CCCCO Update

Report
• Funded primarily by two-year grant from Kresge Foundation.
• Housed in Foundation for California Community Colleges.
– Tightly integrated into CCC Chancellor’s Office operations.
• Kresge-funded Centers in six other states.
• Kresge’s Goal for Centers—To increase the coordination, effectiveness,
and scale of student success programs and initiatives.
– Provide support, data, shared venue for community colleges to
develop and implement completion agenda.
• Our Mission—To help the CCC system continue to advance the Student
Success Initiative and continue to make gains on student achievement.
• Key focus on professional development—To expand learning opportunities
for faculty, staff, and administrators and increase ease of access to best
practices throughout the state and country.
– Vision: For CCC to have the best system of professional development
in the country.
• Projects/Programs
– Develop online professional development portal (clearinghouse) for
faculty, staff, and administrators.
• Six upcoming regional summits.
– Leverage Institutional Effectiveness program for on-site professional
development.
– Partner with system advocates to influence state-level policy change
related to student success.
– Adopt a few other potentially high-impact issues.
• Advisory Board
– CCCCIO (Craig Justice!)
– Academic Senate
– The League
– CSSO Association
– Classified Staff
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Student Senate
RP Group
Department of Finance
Legislative Analyst’s Office
• The Center needs your help!
– Input on clearinghouse’s functionalities and content.
– Identification of best practices.
– Participation in beta testing.
– Your program expertise and insights.
Instructional Services and
Program Unit Update
LeBaron Woodyard
Dean, Academic Affairs
Basic Skills and ESL Initiative
• Monthly Webinars Scheduled
– 2nd Friday of the month (12:00 Noon -1:00 PM)
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Basic Coordinator Certification
New Basic Skills Staff
Funding formula basics
Prior Year Carry-over Limitations
Basic Skills Advisory Committee
Stand-Alone Courses
• Sunset of statutory authority for local districts
to approve courses that are not a part of a
program
• These courses are now required to be
approved by the Chancellor’s Office
Professional Development Program
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AB 2558 Chaptered
Professional Development Committee
Title 5 Regulations
$25 Million Budget Change Proposal
Professional Development Summits
Noncredit Programs
• Career Development and College Preparation
(CDCP) funding levels for 2015 will be equal to
credit levels
• Eligible categories are:
– Basic Skills
– ESL
– Short Term Vocational Education
– Workforce Preparation
Distance Education
• Online Education Initiative
• State Authorization
• Distance Education Monthly Meetings
– 3rd Friday of the month (12:00 Noon – 1:30 PM)
• DEC 101
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Course)
• Distance Education and Educational
Technology Advisory Committee
Flex Calendar Program
• Release date of Certification Forms for 201516 is February 2, 2015
• Submission date: June 1, 2015
• Expansion of the number of days
form/submission process
Library and Learning Resources
Programs
• Annual Survey Release: November 15, 2014
• Due date: January 12, 2015
• Title 5 requirement
Institutional Effectiveness
Presented by:
Theresa Tena, Vice Chancellor for Institutional Effectiveness
Agenda
Unique Opportunity
Student Success Initiative
Statutory Language
Request for Application: timeline / activities
Question and Answer
Unique Opportunity
Student Success Initiative
Evidence Based Decision Making
Administration and Legislative Support
State and National Focus
ACCJC Standards
Stable Fiscal Environment
Student Success Initiative
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Student education planning
System-wide enrollment priorities
Common Assessment
Refocusing student support services under the SSSP
Student Success Scorecard
Student Equity
Associate Degree for Transfer
Online Education Initiative
Adult Education Reform
Community College Baccalaureate Degree
Education in state prisons
Statutory Language
Higher Education Trailer Bill –
SB 860 (Ch. 34, Statutes 2004) signed June 20, 2014
CO in coordination w/stakeholder group, fiscal and
policy committee, DOF – develop and BOG adopt “a framework
of indicators” to measure the ongoing condition of CC
operational environment:
Accreditation status
Fiscal viability
Student performance and outcomes
Compliance w/state and federal guidelines
BOG ADOPT MARCH & MAY 2015 MEETINGS
Fiscal
Research &
Workforce Econ Dev
Student Services
Academic Affairs
Statutory Language
Higher Education Trailer Bill
As a condition of receipt of SSSP funds – colleges, develop,
adopt, post goals framework that addresses the four categories
REMINDER: SYSTEMWIDE GOALS ADOPTED BY BOG – JULY 2014
1. Student success
2. Equity
3. Student services
4. Efficiency
5. Access
Before start of 2015-16 district to send to CO for posting – locally
developed and adopted college/district goals and target
RFA: Timeline & Activities
Solicitation of Interest released Aug 4 – Due Sept 5
Request for Application released Sept 5 - Due Oct 24
Intent to Award and Notification Oct 30 (Thursday)
BOG award contract Nov 17/18 meeting @Foothill-DeAnza CCD
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Support the Chancellor’s Office in its work
Technical Assistance Infrastructure
Content Experts
Site Visits and Local Assistance Classification
Professional Development and Training
Services
6. Program Evaluation
Students
Student
Success Center
Academic
Senate
Trustees
Independent
Audit
RP Group
CEO’s
CSSO’s
DOF/Leg
CBO’s
ACCJC
FCMAT
CIO’s
Chancellor’s
Office
Partner
District
Institutional
Effectiveness
Exemplary
Institution
STUDENT
SUCCESS
CCCCO Curriculum Update
Cris McCullough - Academic Affairs, CCCCO
Dean, Curriculum & Instruction
Chief Instructional Officers’ Conference
October 29, 2014
The Immediate Goal
Improve alignment of local curriculum and
CCCCO review and approval process
The BIG Issues
• ADTs – SB 1440 and SB 440
• C-ID approval (June 30, 2015)
• Associate Degrees (Traditional)
• PCAH rewrite
• Stand Alone Courses
The Next Wave
• Adult Basic Education, Noncredit, and Career
Development and College Preparation (CDCP)
• Block SB 850 Bachelor’s Degree Programs
• Student Success Initiative – Basic Skills and
Scheduling
• Online Education Initiative
Just Over the Horizon
• Concurrent (Dual Enrollment)
• TOP and CIP codes
• Integration of ASSIST, C-ID, and Curriculum
Inventory
• Veterans Prior Learning Assessment (2015)
Tools to Help
 Hours and Units Worksheet
 Course and Program Approval Checklists
 Worksheet on Kinesiology and Physical
Education TOP code assignment
Hours and Units
Questions or Comments?
Thank you!

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