Dual Enrollment - The Ohio State University

Report
NFYS and Earned
College Credit
The Ohio State University
January 2013
Original Charge from CAA
2009
• Scan for demand (with state, community, campus)
• National, state, local perspectives
• Yearly reports on the volume and quality of all accelerated
learning/dual enrollment projects at Ohio State.
• Ohio State offerings
• Data trends
• Organize and facilitate processes for partnerships/Develop
new structures, standards, and best practices as needed.
• Serving students
Perspectives
Nation
State of Ohio
Ohio State
NFYS
Students
National Context
• National and statewide goals are to provide all prepared
students with opportunities
• To earn college credit while in high school
• To develop confidence in their abilities to be successful in college
• To gain paths to lower costs of college educations for families.
• Early Texas longitudinal study suggests that students who took dual
enrollment courses were
• 2.2 times more likely to enroll in college
• 1.7 times more likely to complete a degree.
National Context
Common Core
Standards in
math and
English
College access
and
completion
goals
MOOCs and
other online
courses
NFYS with
deeper and
narrower
preparation,
more use of
technology
State of Ohio Context
Community
colleges ramping
up: Central Ohio
Compact
OBOR goals of
increasing credit
opportunities:
dual enrollment,
online, etc.
K-12 districts’
goals of
providing more
dual enrollment
NFYS with more
college credit.
May take fewer
GE courses
State of Ohio Dual Enrollment
• Courses: Most dual enrollment courses are general education or
TAG courses.
• Teacher credentials: High school instructors required to have
Master’s degree or 18 hours+ in the content field. OBR convened
statewide faculty credentials committee.
• Ohio Board of Regents upcoming release of RFP to offer Master’s
Degrees in the content to high school teachers.
• Funding model not yet approved.
Ohio State
Online options:
MOOCs,
ilearnohio.org
Dual
Enrollment/Early
College
AP, IB, CLEP
Policies
NFYS with
more college
credit. May
take fewer GE
courses
Career Technical
Assurance
Guidelines
Ohio State Yearly Report
• Ohio State Dual Enrollment/Early College
• Niche Partnerships
• Ohio State Academy
• Metro Early College High School
• Data Trends
Ohio State Dual Enrollment
2009 CAA approved faculty-developed proposal
http://ugeducation.osu.edu/dual-enrollment.shtml
400
350
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
2011-2012
2010-2011
Ohio State Academy
• Individual, highly qualified students are admitted under
standards comparable to NFYS standards.
• 2011-2012
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336 students attended OSU Academy on all campuses.
203 students attended Columbus OSU Academy
197 were seniors
149 applied to OSU Columbus and were admitted
74 are attending 2012-2013
• http://undergrad.osu.edu/academy/
Metro Early College STEM High
School
• Early College Learning Centers
• Year-long interdisciplinary, project-based integrations of high
school and college coursework
• First steps to early college work
• Partner with other high school district
• Metro Student Admissions
• Demonstrated preparedness in mastery (90%) coursework
• No Works in Progress
• Recommendations from teachers and principal about college
readiness skills beyond course content (development resilience, etc.)
• Any appropriate placement tests
Metro Early College Learning
Centers
• Bodies (2009-present)
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High school Project Lead the Way biomedical course
Biology 1113, 1114 and global health
Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center rotations
Field studies in China, Costa Rica, Virgin Islands
Reynoldsburg/CSCC
• Design (2011-present)
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High school Project Lead the Way robotics course
Engineering 1187, 1221, Math 1151
FIRST Robotics Competition
Dublin/OSU Academy
Metro Early College Learning
Centers
• Energy, Environment, and Economics (2011-present)
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High school global studies/social studies
ENR 2100, SES 1121
Energy Summit
Reynoldsburg/CSCC
• Growth (2010-2011 and in planning for 2013):
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High school botany, technical writing
HCS 2201, 2201
Farmer’s market
Linden McKinley STEM Academy/niche OSU
Ohio State Metro Grads College
Credit by Graduation Class
100
90
80
70
60
At Graduation
50
After 1 Year
After 2 Years
40
30
20
10
0
2010
2011
2012
Ohio State Metro Grads By
Credit Hour Cohort
Autumn 2012
40
4.000
Number of Students
Number of
Students
Average GPA
35
3.500
30
3.000
25
2.500
20
2.000
15
1.500
10
1.000
5
0.500
0
0.000
Students with 120+
Students
Semester
with
Credit
90-120
Hours
Students
Semester
withCredit
60-90
Students
Hours
Semester
with
Credit
30-60
Hours
Students
Semester
with
Credit
0-30Hours
Semester Credit Hours
2012-2013 New Projects
• Springfield STEM/FAES
• Department of English MOOC for second-year writing course.
Data: Ohio State NFYS Entering with
College Credit
6000
5000
4000
3 years credit
2 years credit
3000
1 year credit
Some credit
2000
1000
0
Autumn 2002
Autumn 2006
Autumn 2010
Autumn 2011
Autumn 2012
Data: Time to Degree
Average Elapsed Years
5.1
5
4.9
4.8
4.7
4.6
4.5
4.4
4.3
Data: GE/TAG Trends
2500
2000
1500
AP 2011
AP 2012
1000
Transfer 2011
Transfer 2012
500
0
Serving Students
Shorter time
to degree
Course choices may
conflict with degree
requirements.
May need to
“retake” courses
Shorter time
to degree
Highly sequential
majors may require
longer time/lower
load.
May affect financial
aid eligibility
To be
prepared “to
do” college
Students may be
familiar with college
level content but
not rigor or pace.
May be reluctant to
ask for help
To have a
“leg up” on
college
Students may be
ready to dive into
major.
GPAs may affect
eligibility for
selective colleges.
Dual Enrollment Committee
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Michele Brown, UAFYE and OSU Academy
Steve, Fink, ASC Associate Executive Dean
Kate Harkin, P-12 Director
Roger Nimps, Regional Campus Liaison
Kay Wolf, CAA Liaison
Mindy Wright, Undergraduate Education/OAA, chair

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