Restoring the Guarantee of Open Postsecondary Training: The Entrance to Achievement Activity (A2S).


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Restoring the Guarantee of Open Postsecondary Training: The Entrance to Achievement Activity (A2S) Jennifer Engle June 10, 2009 WHAT WE DO THE Instruction TRUST WHO WE ARE
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Restoring the Promise of Public Postsecondary Education: The Access to Success Initiative (A2S) Jennifer Engle June 10, 2009

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WHAT WE DO THE EDUCATION TRUST WHO WE ARE The Education Trust lives up to expectations for the high scholarly accomplishment of all understudies at all levels, pre-kindergarten through school, and everlastingly shutting the accomplishment holes that different low-wage understudies and understudies of shading from other youth. Our fundamental precept is this — All youngsters will learn at abnormal states when they are taught to abnormal states. Backing to help schools, universities, and groups mount battles to close holes Research and arrangement examination on examples and practices that both cause and close holes Technical help to schools, universities, and group based associations to raise understudy accomplishment and close holes

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NASH/P16 Summer Institute with Achieve, Inc. NASH/EdTrust Access To Success Initiative (A2S) College Results Online (CRO) Higher Education at EdTrust

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Access to Success (A2S) Initiative Goal: 23 State University Systems focused on cutting access and achievement holes for low-pay and underrepresented minority understudies in ½ by 2015

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The Access to Success Imperative Need to deliver more school graduates to contend in the worldwide economy Changing demographics interest spotlight on underrepresented populaces in advanced education Current patterns moving in the wrong heading as far as genuine advancement on access and achievement

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California State University System Connecticut State University System State University System of Florida University of Hawaii System Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education University of Louisiana System Southern University A&M College System University of Missouri System University System of Maryland Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning Montana University System City University of New York State University of New York University of North Carolina System University System of Ohio PA State System of Higher Education University of Puerto Rico System Rhode Island Board of Governors for Higher Education South Dakota Board of Regents Tennessee Board of Regents Vermont State Colleges University of Wisconsin System Access to Success (A2S) Systems

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23 Systems 390 Campuses 3 Million Students

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A2S Activities Partnership with NASH Convene CEOs and contacts to encourage framework change work Convene workgroups with framework delegates on key points to recognize promising practices and master assets Develop, gather, and openly report information measurements on advancement toward A2S objectives yearly

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A2S Data Metrics ACCESS: How well does the system’s entering class mirror the financial and racial/ethnic differing qualities of its state’s secondary school graduate populace? Achievement : Is there equality in results between low-wage and underrepresented minority understudies and their associates in the framework? ACCESS/SUCCESS: How well do the system’s degree beneficiaries mirror the differences of its state’s secondary school graduate populace?

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A2S Metrics Count the Missing Students Include all understudies, not simply first-time, full-time understudies Include low maintenance and exchange/move understudies, a significant number of whom are low-salary and underrepresented minorities Report maintenance and achievement rates for low-wage understudies and exchange/move understudies

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A2S Data Definitions Student unit versus total information Systems use unit record information to create total reports System level information versus establishment level information System information catches moves/culminations over all organizations AA/BA accomplices versus 2/4 year organizations Systems report on partners of AA and BA looking for understudies crosswise over establishment sorts Transfer versus move understudies Transition understudy: Students who move from an AA to a BA program inside of a foundation/framework

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A2S Access Indicators Associate’s and Bachelor’s Cohorts Representation of URM Students % of entering understudies who are URM/% of HS graduates who are URM in state First-time Transfer/move understudies Characteristics of URM Students For first-time & exchange/move understudies: % Part-Time % Female % Pell Representation of Low-Income Students % of entering understudies with Pell Grants/% of HS graduates who are low-salary in state First-time Transfer/move understudies Characteristics of Low-Income Students For first-time & exchange/move understudies: % Part-Time % Female % URM

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Access Metrics Comparison Data Source : U.S. Enumeration Bureau, American Community Survey 2003-2005 through IPUMS

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Access Metrics Comparison Data Source : U.S. Evaluation Bureau, American Community Survey 2003-2005 through IPUMS

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A2S Success Indicators Bachelor’s Cohorts Retention and Persistence Yearly maintenance and industriousness rates by Pell and URM status Graduation Rates and Ratios 4-and 6-year graduation rates for Pell beneficiaries/ 4-and 6-year graduation rates for non-beneficiaries 4-and 6-year graduation rates for URMs/ 4-and 6-year graduation rates for non-URMs Degrees Conferred # of bachelor’s degrees presented to Pell beneficiaries Overall and STEM # of bachelor’s degrees gave to URMs Overall and STEM

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A2S Success Indicators Associate’s Cohorts Retention and Persistence Yearly maintenance and ingenuity rates by Pell and URM status Success Rates 4-year achievement rates for Pell/4-year achievement rates for non-Pell beneficiaries 4-year achievement rates for URMs/4-year achievement rates for non-URMs Disaggregated achievement results by Pell and URM Transfer/move to 4-year, declaration, or associate’s degree Degrees Conferred # of associate’s degrees gave to Pell beneficiaries Overall and STEM # of associate’s degrees gave to URMs Overall and STEM

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A2S Access/Success Indicators Associate’s Cohorts Bachelor’s Cohorts % of understudies who earned baccalaureates inside of six years who were Pell beneficiaries at section/% of HS graduates who were low-pay six years earlier. % of understudies who earned baccalaureate degrees inside of six years who were URM/% of secondary school graduates who were URM six years former % of understudies who were fruitful inside of four years who were Pell beneficiaries at section/% of HS graduates who were low-salary four years earlier % of understudies who were effective inside of four years who were URM/% of secondary school graduates who were four year earlier

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Access/Success Metrics Comparison Data Source : U.S. Statistics Bureau, Census 2000 and American Community Survey 2001-2002 through IPUMS 18

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Access/Success Metrics Comparison Data Source : U.S. Enumeration Bureau, Census 2000 and American Community Survey 2001-2002 through IPUMS 19

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U.S. Instruction Delivery Institute with Michael Barber Cross-framework workgroups on expense administration, budgetary guide, exchange, formative training, enlistment administration Pilot ventures with Delta Cost Project, NCAT, and Equity Scorecard A2S System Change Activities

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Contact Us Jennifer Engle Asst. Chief of Higher Ed. 202.293.1217 x370 jengle@edtrust.org www.edtrust.org 1250 H Street N.W. Suite 700 Washington, D.C. 20005 202/293-1217

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2009 EdTrust National Conference When the Going Gets Tough: Smart Choices and Bold Action to Raise Achievement and Close Gaps November 12-14, 2009, in Arlington, Va. Go along with us. Visit our site to present a proposition to display For more data, visit www.edtrust.org 1250 H Street N.W. Suite 700 Washington,

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