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  1. Cal-PASS California Partnership for Achieving Student Success www.calpass.org

  2. How Education is Supposed to Work • A seamless transition among segments: k-16 • Well prepared students moving through a pipeline • Little or no remediation as students transition through the segments • Students prepared with the skills, knowledge and ability to enter the workforce

  3. A Matter of Misalignment • According to a recent report issued by the Stanford University Bridge Project: • “…the coursework between high school and college is not connected; students graduate from high school under one set of standards and, three months later, are required to meet a whole new set of standards in college.”

  4. Troubling Indicators • High HS drop-out rate • Up to 50% in large urban districts • Poor transition rates to college • Of every 100 students that start ninth grade, less than 31 enter college (NCHEMS, 2004) • Significant remediation needs in higher education • 70% Community Colleges • Almost 50% in California State Universities • Over 30% in University of California

  5. What Created the Disconnect? • The segments grew-up differently • Three separate systems in California (Silo approach) • Different control agencies • Different interest groups • Different goals • Lack of consistent standards across segments • Little/No alignment of curriculum

  6. What is Cal-PASS? • Facilitates collaboration among primary, secondary and post-secondary institutions on a regional basis • Collects actionable data and reports on student transition and success locally and statewide • Engages faculty and other educational leaders across segments in instructional conversations – The Cal-PASS Professional Learning Council model • Implements and evaluates educational innovations throughout the state and works to bring to scale those innovations that demonstrate success

  7. Cal-PASS Statistics • Over 385,000,000 records • Up to 15 years of data in some regions • Over 7,000 schools, colleges and university members • Over 327 research studies conducted in the last three years • Sixty+ Professional Learning Councils (1,200+ faculty)

  8. What Kinds of Data are Collected? • Anonymous student identifiers (personal information is removed or encrypted) • Student file • Demographic information • Course file • Course enrollments and grades • Student test file • STAR and California High School Exit Exam score • Award file • Diplomas, degrees, certificates • Custom files • Information collected on interventions

  9. Data Security FERPA compliant Data are anonymous – personal identifier information is removed or encrypted Locally run program encrypts and validates data prior to transmission Servers in secure, Level IV data center with firewall and controlled access Security document available atwww.calpass.org “Success at Every Level”

  10. Research • Action Research Paradigm: Faculty, administrators, and local researchers are active participants. Iterative process to refine analysis • Common questions become standard reports or web based queries produced by Cal-PASS Research Department • Locally unique questions handled by local researchers with assistance from Cal-PASS Researchers • SMART tool – Standardized Metrics for Analysis, Reporting and Tracking

  11. Figure 1. Math Transitions From High School to Community College Note: Percentages may not total 100% due to rounding. Figure 2. Success Rates for High School to Community College Math Transitions

  12. Math Transitions From High School to Community College * between 1 and 4 students; percentages may not sum to 100% due to rounding Red = attempted class in college lower than that already passed in high school Gold = attempted class in college equal to that already passed in high school Green = attempted class in college higher than that already passed in high school

  13. Success Rates for High School to Community College Math Transitions * between 1 and 4 students; dashes (-) indicate 0 students

  14. 8th grade course Grade in 8th grade 9th grade course 9th grade success Basic Math 209 4% Success 198 95% Beg Algebra 2560 52% Success 2375 93% A 4893 40% Geometry 2111 43% Success 2055 97% Inter Alg 13 >1% Success 13 100% Basic Math 339 9% Success 299 88% B 3692 30% Beg Algebra 2650 72% Success 2206 83% Geometry 703 19% Success 654 93% Basic Math 407 18% Success 314 77% Begin Algebra 12227 C 2205 18% Beg Algebra 1644 75% Success 1195 73% Geometry 153 7% Success 142 93% Basic Math 282 29% Success 210 74% D 958 8% Beg Algebra 656 68% Success 356 54% Geometry 19 2% Success 12 63% Basic Math 180 38% Success 115 64% F 479 4% Beg Algebra 294 61% Success 114 39% 4 cells with counts less than 5 are not shown

  15. Table 1. English Transition from High School to Community College * between 1 and 4 students; percentages may not sum to 100% due to rounding Table 2. Success Rates for High School to Community College English Transition

  16. Table 1. Success Rates for Selected Community College Science Courses by Level of Last High School Math Course Successfully Completed. * between 1 and 4 students; ** 22% of students withdrew from BI-013 Inter Algebra - =Beginning Algebra, Geometry, Intermediate Algebra Statistics + = Statistics, Finite Math, Pre-Calculus, Calculus

  17. Cal-PASS Professional Learning Councils • Discipline-Specific, Intersegmental Faculty Councils • Council Disciplines: • Math • English • Science • Councils discuss curriculum, exemplar teaching practices, instructional materials, and performance measures • ESL • Counseling • CTE

  18. How to Contact Us Brad C. Phillips, Executive Director bphillips@calpass.org (619) 252-8503 Michelle Kalina, Senior Director of Operations mkalina@calpass.org (916) 759-2486 Mary Kay Patton, Senior of Director of Research and Technology mkpatton@calpass.org (916) 995-3183 Jordan Horowitz, Senior Director of Special Projects jhorowitz@calpass.org (562) 743-7920 Lauren Sosenko, Associate Director of Special Projects lsosenko@calpass.org (562) 743-9304 Shelly Valdez, Director of Regional Collaboration svaldez@calpass.org (619) 219-9855 Eden Dahlstrom, Director of ACCESS edahlstrom@calpass.org (530) 204-7129 Terrence Willett, Director of Analytic Applications twillett@calpass.org (831) 277-2690 • www.calpass.org

  19. Web-based Queries

  20. SMART Tool

  21. Other Projects • Ready to Succeed Pilot Project • To improve educational outcomes for foster youth (Stuart Foundation) • Partnering with Center for Social Services Research (CSSR) and California Department of Social Services (CDSS) • Link education data from K-12, community college and university with Child Welfare Services/Case Management System (CWS/CMS) data • Workforce Monitoring Pilot Project • To help educators and employers plan effective programs in a changing economy • Partnering with Employment Development Department (EDD) and Labor Market Information Division (LMID) • Link student performance data to post-program wage data