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  1. Basic Skills Student Success and Progression

  2. Method • Cohort: 2000SU-2003SP • Six years of progress • Data Correction • Multiple courses in a single term • Equivalent course levels • Statistics • Chi-square goodness of fit

  3. Math

  4. Math

  5. Math

  6. English

  7. English

  8. Reading

  9. Reading

  10. ESL • Course Numbering • Changes in 2001 & 2008 • Curriculum and Program changes • Progression?? • Multiple levels in a single term • Lack of continuity • Non-credit courses (510, 520, 530, 540) • ESL = Basic Skills? • Small cohorts

  11. ESL-Grammar • Small cohorts at upper levels

  12. ESL-Reading • 100% of ESL Reading Students passed Read-70 • 12 Students • 91.6% of ESL Reading Students passed Engl-1A • 11 Students of 12 Enrolled

  13. ESL-Writing

  14. ESL-Writing

  15. ESL Future Research • Track course enrollment as cohort • Look at all students who take lower levels of ESL and then track progress • Larger N • Multiple level comparisons may be more technically difficult • Start with highest levels of ESL and work backwards • Choose a single level of course (ESL 105) and work backwards through student coursework • Shows feeder courses • Only tracks “successful” students • Faculty Support

  16. Summary • Students who begin at low levels are less likely to reach college level courses than students who start at higher levels • Students perform roughly as well in college level courses regardless of starting level • Higher Levels = More Degrees • Lower Levels = More Certificates • Picture of ESL is Incomplete • No Transfer Data