Equity  Expected Outcomes

Equity Plan 2015-2016

Equity Plan 2014-2015

Basic Skills Plan Outcomes

Basic Skills Plan 2015-2016

Basic Skills Plan 2014-2015

ESO

Interventions

START STRONG

A.1 The percentage of Hispanic and African American students enrolling in Cañada College will continue to be 40% and higher and 3% and higher respectively.

A.2., The number of students who have completed new student orientation, assessment and counseling will be monitored and analyzed.

C3 Increase the percentage of Hispanic and African American students being placed in higher levels of Math and English courses.

The percentage of incoming students with basic skills needs taking the placement test and succeeding in their course in which they enroll will increase by 2% on a yearly basis

Increase the percentage of entering students that participate in and benefit from academic preparation programs

 

Improve existing expanded academic preparation program

 

 

Math, Word, Physics Jams

COLTs Academies

College for working Adults

STAY STRONG

B. 1 By 2014-2015, 75% faculty, staff, and tutors for courses two-level below transfer in Math, English, and ESL will receive intensive and on-going professional development to successfully support students experiencing Disproportionate Impact

 

B.2: 1. The number of students who have been contacted through the early alert program and Basic Skills Counselors  will be monitored and analyzed.

2. The number of students who have completed a comprehensive educational plan will be monitored and analyzed.

C.1: By 2014-2015, success rates of students in courses two levels below transfer will increase by 2%, thereby decreasing the disproportionate impact rates.

The percentage of students enrolled in basic skills/ESL courses with Student Educational Plans will increase by 2% on a yearly basis

 

The successful progression rate of students from basic skills classes two levels below transfer will increase by 2% on a yearly basis

Increase participation in academic support services (targeting developmentally placed students)

 

Improve, expand, and combine existing academic support services and “boutique” programs

Professional Development

ESL and Basic Skills Retention Efforts

Tutoring/Mentoring

Writing Center

Sparkpoint Initiative

Learning Disabilities  Counselor

Direct Support for Target Groups:

- Book Loan Program

- Book Voucher Program

- Transportation Vouchers

Dreamers resource specialist

Puente Learning Community

Blacademia

College for Working Adults

Coordination for Equity, Basic Skills and ESL.

Evaluation and Research

FINISH STRONG

D.3 Increased certificates and degrees numbers or rate for all groups.

E. 3 Increased transfer numbers or rate for all groups.

 

Develop and implement transfer preparation program

Increase the transfer rates to 4-year colleges

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