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1 Staff Report to Board April 10, 2012

2 Fiscal Year 2012 Strategic Plan The Number One Agenda, Closing the Achievement Gap: Dual Credit, Performance Funding, and Dropout Re-enrollment Made Real 7/1/2011 to 6/30/2012 2

3 The Number One Agenda… Five Goals 1)Develop philanthropic resources to assist college dropouts with retention, persistence, and completion of a certificate or degree program 2)Promote an increase in the number of high quality dual credit programs that will benefit students preparing for college and career 3)Develop a model that will meet the intent of performance funding legislation and allocate a portion of funding based on performance 4)Further IBHEs advancement strategy through the development of professional, branding material such as brochures and signage 5)Compile the state accountability report for Goal 3 using the performance measures and benchmarks of the Illinois Public Agenda 3

4 The Public Agenda Crosswalk to the Number One Agenda 4 Staff GoalPublic Agenda Strategies and Goals Students Re-entering College Goals 1 and 2: Increase support for adult learners to finish degrees; expand opportunities for adult learners through regional partnerships to expand opportunities; and improve information and assistance available to students Dual Credit Programs Goals 1 and 2: Reduce geographic disparities in educational attainment; improve college readiness through access to quality postsecondary and high school partnerships; and help students achieve their educational objectives faster Performance Funding Goals 1 and 3: Develop a state incentive to assist adults in completing a degree; find institutional operating efficiencies to reduce costs while maintaining quality; and increase targeted funding to increase number of degrees in critical needs areas Advancement Strategy Goal 4: Higher education is central to the development of the state and regional economies, but the connections between higher education and the economy must become stronger Accountability Report Goal 3: Time to take measure of where we were, where we are, and where we want to be in 2018

5 The Number One Agenda… 5 Strategic Plan 80% Accomplished

6 The Number One Agenda… Soon there will be a 3 year strategic plan Coming in September

7 The Number One Agenda… 7 Final Report 2012 Strategic Plan August 7, 2012

8 The Number One Agenda… Multitasking: The ability to execute more than one task at the same time. 8

9 Presentations by Senior Officers 9 The Number One Agenda…

10 Creation and Methodology Working sessions with each Senior Officer Compromises on goals 10 The Number One Agenda…

11 Strategic goal selection is often difficult as there are so many tasks to be done Selecting five out of several hundred is a difficult job 11

12 Our next step is a 3 Year Strategic Plan (yet to be named, yet be created)! 12 The Number One Agenda…

13 The Number One Agenda… Five Goals 1)Develop philanthropic resources to assist college dropouts with retention, persistence, and completion of a certificate or degree program 2)Promote an increase in the number of high quality dual credit programs that will benefit students preparing for college and career 3)Develop a model that will meet the intent of performance funding legislation and allocate a portion of funding based on performance 4)Further IBHEs advancement strategy through the development of professional, branding material such as brochures and signage 5)Compile the state accountability report for Goal 3 using the performance measures and benchmarks of the Illinois Public Agenda 13

14 The Executive Director Roles: Guidance Support, and Continuing Feedback 14 The Number One Agenda…

15 Logistics – Cindy Kolley 15 The Number One Agenda…

16 The Number One Agenda… Five Goals 1)Develop philanthropic resources to assist college dropouts with retention, persistence, and completion of a certificate or degree program 2)Promote an increase in the number of high quality dual credit programs that will benefit students preparing for college and career 3)Develop a model that will meet the intent of performance funding legislation and allocate a portion of funding based on performance 4)Further IBHEs advancement strategy through the development of professional, branding material such as brochures and signage 5)Compile the state accountability report for Goal 3 using the performance measures and benchmarks of the Illinois Public Agenda 16

17 17 July 6, 2011: Executive Director George Reid provided direction for the staff of Diversity and Outreach to further implement activities aligned with closing the statewide achievement gap identified in the Illinois Public Agenda for Career and College Success. The project, as identified by Dr. Reid, involves a one-year unit plan as follow-up to the 90 Day Project which identified and helped to re-enroll students who were in good academic standing, but stopped out of college and yet needed to complete a college degree. The One Year Project was designed to develop philanthropic resources to assist in the continued educational opportunity of Illinois students through the completion of certification and degree attainment. The Number One Agenda… Goal 1

18 18 Start of project Presented project proposal to Diversity and Outreach staff to discuss project objectives and to brainstorm plans Made initial contacts with philanthropic groups Enumerated philanthropic organizations that had identified objectives, mission and goals related to this project Developed a project discussion venue – talking points Follow up The Number One Agenda… Goal 1

19 19 Points requiring more in-depth consideration as posed through organizational contacts and research Which specific student groups will be served? What services (treatments) are most needed to assist students in retention, persistence, and degree completion? Which organizations are most likely to collaborate with IBHE initiative in working with student groups? The Number One Agenda… Goal 1

20 20 Suggestions for project development Establish cooperative working groups to develop a fundable program/project Initiate follow-up contacts with identified organizations/institutions to address suggestions and/or recommendation from foundations Identify available human resources and make contact to begin Collaboration and Planning meetings The Number One Agenda… Goal 1

21 21 Follow up with foundations to create project proposals Conversations Meeting Planning Development of project proposals Proposed projected outcomes – Additional resource opportunities for Illinois students based on goals of the Illinois Public Agenda for Career and College Success The Number One Agenda… Goal 1

22 22 The Number One Agenda… Five Goals 1)Develop philanthropic resources to assist college dropouts with retention, persistence, and completion of a certificate or degree program 2)Promote an increase in the number of high quality dual credit programs that will benefit students preparing for college and career 3)Develop a model that will meet the intent of performance funding legislation and allocate a portion of funding based on performance 4)Further IBHEs advancement strategy through the development of professional, branding material such as brochures and signage 5)Compile the state accountability report for Goal 3 using the performance measures and benchmarks of the Illinois Public Agenda

23 a)Work with college and university leaders to add at least three dual credit programs to their current offerings b)Further the implementation of the Dual Credit Quality Act by adding review procedures c)Prepare a research article and presentation on expansion of dual credit in conjunction with Academic Affairs staff and Illinois Education Research Council staff d)Prepare and deliver a presentation that justifies the benefits of expansion of dual credit programs toward achieving the goals of the Public Agenda for College and Career Success 23 The Number One Agenda… Goal 2

24 a)Work with college and university leaders to add at least three dual credit programs to their current offerings Academic Leadership presentations Provide information for Chicago Public Schools (CPS) dual credit expansion: Along with Dr. Elaine Johnson providing information for CPS CPS has greatly expanded opportunities in partnership with the City Colleges They have launched a website for promoting it: https://www.chooseyourfuture.org/dual-enrollment-program https://www.chooseyourfuture.org/dual-enrollment-program 24 The Number One Agenda… Goal 2

25 b) Further the implementation of Dual Credit Quality Act by adding review procedures Reviewed last years results with Academic Affairs staff The most apparent gaps were found in faculty qualifications and integration with existing academic programs The current survey results are pending 25 The Number One Agenda… Goal 2

26 c)Prepare a research article and presentation on expansion of dual credit in conjunction with Academic Affairs staff and IERC staff. d) Prepare and deliver a presentation that justifies the benefits of expansion of dual credit programs. Joint Education Leadership Committee presentations Sept. 22, 2011 co-presented with Dr. Elaine Johnson from ICCB on dual credit in Illinois March 8, 2012 presented an update on opportunities for expansion 26 The Number One Agenda… Goal 2

27 d)Prepare and deliver a presentation that justifies the benefits of expansion of dual credit programs (continued) Higher Learning Commission panel presentation at the April Annual meeting, March 30-April 3, 2012 Exploring Dual Credit: Considerations of Two States Priorities and NACEPs National Quality Standards Co Panelist with Adam Lowe, National Alliance of Current Enrollment Partner, Heather MacCleod, Missouri Department of Higher Education, and Eric Martin, Vice President for Accreditation Relations, Higher Learning Commission 27 The Number One Agenda… Goal 2

28 d)Prepare and deliver a presentation that justifies the benefits of expansion of dual credit programs (continued) NCES 2012 State Data Conference presentation in Washington DC April 30-May 2, 2012 Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment and Data-Driven Policy Implementation: Reform Initiatives and Postsecondary Credential Attainment Co-Presenting with Allison Witt, Doug Franklin and Eric Lichtenberger Association for Institutional Research Annual Forum presentation in New Orleans June 2-6, The Number One Agenda… Goal 2

29 29 The Number One Agenda… Five Goals 1)Develop philanthropic resources to assist college dropouts with retention, persistence, and completion of a certificate or degree program 2)Promote an increase in the number of high quality dual credit programs that will benefit students preparing for college and career 3)Develop a model that will meet the intent of performance funding legislation and allocate a portion of funding based on performance 4)Further IBHEs advancement strategy through the development of professional, branding material such as brochures and signage 5)Compile the state accountability report for Goal 3 using the performance measures and benchmarks of the Illinois Public Agenda

30 The goals of the Public Agenda for College and Career Success Public Act (HB 1503) Reward performance of institutions in advancing the success of students who are: academically or financially at risk, first generation students, low- income students, and students traditionally underrepresented in higher education Recognize and account for the differentiated missions of institutions of higher education Focus on the fundamental goal of increasing completion Recognize the unique & broad mission of public community colleges Maintain the quality of degrees, certificates, courses, & programs 30 Basis for the Performance Funding Model The Number One Agenda… Goal 3

31 31 The Number One Agenda… Goal 3

32 Measures Bachelors Degrees Masters Degrees Doctoral and Professional Degrees Undergraduate Degrees per 100 FTE Education and General Spending per Completion Research and Public Service Expenditures Subcategories Low Income (Pell/Map Eligible) Adult (Age 25 and Older) Hispanic Black, non-Hispanic STEM & Health Care 32 Performance Funding Measures & Subcategories The Number One Agenda… Goal 3

33 Purpose of the Refinement Committee is to improve the performance funding model. This will be accomplished by: – Identifying ways the model itself can be improved (i.e. Step 4 – Scaling) – Refining the definitions for the measures as well as the subcategories – Identifying more current data, data that is more refined, and better sources of data – Adding appropriate measures and sub-categories to the model 33 Refinement Committee The Number One Agenda… Goal 3

34 Measures Retention (By Cohort) Time to Completion (within 100% or 150%) Students Accumulation of Credit Hours (24/48/72) Student Transfers Remediation Quality Sub-Categories Part-Time First-Time Disabled Veterans First Generation English Language Learners Residents of Underserved Counties Additional Ethnic Categories 34 Possible Additions to the Model The Number One Agenda… Goal 3

35 35 The Number One Agenda… Five Goals 1)Develop philanthropic resources to assist college dropouts with retention, persistence, and completion of a certificate or degree program 2)Promote an increase in the number of high quality dual credit programs that will benefit students preparing for college and career 3)Develop a model that will meet the intent of performance funding legislation and allocate a portion of funding based on performance 4)Further IBHEs advancement strategy through the development of professional, branding material such as brochures and signage 5)Compile the state accountability report for Goal 3 using the performance measures and benchmarks of the Illinois Public Agenda

36 36 Who Are Our Stakeholders? Taxpayers, students, families Higher education institutions Community groups Illinois General Assembly Constitutional Officers Sister state agencies Local, state and national media The Number One Agenda… Goal 4

37 37 Examples of information currently used for advancement: IBHE Data Books Reports and Studies Directory of Illinois Higher Education Daily Higher Education (News Digest) News from Colleges/Universities The Friday Memo The Illinois Public Agenda for College and Career Success banner The Number One Agenda… Goal 4

38 38 The benefits of brochures and signage: A professional brochure is our chance to leave behind information on who we are and what we do Allows IBHE to further articulate its purpose, goals, statutory responsibilities, etc. Assists IBHE in its transparency to the taxpayer The Number One Agenda… Goal 4

39 39 Brochure Templates The Number One Agenda… Goal 4

40 40 The Number One Agenda… Five Goals 1)Develop philanthropic resources to assist college dropouts with retention, persistence, and completion of a certificate or degree program 2)Promote an increase in the number of high quality dual credit programs that will benefit students preparing for college and career 3)Develop a model that will meet the intent of performance funding legislation and allocate a portion of funding based on performance 4)Further IBHEs advancement strategy through the development of professional, branding material such as brochures and signage 5)Compile the state accountability report for Goal 3 using the performance measures and benchmarks of the Illinois Public Agenda

41 41 The Number One Agenda… Goal 5

42 42 Goal 1: Increase educational attainment to match the 2010 best-performing U.S. states and world countries. Goal 2: Ensure college affordability for students, families, 2011 and taxpayers. Goal 3: Increase the number of high-quality postsecondary2012 credentials to meet the demands of the economy and an increasingly global society. Goal 4: Better integrate Illinois educational, research,2013 and innovation assets to meet economic needs of the state and its regions. Accountability Report Year Released The Number One Agenda… Goal 5

43 43 Twelve Performance Measures, including Number of student completions Student pass rates for licensure exams Number of student transfers Completions in critical fields Benchmarked against Illinois trends over one-, five-, and ten-year periods Five best-performing U.S. states Selected competitor / neighboring states Performance Measures & Benchmarks The Number One Agenda… Goal 5

44 44 Questions or Comments Dr. George Reid Executive Director Illinois Board of Higher Education The Number One Agenda… Goal 5

45 Public Agenda Showcase 45 Welcome Paige Kowalski from the


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