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1 From Preschool to Ph.D.: Measuring Student Success 2012 KBOR Data Conference June 13, 2012

2 Overview  P-20 Advisory Council  Preschool to Grade 20 (P-20) Data Mart  State Fiscal Stabilization Fund Metrics  High School Feedback Reports  P-20 Research Grants  Rigorous Programs of Study (RPOS)

3 P-20 Advisory Council and Data Mart

4 P-20 Advisory Council  Established by Governor Sebelius in 2008  Objectives: Identify the knowledge, skills and dispositions that support the needs of the workforce and industry Align high academic standards for Pre-K-12 students with postsecondary education and with business and industry standards Build a statewide network for increased collaboration, information sharing and cooperation across all levels of education and of business and industry

5 P-20 Alignment Strategies  Engage higher education faculty, Pre-K-12 teachers, and business and industry representatives in aligning academic and workforce standards  Develop a longitudinal database that allows the sharing and use of student achievement data from preschool through postsecondary.  Agree upon measures of student achievement that are useful within and across all educational levels and with business and industry.

6 P-20 Data Mart History  KBOR and KSDE already had student level data systems  2008 Proof of Concept by KBOR/KSDE for Linking K12 and Postsecondary Data  Under American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) 2009 KSDE/KBOR received State Fiscal Stabilization Funds (SFSF) Federal Grant 2009/2010 KSDE/KBOR received two Statewide Longitudinal Data System (SLDS) Federal Grants  2009-2011 KBOR/KSDE Standardized and Enhanced Process for Linking Individual Student Data

7 P-20 Data Mart Column_nameSource Student_deidentified_idKIDS State_student_identifierKIDS Current_school_yearKIDS Exit_withdrawal_typeKIDS Exit_withdrawal_dateKIDS Record_common_idKIDS Org_noKIDS Bldg_noKIDS GenderKIDS National_lunch_programKIDS Primary_exceptionality_codeKIDS Secondary_exceptionality_codeKIDS Immigrant_studentKIDS ESOL_Participation_CodeKIDS Race_comprehensiveKIDS Race_multiKIDS Column_nameSource Kbor_idKBOR First_Term_YYYYMMKBOR Degree_valueKBOR Highest_degree_earnedKBOR DegreeKBOR Passed_credit_hoursKBOR Attempted_credit_hoursKBOR Passed_developmental_readingKBOR Attempted_developmental_readingKBOR Passed_developmental_mathKBOR Attempted_developmental_mathKBOR Passed_developmental_englishKBOR Attempted_developmental_englishKBOR Academic_yearKBOR P20_IDKBOR Fice_codeKBOR FiceKBOR Column_nameSource Enrollment beginNSC Enrollment endNSC College SequenceNSC Public PrivateNSC College NameNSC College StateNSC ACT_compositeACT ACT_englishACT ACT_mathACT ACT_readingACT ACT_scienceACT Data for K-12 Graduates and GED Students Matched to Kansas Public Postsecondary Enrollments (2006 – 2011 HS Graduates)

8 State Fiscal Stabilization Fund Metrics

9 State Fiscal Stabilization Funds Section A  Education Stabilization Fund Support elementary, secondary, and postsecondary education and, as applicable, early childhood education programs and services  81.8% of the State’s Allocation 59.7% K-12 22.1% IHE’s

10 State Fiscal Stabilization Funds Section B  Government Services Fund  18.2% of the State’s Allocation Public Safety

11 How are Postsecondary Funds Uses?  Board Approved  Two Thirds on Deferred Maintenance Projects  One Third on Mitigation of Higher Tuition Rates

12 State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (SFSF) Metrics  Metrics: Information regarding the extent to which students transition successfully from secondary school to postsecondary education, including whether students enroll in remedial coursework Other information determined necessary to address alignment and adequate preparation for success in postsecondary education

13 Alignment of SFSF Metrics  ARRA Indicators http://www.ksde.org/Default.aspx?tabid=3918  Data Quality Campaign and National Center for Education Achievement Survey 10 Essential Elements of a Longitudinal Data System  America Competes Act Statutory Requirements

14 America Competes Act Elements in State SLDS  Points at which Students Exit, Transfer, Drop out, or Complete P-16 Education  Capacity to Communicate with Higher Education Data Systems  Transition from secondary school to postsecondary education, including remedial enrollment  Other Factors to Determine Alignment and Preparation for Postsecondary Education

15 Postsecondary ARRA Metrics Indicators  Enrollment into Postsecondary within Sixteen Months of HS Diploma  Completion of One Year College Credit Within Two Years of Enrollment

16 Kansas High School Students Attending Kansas Public Postsecondary Institutions High School Graduating Class 200720082009 High School Graduating Class 31,97432,51932,209 Students enrolled in PS Institution within 1 Year 17,06517,54117,220 Percent KS High School Graduates attending a KS Public Postsecondary Institution 53.4%53.9%53.5% Percent Completing 1 Year Credit in 2 Years 78.1%75.0% 16 Source: KSDE/KBOR P-20 Longitudinal Database; validated September 2011 and January 2012 Enrolled in Postsecondary Within First Year following High School Graduation.

17 Developmental Needs 2008200920102011** State University14.7%15.1%14.5%14.8% Washburn*NA 27.0%28.7% Community College40.5%35.9%36.8%43.7% Technical College6.6%6.3%11.6%15.6% Duplicated Totals26.6%24.9%26.3%29.7% Unduplicated Totals28.4%26.6%28.1%30.4% 17 *Washburn Institute of Technology included. ** 2011 data is estimated. Final numbers will not be available until later in the spring after KSDE data has been matched with KBOR data Source: KSDE/KBOR P-20 Longitudinal Database; validated March 2011 and January 2012 Percent of KS High School Graduates who enrolled in Public Postsecondary Education within 1 year after HS graduation and needed to take Any Developmental Course

18 Math Developmental Needs 2008200920102011** State University13.5%14.0%14.1%13.4% Washburn*NA 26.2%27.8% Community College33.3%27.1% 32.9% Technical College0.4%3.0%4.8%6.6% Total22.4%19.8%20.9%23.3% Unduplicated Totals23.9%21.3%21.8%23.8% 18 Percent of KS High School Graduates who enrolled in Public Postsecondary Education within 1 year after HS graduation and needed to take a Math Developmental Course *Washburn Institute of Technology included. ** 2011 data is estimated. Final numbers will not be available until later in the spring after KSDE data has been matched with KBOR data Source: KSDE/KBOR P-20 Longitudinal Database; validated March 2011 and January 2012

19 English Developmental Needs 2008200920102011** State University1.7%1.9% 2.3% Washburn*NA 1.7%2.9% Community College21.3%20.6%19.5%23.3% Technical College6.4%4.6%5.6%10.1% Duplicated Totals11.4%11.3%11.1%12.9% Unduplicated Totals12.3% 11.9%13.6% 19 Percent of KS High School Graduates who enrolled in Public Postsecondary Education within 1 year after HS graduation and needed to take an English Developmental Course *Washburn Institute of Technology included. ** 2011 data is estimated. Final numbers will not be available until later in the spring after KSDE data has been matched with KBOR data Source: KSDE/KBOR P-20 Longitudinal Database; validated March 2011 and January 2012

20 Reading Developmental Needs 2008200920102011** State University1.2%1.4%1.6%1.9% Washburn*NA 0.2%0.0% Community College10.2%9.7%9.1%11.6% Technical College0.0%0.9%2.7%3.6% Duplicated Totals5.5% 5.4%6.7% Unduplicated Totals5.9% 5.8%6.9% 20 Percent of KS High School Graduates who enrolled in Public Postsecondary Education within 1 year after HS graduation and needed to take a Reading Developmental Course *Washburn Institute of Technology included. ** 2011 data is estimated. Final numbers will not be available until later in the spring after KSDE data has been matched with KBOR data Source: KSDE/KBOR P-20 Longitudinal Database; validated March 2011 and January 2012

21 High School Feedback Reports

22 High School Feedback Report  Background: The purpose of the Kansas High School Feedback Reports is to provide educators information about the characteristics of students making the transition from secondary to postsecondary schools.

23 High School Feedback Report  KSDE Available to School District Superintendents and Principals (November 2011) Authenticated Access Approved by Superintendents Sign In through System for Education Enterprise in Kansas (SEEK) 23

24 Reports Available  ACT Scores  Postsecondary Enrollment Rates  Postsecondary Enrollment Locations  Postsecondary Retention Metrics  Postsecondary Remedial Coursework

25 Data Sources  P-20 Data Mart  National Student Clearinghouse (NSC)  ACT  Planned – Labor Data

26 System for Education Enterprise in Kansas (SEEK)

27 High School Feedback Report 27 Source: KSDE KIDS, P20, NSC

28 Average ACT Scores

29 Postsecondary Enrollment Rates

30 Remedial Coursework *Enrolled in Remediation Any Time

31 KBOR High School Feedback Plans  Enhance KSDE Report  Develop KBOR Report Web Dashboards Delivered to Public Postsecondary Institutions Authenticated Access

32 KBOR HS Feedback  Feeder Schools  Rates Enrollment, Retention, Remediation  Influencing Factors Course Completions HS Program Participations Test Scores Socio-Economic Indicators

33 Timeline for Development  To Be Determined

34 Kansas Education Research Scholars Program

35 Kansas Education Research Scholars Program (KERSP)  Objectives: Engage Researchers in Targeted Research of Interest to Stakeholders Develop a Tradition of Kansas-focused Education Research to Promote Improvement in Public Education Generate Opportunities to Learn from Researchers

36 Overview  KSDE/KBOR Collaborative Effort  Funded through 2009 SLDS Federal Grant  Administered by KBOR  Competitive Award Process $5,000 Research Stipend $2,500 Conference Award  Maximum Awards: 8

37 Eligible Participants  Emporia State University  Fort Hays State University  Kansas State University  Pittsburg State University  University of Kansas  Wichita State University  Washburn University

38 Targeted Research Topics  Ten Topics Developed by KERSP Steering Committee 2 Representatives Each from KSDE/KBOR  Focus on Topics of Mutual Interest  Span PK-12 and Higher Education or Create a Foundation for Later Research with a PK-12 and Higher Education Focus

39 Process  Request for Proposal Published  http://www.kansasregents.org/kansas_edu cation_research_scholars_program

40 Process  Research Principal Investigator (PI) Identify and Select Topic(s)  PI Review Available Data Elements P-20 Must Use Existing Linkages Researcher May Use Other Data Sources  PI Must Initiate and Complete Technical Assistance

41 Process  PI Prepare and Submit Proposal  Initial Review by Administration Team  Technical Review by Research Liaisons  Blind Review and Recommendations from External Review Committee  Awards Made by Steering Committee  Data Governance Approval  Awardees Signed Data Sharing Agreements

42 Deliverables  Quarterly Progress Reports  Publication Ready Research Report  Participation in Program Evaluation  Presentation to KBOR/KSDE  Presentation to Conference of Choice  Participation in Online Discussion Board regarding Research Methods & Findings

43 Timelines and Contact  Submit RFP by noon, June 25, 2012  Submit Research Report by February 1, 2013  More Information, Contact Vanessa Lamoreaux phone (785)296-3421 or e-mail at vlamoreaux@ksbor.org

44 Rigorous Programs of Study

45 Rigorous Programs of Study (RPOS)  Rigorous Programs Of Study builds on the strengths of CTE programs, identifies gaps, provides support to teachers, and helps students make a more efficient transfer to their career choice with postsecondary support.

46 Objectives  Promote and improve state and local development and implementation of Rigorous Programs of Study  Assess Impact of Students in linked Career and Technical Education (CTE) Programs of Study  Combine Academic and CTE Education in Structured Course Sequencing  Encourage Postsecondary Credit During High School  Lead to a Postsecondary Credential, Certificate, or Degree

47 Funding  Office of Vocational & Adult Education (OVAE) – Federal  Year 2 of 4 year grant  First Year Administered by KSDE  Second+ Years Administered by KBOR  Kansas is 1 of 6 states: Arizona, Maryland, Montana, Utah & Wisconsin

48 Ten Framework Components  Effect Legislation and Policies  Encourage Partnerships among education, business and other community stakeholders  Promote Leadership and Shared Planning  Align Rigorous academic and technical standards with curriculum and assessments  Align Secondary and Postsecondary Education Elements

49 Components – Continued  Facilitate Credit Transfer Agreements  Develop Accountability and Evaluation Criteria  Collaborative Guidance, Counseling and Advisement  Support Professional Development  Stimulate Innovative Learning and Teaching Strategies

50 Collaborative Partnerships  Should Understand Roles and Responsibilities of Partnership Members  Ensure the Rigor and Quality of the POS and Articulation Agreements through Involvement and Shared Responsibilities  Develop Opportunities for Secondary Students to Participate in Dual or Concurrent Enrollments  Develop College and Career Readiness Standards through Content Standards Analysis

51  Keep Abreast of the Technical and Workforce Readiness Skills that should be taught within a POS  Identify needed Regional or Statewide POS through Ongoing Analyses of Economic and Workforce Trends  Link to Existing Initiatives that Promote Workforce and Economic Development  Communicate and/or Influence Decisions Partnerships - Continued

52 Secondary Participants  USD 260 Derby  USD 253 Emporia  USD 442 Nemaha Valley  USD 259 Wichita

53 Postsecondary Participants  Butler Community College  Flint Hills Technical College  Fort Hays State University  Hutchinson Community College  Manhattan Area Technical College  Wichita Area Technical College

54 Manufacturing Pathway CIPTITLE 15.0613Production Technology 15.1302CAD 48.0101Drafting 48.0501Machine Tool 48.0508Welding 48.0703Mass-production 48.0000Manufacturing Production

55 Evaluation Criteria  Demographic & Postsecondary Outcomes  RPOS  Other CTE  Comparison Group

56 RPOS Contact Mari Tucker Director of Federal Initiatives and Career Technical Education mtucker@ksbor.org (785) 296-3958

57 Questions? Presenter: Cynthia Farrier Director of Data, Research and Planning cfarrier@ksbor.org (785) 296-2452


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