North Texas Regional P-16 Council http://www.ntp16.notlb.com/ A REGIONAL TAKE ON ACADEMIC AND WORKFORCE ISSUES Mary Harris, Regents Professor, UNT V. Barbara Bush, Associate Professor, UNT M. Jean Keller, Vice President for Community Engagement, UNT NTCCC Spring Leadership Conference, January 24 , 2014, Collin College North Texas Regional P-16 Council Introduction to the North Texas Regional P-16 Council
Mary Harris North Texas Regional P-16 Council P-16 Councils exist to break down a profound disjunctive and continuing cultural, political and institution chasm between K-12 and higher education. Maeroff, Callan, and Usdan, 2001 The Learning Connection North Texas Regional P-16 Council The North Texas Regional P-16 Council, along with families, business, faith-based groups, local, state, and federal agencies, and community organizations, works across the
levels of education to advance all students and to close the gaps in students' academic achievement from preschool to college and/or career. North Texas Regional P-16 Council Members, 2014 $ Birdville ISD $ Collin College District $ Communications in Schools Dallas, Inc. $ Dallas County Community College District $ Dallas ISD $ Dallas AfterSchool $ DARS/Division for Blind Services $ Denton ISD $ Education Service Center, Region 10
$ Education Service Center, Region 11 $ Educate Texas: Communities Foundation of Texas $ Fort Worth ISD $ Grand Prairie ISD $ Grayson College $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
$ $ $ Grayson College Irving ISD Joshua ISD Lewisville ISD Mesquite ISD Plano ISD North Central Texas College Tarleton State University Tarrant County College District Texas A&M University - Commerce Texas Christian University Texas Womans University The University of Texas at Arlington
$ The University of Texas at Dallas $ University of North Texas $ Weatherford College $ $ $ $ United Way of Metropolitan Dallas United Way of Tarrant County University Cross Roads Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce $ Greater Dallas Chamber of Commerce $ Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce $ LULAC National Education Service Center
$ North Texas Community College Consortium (NTCCC) North Central Texas Interlink Workforce Solutions for Tarrant County 5) Marketing Group North Texas Regional P-16 Council Closing the gaps in North Texas Executive Committee Represents all constituencies Meets regularly Monitors state and local trends North Texas Regional P-16 Council
Work Groups Communications and Networking Funding and Sustainability Professional Development Research, Assessment, and Accountability North Texas Regional P-16 Council Annual Accomplishments, 2002-2014 1. Annual gap analysis reports since 2003 2. Quarterly membership meetings focused on pipeline issues 3. Co-Sponsored Best Practices Conferences, 2007, 2008, 2009, followed by Vertical Alignment and Counselor Conferences 4. Negotiation of our role as a regional P-16 council within a statewide network of P-16 Councils 5. Sustainability through external funding
North Texas Regional P-16 Council Major Strategic Interests 1. Teacher Education pipelines 2. Go Centers 3. Dual credit and concurrent enrollment 4. Early College High Schools 5. Creating college going cultures in high schools 6. Vertical curriculum alignment, STEM 7. Gen TX Week and Gen TX Marketing 8. Implications of House Bill 5 Gen TX Marketing DFW Gen TX Marketing DFW North Texas Regional P-16 Council
Gap Analysis Reports and Related Study V. Barbara Bush North Texas Regional P-16 Council North Texas Regional P-16 Council PURPOSE OF THE GAP ANALYSIS REPORT Present the performances of ESCs 10 and 11, or Region 3-Metroplex (in Texas Higher Education Regions), on the key indicators related to higher education. Conduct horizontal gap analysis comparing ESCs 10 and 11/Region 3 to the state on the core indicators. Identify trends over time for indicators with multi-year data or change on the core data elements for the two most recent data points
North Texas Regional P-16 Council College Readiness College-Ready High School Graduates in English Language Arts, Mathematics, and/or Both Subjects and Mean Annual Rate of Change from 2006 to 2011 in State, ESC 10, and ESC 11 (by Ethnicity, by Gender) SAT/ACT Results of High School Students from 1996 to 2011 in State, ESC 10, and ESC 11 Advanced Course/Dual Enrollment Completion of High School Students from 2003 to 2011 in State, ESC 10, and ESC 11
High School Students Enrolled in Higher Education Dual Credit in 2009, 2010, and 2011 in State and Region 3 North Texas Regional P-16 Council Higher Education Enrollment High School Graduates Enrolled in Higher Education from 1996 to 2012 in Four North Texas Counties (Collective) High School Graduates Enrolled in Higher Education from 1996 to 2012 in Selected North Texas Counties (Individual) College-Going Rate of High School Graduates Enrolled in Texas Postsecondary Education from 2004 to 2011 in State, ESC 10, and ESC 11 by Ethnicity (by Gender, and by Economically Disadvantaged Status) Developmental Education
First Time in College (FTIC) Students in 2-year Colleges Requiring Dev. Ed. vs. Those Not Requiring Dev. Ed. in 2007, 2008, and 2009 Cohorts in State and North Texas First Time in College (FTIC) Students in 4-year Colleges Requiring Dev. Ed. vs. Those Not Requiring Dev. Ed. in 2007, 2008, and 2009 Cohorts in State and North Texas North Texas Regional P-16 Council Higher Education Graduation Public High School Graduates from Classes of 2001-2003, 2002-2004, and 2003-2005 Who Earned a Degree or Certificate within Six Years of High School Graduation in State and Region 3
Employment Employment Rate and Average Wage in 4th Quarter for First Time in College (FTIC) Graduates of 2-year Colleges from 2009 to 2011 in State and North Texas Employment Ratio and Average Wage in 4th Quarter for First Time in College (FTIC) Graduates of 4-year Colleges from 2009 to 2011 in State and North Texas North Texas Regional P-16 Council AVATAR: Academic Vertical Alignment and Renewal M. Jean Keller AVATAR is a statewide network of regional partnerships, focused on secondary and postsecondary vertical course
alignment, to support students college and career readiness and success. AVATAR is a Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) funded project that is implemented by the North Texas Regional P-16 Council and the University of North Texas and it is in its third year. A Need for AVATAR? Too many secondary and postsecondary leaders and educators lack shared and accurate information and understanding of what a student must know and do to be successful in postsecondary education and careers; Too many students enter postsecondary education but do not complete in a timely fashion; and Too many students take developmental education at the
postsecondary level. Texas Public 4 Year University Pipeline: Fall 2005 Cohort 4 YEARS Graduated by 2009: In 2005, 100 Enroll: 27 Full-Time 0 Part-Time 96 Full-Time 4 Part-Time
In 2011, No Longer Enrolled: 28 Full-Time 2 Part-Time 57 6 YEARS Graduated by 2011: 29 Full-Time 1 Part-Time In 2011, Still Enrolled:
Out of every 100 students earn a degree within 6 years 12 Full-Time 1 Part-Time PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES ENROLLMENT 61,879 Data Retrieved from: 2013 Texas Public Higher Education Almanac Texas Public 2 Year College Pipeline: Fall 2005 Cohort 3 YEARS
Earned an Associates or Certificate by 2008: In 2005, 100 Enroll: 6 Full-Time 3 Part-Time 51 Full-Time 49 Part-Time In 2011, No Longer Enrolled:
29 Full-Time 30 Part-Time 4 - 6 YEARS Earned an Associates or Certificate 2009-2011: 27 9 Full-Time 9 Part-Time In 2011, Still Enrolled:
Out of every 100 students earn a degree or certificate within 6 years 7 Full-Time 7 Part-Time PUBLIC COLLEGE ENROLLMENT 106,660 Data Retrieved from: 2013 Texas Public Higher Education Almanac How Does Work?
Partnerships & Teams: High Schools 4 Year IHEs 2 Year IHEs Scaffolding Student Success Regional ESCs Regional P-16 Councils Critical Conversations Secondar
y Graduate College/Career Ready Student Success Assessments Dual Credit, Early College High Schools Student Support Services Educational Policies and Practices Classroom Instruction, Textbooks, Grading, etc. PostGraduate Career ReadySecondary Impact of Developmental Education and Texas Success Initiative Dual Credit, Early College High Schools Student Support Services Educational Policies and Practices Classroom Instruction, Textbooks Grading, etc. Discipline Specific Course
Curriculum Discipline Reference Course Profiles Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills College & Career Readiness Standards The Statewide Network Mathematics ESC 2, Citizens for Educational Excellence, TAMU-Corpus Christi, Del Mar College, & Calallen ISD. ESC 9, Midwestern State University, Vernon College, Burkburnett ISD, Wichita Falls ISD, Iowa Park CISD, and Vernon ISD.
ESC 10, Dallas CCCD, Brookhaven College, & Dallas ISD. ESC 14, Abilene Regional P-16 Council, Cisco College, Ranger College, Western Texas College, Abilene Christian University, McMurry University, Roscoe Collegiate ECHS, Albany ISD, Anson ISD, Clyde-Green Springs ISD, Cooper ISD, Merkel ISD, Wylie ISD, & Roscoe ISD. ESC 16, Panhandle P-16 Council, West Texas A&M University, Amarillo College, Clarendon College, Frank Phillips College, Amarillo ISD, Borger ISD, & Canyon ISD. Region 20, P16 Plus Council of Greater Bexar County, UT-San Antonio, San Antonio College, Palo Alto College, &
Harlandale ISD. English Language Arts Science ESC 1, Upper Rio Grande Valley P-16, UT-Pan Am, South Texas College, & Pharr San Juan Alamo ISD. ESC 10, UNT, Dallas CCCD, Brookhaven College, &
Dallas ISD. ESC 11, UNT, TCCD, & Fort Worth ISD. Awareness ESC 7, Stephen F. Austin University, Kilgore College, & Kilgore ISD.
ESC 6, Sam Houston State University, Lone Star College System, Buffalo ISD, Magnolia ISD & Huntsville ISD. ESC 9, Midwestern State University, Vernon College, Burkburnett ISD, Vernon ISD, Iowa Park CISD, & Wichita Falls ISD. ESC 11, Hill College, & Burleson ISD. ESC 12, McLennan Community College, Texas State Technical College, Waco ISD, La Vega ISD, Midway ISD, Robinson ISD, Reicher Catholic School, &
Baylor University. ESC 13, Austin Community College, Austin ISD, & St. Edwards University. ESC 15, San Angelo P-16+ Partnership, Howard College, Angelo State University, Eden CISD, Wall ISD & San Angelo ISD. North Texas Regional P-16 Council Please visit the North Texas Regional P-16 Council website: http://www.ntp16/notlb.com
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