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1 California Community Colleges Student Success 2014 Scorecard 2014 Scorecard College of the Desert Board of Trustee Presentation Dec. 19, 2014

2 Per the Education Code, Section (d): “As a condition of receiving specified funds in the annual Budget Act, each community college district board of trustees shall annually review and adopt its contribution to the segment wide annual report as part of a regularly scheduled and noticed public meeting at which public comment shall be invited.” Scorecard Interaction with the Board of Trustees Review 2014 Scorecard Address Questions and Comments from The Board of Trustees Address Questions and Comments from The Board of Trustees Reference All Metrics in the Scorecard

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4 Data Sources MIS (College Data) System-wide Data Data available to the CCC Chancellor’s Office Outcomes based on cohorts Followed for 6 years 2014 Scorecard =

5 ANTELOPE VALLEY BAKERSFIELD CERRITOS COALINGA COMPTON EL CAMINO EVERGREEN VALLEY IMPERIAL VALLEY L.A. HARBOR L.A. MISSION L.A. VALLEY LEMOORE (West Hills) MERCED OXNARD PORTERVILLE SAN JOAQUIN DELTA SEQUOIAS VICTOR VALLEY Comparison Group Factors used to develop Comparison Group APIBA Index25+ Years of Age

6 College of the Desert’s Scorecard What’s on it? Momentum Points 1. Remedial 2. Persistence Units Completion Outcomes 1. Degree/Transfer 2. Career Technical Education

7 College Profile: What are the Trends? More females than males attend COD (similar to state average) Most students (62%) are 24 years old or younger– (similar to state average) Two of every three COD students are Hispanic, much higher than the state average (66% at COD vs. 38% statewide) What are the Trends? More females than males attend COD (similar to state average) Most students (62%) are 24 years old or younger– (similar to state average) Two of every three COD students are Hispanic, much higher than the state average (66% at COD vs. 38% statewide) COD’s average class size for credit courses is slightly higher than Statewide Size (28) % of Full-Time Faculty is below Statewide Average (56.9%) COD’s average class size for credit courses is slightly higher than Statewide Size (28) % of Full-Time Faculty is below Statewide Average (56.9%)

8 Remedial: Basic skills to college level 3 Year Trend ESL is the only discipline that has decreased for the past two years

9 Remedial: Basic skills to college level How does COD compare? However, ESL is the only discipline where COD is higher than the comparison group and the statewide average

10 Remedial: Basic skills to college level Students under 20 are most likely to complete college level English and Math – students are most likely to complete college level ESL, with under 20 coming in a close 2nd Females perform at higher % than males in Math, English and ESL Asians are most likely to complete the college level course of the basic skills discipline into which they enrolled

11 Persistence: Attended 3 primary terms in a row 3 Year Trend

12 Persistence: Attended 3 primary terms in a row How does COD compare? ESL is the only category in which COD is higher than the comparison group and the statewide average

13 Persistence: Attended 3 primary terms in a row How does COD compare? ESL is the only category in which COD is higher than the comparison group and the statewide average

14 Persistence: Attended 3 primary terms in a row How does COD compare? ESL is the only category in which COD is higher than the comparison group and the statewide average COD students persist at higher rates than the comparison group for all three categories

15 Persistence: attended 3 terms in a row Younger (under 20) and older (40+) students persist at higher rates than other age groups Asian students have the highest persistence rate of any other ethnic group

16 Completed 30 Units 3 Year Trend

17 Completed 30 Units How does COD compare? ESL is the only category in which COD is higher than the comparison group and the statewide average COD students completed 30 units at lower rates than the comparison group and the statewide for all three categories

18 Unprepared for college Asian students completed 30 units at a higher percent than other Racial/Ethnic groups College prepared White students completed 30 units at a higher percent than other Racial/Ethnic groups Completed 30 Units

19 Completion: Degree, certificate or transfer-related outcome 3 Year Trend

20 How does COD compare? ESL is the only category in which COD is higher than the comparison group and the statewide average COD students completed at lower rates than the comparison group and the statewide for all three categories Completion: Degree, certificate or transfer-related outcome

21 Your text here Completion: Degree, certificate or transfer-related outcome College prepared students have over a 25% higher completion rate compared to unprepared college students Hispanic and White students have similar completion rates in all categories Filipino students have a higher % of completion for all three categories

22 CTE Completion: Degree, certificate or transfer-related outcome 3 Year Trend

23 How does COD compare? ESL is the only category in which COD is higher than the comparison group and the statewide average CTE Completion: Degree, certificate or transfer-related outcome COD CTE students completed at higher rates than the comparison group and the statewide for all three categories

24 Women complete their CTE pathways at higher percent than their Male counterparts CTE Completion: Degree, certificate or transfer-related outcome Under 20 population complete their CTE pathways at a higher percent than the other age categories Filipino & Asian students complete their CTE pathways at higher percent than other Ethnic/Racial counterparts (excluding Pacific Islander which has less than 10 in cohort)

25 Dr. Daniel Martinez Director, Institutional Research Extension: 7212 THANK YOU! QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS


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