Presentation on theme: "Goal 2025: To increase the proportion of Americans with high-quality degrees and credentials to 60 percent by the year 2025."— Presentation transcript:
Goal 2025: To increase the proportion of Americans with high-quality degrees and credentials to 60 percent by the year 2025.
High school graduation and college participation rates -Increase HS graduation rate to 75% and college participation rate to 70% 3,631,000 Public college completion rates -Increase college completion rates to performance of top states 5,315,000 Adults, first-time in college -3.5% of HS graduate, no college adults go to college for the first time 1,531,000 Degree completion by returning adults -10% of adults who already have some college return and earn a degree 3,621,000 High-value certificates -Certificates with earnings equivalent to associate degree avg and working in field are counted 10,310,000 Total additional degrees and certificates produced by 202524,408,000 US Roadmap to the Goal
BA Rate by Age 24 2010 1970 Source: Postsecondary Education Opportunity, “Bachelor’s Degree Attainment by Age 24 by Family Income Quartiles, 1970-2009” The top income quartile hold more than half of all Bachelor’s degrees—the lowest quartile hold only 9.4% of Bachelor’s degrees.
Percentage of Adults 25-64 with Associate’s Degree or Higher US Ranks 4th Source: Education at a Glance 2011: OECD Indicators
Intergenerational Attainment: 2011 Source: Education at a Glance 2011: OECD Indicators For 25-34 cohort, US ranks 13 th.
Source: US Census, ACS, Table B15001, 2011 ACS 1-Year Estimates Educational Attainment For the US 2011 Age 25-64 38.73% Current % of adults with postsecondary credentials (2011)
The Road to Reaching Goal 2025 Runs Through our Cities 2010 U.S. Population 66% in Top 100 Metros 37.4% in Top 20 Metros
To Succeed We Must Focus On 21 st Century Students Of the 17.6M undergrads now enrolled 75% are juggling work, family, and school 36M Americans aged 25-64 have started college, but have no degree There are chronic attainment gaps among racial/ethnic groups, and socio-economic status
And Especially a Fair Shot for Our Fastest Growing Talent Pools Population Division, Population Projections, U.S. Census Bureau. Released 2008. Millions Data for all races exclude Hispanics.
A Learning Based System Is NOT 1.Focused on courses and seat time 2.Organized around semesters 3.Reliant on proxies for learning 4.A “one size fits all” approach
A Learning Based System IS 1.Outcomes based 2.Defined by transparent and assessable learning aligned with 21 st century needs 3.Student centric 4.Open to acceleration 5.Open to innovative affordable delivery models for customized learning at scale
Implications for Chambers Leverage your unique position Provide employers with high-impact, practical solutions Influence the community and state agenda Be a leader, convener, cat-herder Play to your strengths