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  1. “Yes America, There Is Tech Prep Data” THE 26TH ANNUAL NACTEI CONFERENCE WYNDHAM PALM SPRINGS RESORT PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA FRIDAY, MAY 19, 2006 SIERRA ROOM 11:10 p.m. – 12:05 p.m. Geoff Zimmerman Program Coordinator, Greater Cincinnati Tech Prep Consortium Cincinnati, Ohio Daniel Bower HEI Analyst, Ohio Board of Regents Columbus, Ohio Anthony M. Landis Assistant Director, College Tech Prep & Perkins Programs, Ohio Board of Regents Columbus, Ohio

  2. THE OHIO EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM • Ohio Department of Education (ODE) • Pre-K – 12 and Adult Education • Governing Body • Ohio Board of Regents (OBR) • Two and four year Public colleges and universities • Coordinating Body

  3. CAREER TECHNICAL EDUCATION IN OHIO • ODE • 92 Career Technical Planning Districts (CTPD) • 16 Career Fields (a.k.a. Career Clusters) • Over 600 schools affiliated with the Districts • OBR • Connection to CTE through community colleges, technical colleges, and universities with a two-year component • Ohio House Bill 66

  4. TECH PREP IN OHIO • College Tech Prep • Serves over 22,000 students in secondary and postsecondary education • Approximately 700 programs • Is proven to reduce remediation • Partners with Business and Industry • Aligned with Ohio’s Knowledge Economy with emphasis on STEM careers • Articulation Agreements

  5. ACCOUNTABILITY • Perkins Act III • Performance Measures • State Funding • Partnership for Continued Learning (PCL Council or P-16 Council) • Transition, Remediation and Persistence

  6. What is HEI? • Implemented Winter 1998 by the Ohio Board of Regents • Comprehensive web-based relational data warehouse for student demographics, course information, facilities, faculty, finance, financial aid and academic programs • Designed to calculate state subsidy for AND track enrollments between our 38 state supported post secondary institutions. $2 Billion distributed annually. • Over 580,000 students enrolled in 108,000 courses taught by 50,000 faculty. • Limitations • Detailed enrollment data on public institutions only • SSN tracking

  7. Input - How does it work? • Standard Formatted Text files submitted to a secure web-based application. • http://www.regents.state.oh.us/hei/datasubdoc/techprep/techprepfiles.html • Personally Identifiable Information is protected by separation, authentication and encrypted transport.

  8. The Data Submission Process

  9. The Data Input Site

  10. Outputs of the System Generated Reports – Standard Reports that can be run on an Institution’s Data Tech Prep Consortium Query Dynamic Queries – Highly configurable parameters for nonstandard research Tech Prep Courses Query

  11. Tech Prep Consortium Query • Information Contributed by Tech Prep Consortia • Information Contributed by College Campuses • Tech_prep_query_results.xls

  12. Dynamic Web Query Output Greater Cincinnati Consortia 2001 High School Graduates who went to college the following year.

  13. Greater Cincinnati Tech Prep Consortium • Tech Prep in southwest Ohio: • Butler and Warren Counties--two regional branch campuses of Miami University at Hamilton and Middletown, Hamilton City Schools, Butler Technology Career Center, and Warren County Career Center • Northern Hamilton County – UC Raymond Walters College, Northwest Local Schools, and Scarlet Oaks • City of Cincinnati -- Cincinnati State, UC College of Allied Health Sciences, UC College of Applied Science, UC College of Medicine, Cincinnati Public Schools, and Diamond Oaks • Clermont and Brown Counties -- UC Clermont College, Grant Career Center, Southern Hills Career Center, and Live Oaks • Highland, Fayette, and Clinton Counties – Southern State Community College, Laurel Oaks and rural areas Consortium Partners • 32 secondary schools • 10 colleges • 61 unique program sites

  14. Data Use in a Consortium • School Level Data • Secondary Enrollment, 2002-2005 • College Enrollment, 2000-2005 • College Remediation by Grad Year, 2000-2005 • Campuses Attended, 2000-2005 • Students by Year, Term, and Campus, 2004-2005 • Consortium Level Data • Statewide Level Data

  15. Consortium Level Data

  16. Consortium Level Data

  17. Statewide Level Data

  18. Statewide Level Data

  19. Questions • HEI – http://www.regents.state.oh.us/hei • This presentation is available from the “Tech Prep” link at HEI • Tech Prep Ohio: http://www.techprepohio.org/