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1 Seamless Education for Quality of Life presentation to Leadership Jacksonville by Dr. Bill Proctor, Executive Director Council for Education Policy, Research, & Improvement November 14, 2002

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3 Bachelors Degrees Granted per 100,000 Target Age Population FL=847 U.S. Avg = 1,235 …and …and was ranked 45 th in the production of bachelors degrees from public and private 4-year institutions and 7 th among the 10 largest states. SOURCE: NCES (IPEDS) and U.S. Census.

4 The K-20 Pipeline Concept

5 Credential Outputs Major Pipeline Outputs Doctoral Degrees Professional Degrees Masters Degrees Bachelors Degrees Associate Degrees One-year PS Cert. HS Diplomas Students Exiting/Entering Additional Pipeline Inputs Age Group Students Entering from Out of State

6 The Pipeline Schematic Bachelors Degree High School Diploma/GED Full-time Work Part-time Work Universities Colleges Schools Voc Tech Community College Working Students Working Adult Students 24+ Traditional Students

7 High School Diploma 62% 10 years after graduating from high school, most of those who acquired a high school diploma in 1991 had not earned a higher- level credential. The subsequent earning of a postsecondary credential was less pronounced for males and minorities. Source: FETPIP Longitudinal High School Graduates Highest Educational Attainment Level as of Fall ,928 Students High School Diploma 61.8% Bachelors 14.4% Associate of Arts 7.8% Vocational Certificate 5.9% College Credit Vocational 2.6% Masters 1.7% Outside* 5% More than Masters** ~1% * * This is an illustrative estimate of out-of-state postsecondary attainment of any kind. It based on the notion that 70% of those enrolled out of state attained something. About 7% of the recent HS gradxs went out of state in These are the data that figured into this estimate. ** Any type of degree or specialization past masters...

8 Highest Educational Attainment Level of Dropouts as of Fall ,742 High School Dropouts from Attainment Status unchanged 68.2%* GEDs 20.8% Adult High School Diplomas 5% Vocational Certificates 4.4% Associate of Arts ~1% Bachelors ~1% College Credit Vocational <1% Masters <1% * Does not include any out-of state credentials. Dropouts who would have graduated with the class of 1991 attained education credentials, including high school diplomas or equivalencies at much lower rates than their HS grad counterparts. Source: FETPIP Longitudinal

9 Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Census Bureau and National Alliance of Business Projected Growth in Supply and Demand of Workers With Some Postsecondary Education, 1998 to 2028

10 Floridas Annual Job Growth Ranked it Number 1 in the Nation in 2001 Both in the Number of new Jobs and in percent change Source:Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. In NumbersIn Percent Change

11 Based on Number of Openings Projected Florida Employment in 2009 by Educational Attainment Requirements Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation Doctorate or Professional Masters Bachelors Associate Psec Vocational High School Less than high school Millions 194,097 74,811 1,084, , ,592 1,467,886 4,987,515 Associate Degree Requirements, about 4.5%

12 Based on Percent growth

13 Top 25 Florida Jobs Requiring a Bachelors Degree in 2009 By Projected # Employed Source: Agency for Workforce Innovation Employer Demands Note: Several classifications were removed from these lists due to their non-specific nature. These included occupational titles identified as all other… In some cases such classifications were retained as the title reflected something of their nature... Fastest Growing Top 25 Florida Jobs Requiring a Bachelors Degree in 2009

14 ICUF Bachelors degree production in in Descending order. The top five disciplines in terms of number of graduates are highlighted. Student Demands Note: According to data reported by ICUF institutions to FETPIP, ICUF institutions awarded 12,069 bachelors degrees in 644 discipline areas. This table displays the top 15 in number of degrees awarded

15 Public University Bachelors degree production in in Descending order. The top five disciplines in terms of number of graduates are highlighted. Student Demands Note: According to data reported by the Division of Colleges and Universities to FETPIP, public institutions awarded 34,568 bachelors degrees in 180 discipline areas. This table displays the top 15 in number of degrees awarded.

16 Measuring Up – Floridas Grades PreparationCC+ ParticipationD+ AffordabilityDD- CompletionB+ BenefitsC-C LearningII Source: National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education

17 Preparation Source: National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education. High School Completion –High School Credential K-12 Course Taking –Math and Science Course Taking –Algebra in 8 th Grade –Math Course Taking in 12 th Grade K-12 Student Achievement –Proficiency in Math, Reading, Science, and Writing –Math Proficiency among Low-Income –College Entrance Exams –Advanced Placement Exams

18 Participation Source: National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education. Young Adults –High School to College Rate –Young Adult Enrollment Working-Age Adults –Working-Age Adult Enrollment

19 Affordability Source: National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education. Family Ability to Pay –At Community Colleges –At Public 4-Year Colleges –At Private 4-Year Colleges State Strategies for Affordability –Need-Based Financial Aid –Low-Priced Colleges Reliance on Loans –Low Student Debt

20 Completion Source: National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education. Persistence –Students Returning for 2 nd Year at 2-Year Colleges –Students Returning for 2 nd Year at 4-Year Colleges Completion –Bachelors Degree Completion in 5 Years –Bachelors Degree Completion in 6 Years –All Degree Completion

21 Benefits Source: National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education. Educational Achievement –Adults with Bachelors Degree or Higher Economic Benefits –Increased Income from Bachelors Degree –Increased Income from Some College Civic Benefits –Population Voting –Charitable Contributions Adult Skill Levels –Quantitative Literacy –Prose Literacy –Document Literacy

22 Learning All states received an incomplete. Here are some possibilities: Source: National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education. Population Assessments –National Assessment of Adult Literacy –Census data on educational attainment College Graduate Assessments –Needed: a higher ed counterpart to the NAEP Licensure and Admissions Exams Indirect Measures –National Survey of Student Engagement and Community College Survey of Student Engagement tap the good practices known to promote better college-level learning


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