mathematics=114, Reading=106, Writing=103

9 PERT Mathematics /1/14 - 7/31/14Cumulative*6/1/13 - 7/31/13Total6/1/12 - 7/31/12Total N Mean Score Percent College Ready N Mean Score Percent College Ready NMean Score Percent College Ready N Mean Score Percent College Ready N Mean Score Percent College Ready N Mean Score Percent College Ready Florida College System % % % % % % Districts % % % % % % Grand Total % % % % % %

10 Transition Courses Some high school students must complete postsecondary preparatory instruction (PPI) 5 approved PPI courses – Reading for College Success, Writing for College Success, Mathematics for College Success (.5 HS cdts) – Mathematics for College Readiness (1.0 HS cdts) – English IV: Florida College Prep (1.0 HS cdts)

11 Mathematics Transition Fall 2012 Florida College System Enrollment for High School Graduates High School CourseDevelopmental Education College Credit Mathematics Intermediate Algebra Mathematics for College Success/Readiness (MCS-R) 62.5%37.5%27.1% Algebra II (AlgII) 42.1%57.9%27.9% MCS-R/AlgII 46.0%54.0%32.1% SOURCE: Division of Accountability, Research and Measurement High School Course(s) Enrollment MCS-R: 465 AlgII:35,632 MCS-R/AlgII:6,234

12 Postsecondary Readiness Competencies Readiness for Intermediate Algebra, MAT 1033, and Freshman Composition I, ENC 1101 Faculty developed Established in rule Basis for the Postsecondary Education Readiness Test (PERT) Aligned with Developmental Education Competencies

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14 Collaboration

15 Dual Enrollment Trends

16 Dual Enrollment & Collegiate High Schools

17 FCS Dual Enrollment by Secondary Student Type Source: CCTCMIS & FCS Research & Analytics

18 Collaboration

19 Developmental Education Reform

20 Senate Bill Common placement testing for public postsecondary education 4(a) A student who entered 9th grade in a Florida public school in the school year, or any year thereafter, and earned a Florida standard high school diploma or a student who is serving as an active duty member of any branch of the United States Armed Services shall not be required to take the common placement test and shall not be required to enroll in developmental education instruction in a Florida College System institution. However, a student who is not required to take the common placement test and is not required to enroll in developmental education under this paragraph may opt to be assessed and to enroll in developmental education instruction, and the college shall provide such assessment and instruction upon the student’s request. 20

21 (5) By December 31, 2013, the State Board of Education, in consultation with the Board of Governors, shall approve a series of meta-majors and the academic pathways that identify the gateway courses associated with each meta- major. Florida College System institutions shall use placement test results to determine the extent to which each student demonstrates sufficient communication and computation skills to indicate readiness for his or her chosen meta-major. Florida College System institutions shall counsel students into college credit courses as quickly as possible, with developmental education limited to that content needed for success in the meta-major. Advising Common placement testing for public postsecondary education

22 Definitions (1) “ Developmental education” means instruction through which a high school graduate who applies for any college credit program may attain the communication and computation skills necessary to successfully complete college credit instruction. Developmental education may be delivered through a variety of accelerated and corequisite strategies and includes any of the following: (a) Modularized instruction that is customized and targeted to address specific skills gaps. (b) Compressed course structures that accelerate student progression from developmental instruction to college-level coursework. (c) Contextualized developmental instruction that is related to meta-majors. (d) Corequisite developmental instruction or tutoring that supplements credit instruction while a student is concurrently enrolled in a credit- bearing course. Developmental Education Delivery Definitions

23 Senate Bill 1720 Interpretation Exemption = College Ready 23

24 Rule 6A Rule 6A , Meta-Major Academic Pathways (a) Arts, humanities, communication and design. – MGFX106, MGFX107, MACX105, STAX023 (b) Business. – MACX105, STAX023 (c) Education. – MGFX106, MGFX107, MACX105, STAX023 (d) Health sciences. – MGFX106, MGFX107, MACX105, STAX023 (e) Industry/manufacturing and construction. – MGFX106, MGFX107, MACX105, STAX023 (f) Public Safety. – MGFX106, MGFX107, MACX105, STAX023 (g) Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. – MACX105 (h) Social and behavioral sciences and human services. – MGFX106, MGFX107, MACX105, STAX023 Note: ENCX101 is required for all meta-majors

25 Developmental Education Reform The division surveyed chief academic officers on developmental education course offerings this fall. – 257 total developmental education (dev ed) courses offered – FCS institution courses range from 14 to 4 – Compressed and modularized strategies are the most commonly offered OPPAGA is contacting FCS institutions about dev ed implementation. They have inquired specifically about requiring Intermediate Algebra (MAT 1033) for Mathematics for Liberal Arts I and II (MGF 1106, 1107). Update to legislative committee anticipated for late fall or early spring

26 Implementation Reports (6)(b) Beginning October 31, 2015, each Florida College System institution shall annually prepare an accountability report that includes student success data relating to each developmental education strategy implemented by the institution. The report shall be submitted to the Division of Florida Colleges by October 31 in a format determined by the Chancellor of the Florida College System. By December 31, the chancellor shall compile and submit the institutional reports to the Governor, the President of the Senate, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and the State Board of Education.

27 Implementation – Collaboration Forum What has been your institution’s experience with students and meta-major selection? Are exempt students that chose gateway courses using supplemental support more? Are exempt students registering for a math course their first semester? Tell us what efforts you’ve made to collect information for the Accountability Report? What resources are needed? – At the institution level – At the state level

28 First Look Data: Students from Spring 2014 Term: Developmental Education High School Exemptions 28 Source: CCTCMIS & FCS Research & Analytics

29 First Look Data: Students from Spring 2014 Term: Developmental Education Military Exemptions 29 Source: CCTCMIS & FCS Research & Analytics

30 First Look Data: Success in Developmental Education Courses Spring 2014 by Exemption Status (FTIC Students) 30 Source: CCTCMIS & FCS Research & Analytics

31 First Look Data: Success in Gateway & Other Courses Spring 2014 by Exemption Status (FTIC Students) 31 Source: CCTCMIS & FCS Research & Analytics 8401,455 1,553 2, ,064

32 First Look Data: Success in Developmental Education Courses Spring 2014 by Exemption Status (Continuing Students) 32 Source: CCTCMIS & FCS Research & Analytics 3,24813,708 1,3203,9631,863 4,332

33 First Look Data: Success in Gateway & Other Courses Spring 2014 by Exemption Status (Continuing Students) 33 Source: CCTCMIS & FCS Research & Analytics 10,43665,259 10,177 48,87322, ,385

34 Collaboration

35 Please join us for dinner in the Coral Ballroom B & C at 6:00 p.m.


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