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The College will increase retention and completion rates for CTE, Basic Skills, General Studies, and Transfer Studies
Total Rating 3.85
Goal 1.3.a - Implement, monitor, and evaluate a Student Success and Support Program Plan with specific, measurable outcomes for increasing student retention and completion rates
Measure 1: Increased Course Success Rates
Rating 4.5 - Steady
Goal 1.3.b - Implement, monitor and evaluate a Student Equity Plan with specific,
measurable outcomes for increasing student retention and completion rates
Equity Gap Comparisons (1.3.B & 1.3.D)
Study group is students who's instructors participated in the Great Teachers conference.
MOE, or Margin of Error adjusts smaller populations calculations, and is based off CCCCO standards in equity reporting. Gaps which reduced by the MOE to 0 are considered to not exist., e.g. Filipino's have a +2% Equity Gap, this is reduced by 2.8%, eliminating the gap as it can not be verified with such a small number of students.
Rating 3.0 - Increase
Goal 1.3.c - Implement, monitor, and evaluate a Basic Skills Plan with specific, measurable outcomes for increasing student retention and completion rates
Basic Skills Course Retention and Success: Comparing students who enroll in basic skills to those who complete, and those who receive a passing grade. Scorecard Data for Remedial Math and English Student Success.
Rating 3.75 - Increase
Goal 1.3.d - Provide instruction in support of the needs of the College’s diverse
Goal 1.3.e - Implement teaching strategies to advance student retention, success,
Comparing student success in courses where the instructor participated in the Center for Urban Excellence training, compared to the same courses before training.
Faculty who have participated in the CUE Programs have shown a 7% reduction in success gaps for disproportionately impacted groups (Hispanics/Blacks).
Rating 5.0 - Increase
Goal 1.3.f - Provide student academic support services that advance student retention,
success, and persistence
Goal 1.3.g - Advance a culture of completion of educational goal
Overall Completion Rates by 6 Year Cohorts
Rating 3.0 - Steady