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2011 College Level Report

A. DESCRIPTIVE METRICS:

CREDIT BASIC SKILLS (Tables A1-A3): These tables present the annual unduplicated headcount and percentage of basic skills students enrolled in at least one credit basic skills course in the academic years of interest (2007-08, 2008-09, and 2009-10) by gender, age and ethnicity.

Table A1 - Annual Unduplicated Headcount and Percentage of Credit Basic Skills Students by Gender
Table A2 - Annual Unduplicated Headcount and Percentage of Credit Basic Skills Students by Age Group
Table A3 - Annual Unduplicated Headcount and Percentage of Credit Basic Skills Students by Ethnicity

NONCREDIT BASIC SKILLS (Tables A4-A6): These tables show the annual unduplicated headcount and percentage of basic skills students enrolled in at least one noncredit basic skills course in the academic years of interest (2007-08, 2008-09, and 2009-10) by gender, age and ethnicity.

Table A4 - Annual Unduplicated Headcount and Percentage of Noncredit Basic Skills Students by Gender

Table A5 - Annual Unduplicated Headcount and Percentage of Noncredit Basic Skills Students by Age Group

Table A6 - Annual Unduplicated Headcount and Percentage of Noncredit Basic Skills Students by Ethnicity

B. WORKLOAD METRICS:

BASIC SKILLS SECTIONS (Tables B1-B7): These tables present the number of credit sections and basic skills credit sections offered in Math, English, Reading, ESL Writing, ESL Reading, ESL Listening and Speaking, and Integrated ESL, as a percentage of all basic skills sections in the academic years of interest (2007-08, 2008-09, and 2009-10). In addition, they show the total number of noncredit sections offered in those disciplines for the same years.

Table B1 - Credit/Noncredit Math Basic Skills Sections by All Sections Offered

Table B2 - Credit/Noncredit English Basic Skills Sections by All Sections Offered

Table B3 - Credit/Noncredit Reading Basic Skills Sections by All Sections Offered

Table B4 - Credit/Noncredit ESL Writing Basic Skills Sections by All Sections Offered

Table B5 - Credit/Noncredit ESL Reading Basic Skills Sections by All Sections Offered

Table B6 - Credit/Noncredit ESL Listening and Speaking Basic Skills Sections by All Sections Offered

Table B7 - Credit/Noncredit Integrated ESL Basic Skills Sections by All Sections Offered

BASIC SKILLS FTES (Tables B8-B14): These tables present the number of credit basic skills Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES) as a percentage of all FTES in the basic skills categories (Math, English, Reading, ESL Writing, ESL Reading, ESL Listening and Speaking, and Integrated ESL), by age groups (under 25, and 25 or older). In addition, they show the total number of noncredit FTES counted in the Math, English, Reading, ESL Writing, ESL Reading, ESL Listening and Speaking, and Integrated ESL basic skills categories.

Table B8 - Credit/Noncredit Math Basic Skills FTES by Age Categories in 2009-10

Table B9 - Credit/Noncredit English Basic Skills FTES by Age Categories in 2009-10

Table B10 - Credit/Noncredit Reading Basic Skills FTES by Age Categories in 2009-10

Table B11 - Credit/Noncredit ESL Writing Basic Skills FTES by Age Categories in 2009-10

Table B12 - Credit/Noncredit ESL Reading Basic Skills FTES by Age Categories in 2009-10

Table B13 - Credit/Noncredit ESL Listening and Speaking Basic Skills FTES by Age Categories in 2009-10

Table B14 - Credit/Noncredit Integrated ESL Basic Skills FTES by Age Categories in 2009-10

C. ASSESSMENT/PLACEMENT LADDER METRICS:

ASSESSMENT METRICS (Tables C1-C6): There are no college level tables for C1 to C6.

EXEMPT FROM ASSESSMENT (Table C7): This table shows the volumes and percentages of First-Time Freshmen (FTF) enrolled in Fall 2007, Fall 2008 and Fall 2009 exempt from assessment. For percentage, the denominator is the total number of FTF for the term and the numerator is the number of freshmen exempt from assessment.

Table C7 - Credit/Noncredit First-Time Freshmen (FTF) Who Are Exempt from Assessment

MATRICULATION SERVICES (Tables C8 and C9): These tables present volumes and percentages of First-Time Freshmen receiving: (a) orientation, (b) placement assessment, (c) counseling, and (d) follow-up services in Fall 2007, Fall 2008 or Fall 2009 term at the same college. (Special admits are excluded and prior assessment and orientation included). Students receiving services the term prior to enrollment are counted.

Tables C8 - C9 - Volume and Percentage of First-Time Freshmen Receiving Matriculation Services (Credit and Noncredit)

D. STUDENT PROGRESS AND PERSISTENCE METRICS:

STUDENT PROGRESS (Tables D1-D7): These tables present the volumes and percentages of credit and noncredit basic skills students successfully completing courses and awards in a particular discipline. The metric describes student progress. A First-Time Freshmen cohort (2002-03) is tracked for 8 years (2009-10). Students must have enrolled in basic skills English, Reading, ESL Writing, ESL Reading, ESL Listening and Speaking, Integrated ESL, or Mathematics course and their basic skills level is identified by the LOWEST level of Math, English, Reading and ESL Writing, ESL Reading, ESL Listening and Speaking, Integrated ESL taken at any point as identified by a basic skill Taxonomy of Programs (TOP) Code.

Table D1 - Progress in Math for FTF 2002-03 to 2009-10 (Credit and Noncredit)

Table D2 - Progress in English for FTF 2002-03 to 2009-10 (Credit and Noncredit)

Table D3 - Progress in Reading for FTF 2002-03 to 2009-10 (Credit and Noncredit)

Table D4 - Progress in ESL Writing for FTF 2002-03 to 2009-10 (Credit and Noncredit)

Table D5 - Progress in ESL Reading for FTF 2002-03 to 2009-10 (Credit and Noncredit)

Table D6 - Progress in ESL Listening and Speaking for FTF 2002-03 to 2009-10 (Credit and Noncredit)

Table D7 - Progress in Integrated ESL for FTF 2002-03 to 2009-10 (Credit and Noncredit)

STUDENT PERSISTENCE (Tables D8-D9): These tables show the percentages of first-time students who completed at least one credit basic skills course in the CCC system and enrolled in at least one basic skills or college-level credit course in the subsequent Spring or Fall. The rate is based on three first-time student cohorts enrolled in Fall 2007, Fall 2008 and Fall 2009.

Table D8 - Persistence Rate (Fall to Spring) of Credit Basic Skills Students

Table D9 - Persistence Rate (Fall to Fall) of Credit Basic Skills Students

E. BASIC SKILLS METRICS (ARCC) (Tables E1-E3): There is no college level table for E1. College level tables for E2 and E3 can also be accessed in the ARCC 2011 Report.

Table E2 - Annual Successful Course Completion Rate for Credit Basic Skills Courses

Table E3 - Improvement Rates for Credit Basic Skills Courses