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A Leg Up on College: Dual Enrollment Growth Across CCCs (B6) - Shared screen with speaker view
Gerson - League Staff
04:38
Good afternoon, I will be the League Staff member in this session. Thank you very much for presenting today. I am currently adding you as a co-host in order for you to be able to share your screen. Please let me know the names of your co-presenters so that I may also make them a co-host. Note they will be responsible for helping to monitor the chat and screen share the presentation should you not be able to.Finally, it is imperative that we keep to a tight schedule. We have a hard end time for your session and are unable to extend past this time.
Greg Pensa
06:28
Hi Luis Sanchez, from Greg Pensa AHC.
lsanchez
09:29
Hi Greg!
Claudia Escobar
15:00
Welcome everyone! We will get started soon. Glad you could join us.
Stephanie Houston, Ed.D., SBCCD
27:50
Is Articulated credit included?
Douglas Houston
30:23
Sorry to have to leave early. Thanks Michal and Wheelhouse/Ed Lab team; you are doing great work on our behalf. Thanks also to colleagues from Oxnard and Marin!
Michal Kurlaender
30:57
Thanks so much Doug!
mhernandez
31:00
Will we have access to the PowerPoint post conference?
Michal Kurlaender
32:24
We will be putting out these latest numbers on our website by the end of the month. The report from January is up there now. https://education.ucdavis.edu/wheelhouse-center-community-college-leadership-and-research
mhernandez
33:08
Thank you
Marisa Perez
33:55
My son is taking his first dual enrollment class this semester as a 9th grader. so far so good. He has lots of time on his hands with virtual learning.
Omid Pourzanjani
34:47
My experience is that cost of textbooks is a barrier for the DI groups in this population. Is that consistent observation for others?
Michal Kurlaender
35:21
@Marisa—that’s great, yes we suspect many more students may be doing so at this time and we’ll plan to investigate that.
Michal Kurlaender
36:28
@Omid—would love to hear more about what is being done to mitigate this (at the HS or CC level)
Nan Gomez-Heitzeberg
36:58
Kern Community College District, in particular Bakersfield College, has focused its efforts in rural communities. Communities that have low education attainment and high Latinx populations (from 63% to 95% of population). 2 years so far with graduating classes, diplomas & A.A. degrees.
Marisa Perez
37:28
At Cerritos College, some of our k-12 partners cover college textbook costs for dual students to.
Coleen Maldonado
38:21
@Omid - districts participating in a CCAP agreement agree to pay for the textbooks for their students in DE classes. That is making college even more accessible for students and families
Maggie Fishman
38:44
no slides???
Coleen Maldonado
39:12
Just we can see them
Michelle Poggi
39:14
I can see them.
Greg Pensa
39:16
Yes can see
julius sokenu
39:21
Yes I can see them
Michal Kurlaender
39:56
If folks feel comfortable sharing emails, we’d love to follow up to hear more about some of the specific examples (and challenges) at your colleges.
Maggie Fishman
39:57
now I can thanks
Adrienne Grey
40:38
Make sure your view window (upper right corner) is set correctly -- usually Standard
Wheelhouse UC Davis
42:12
What a rich conversation.To stay current with Wheelhouse research, please join our email list: https://education.ucdavis.edu/wheelhouse-mail-list
Coleen Maldonado
42:37
@Michal, always to share. Coleen Maldonado, K-14 Career Pathways Coordinator, El Camino College at cmaldonado@elcamino.edu
Marisa Perez
42:38
marisa perez. cerritos college. mkperez@cerritos.edu. I’m a trustee here and a dual enrollment parent.
Jerry Buckley
42:45
Reedley College serves roughly 3,500 students across 19 sites in our rural communities of the Central Valley. We have a 30% participation rate from traditional high school graduates, but that increases to 60% for our dual enrolled population.
Jerry Buckley
47:49
Reedley is aligning our dual enrollment offerings to our Guided Pathways framework. We are also participants in the DRIVE K16 Collaborative, building specific pathways in Engineering, Education and Business.
Ed Lopez
47:55
has DE increased HS graduation rates? also, how do we measure improvement in college readiness?
Ed Lopez
49:20
some CEOs see DE through a lens of enrollment management. how does that affect our ability to reach the goals
Ed Lopez
49:29
of DE
Michal Kurlaender
52:52
@Ed good questions, some studies have found improved HS graduation rates, but it’s usually confounded with other individual factors, it’s more strongly associated with college participation and success (college readiness is best measured by the ability to succeed in college level courses). In terms of your second question, in addition to Luis, there are a few other CC CEOs in our session that might want to answer.
Michal Kurlaender
54:38
@Jerry—thank you, we plan to follow up with you to learn more about what Reedley is doing, especially the alignment to GP.
Barbara Calhoun
56:28
Can you drop for slides or give us the email to download?
Alina Varona
56:28
Really great question, Ed. I think it's a fantastic way to grow enrollment and build an enrollment pipeline and have seen that work, yet when folks are working with a fixed FTES or units at a basic aid district, folks may be reticent to dedicate limited instructional units toward DE
Omid Pourzanjani
56:29
@ Michal: generally, high school districts pay for the textbooks. In my experience, they pick classes to include in their Dual Enrollment offering that have very low textbook costs or are zero-cost/OER. This approach is not always the best for students. We have over 3500 students at Delta in Dual Enrollment courses. Success rates are relatively high.
Wheelhouse UC Davis
57:35
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Marisa Perez
58:44
We have four K-12 districts at cerritos college. we have experienced all these challenges and more. incremental approach and lots of support for your superintendent and DE employees is needed, from a trustee’s perspective.
Alina Varona
58:50
We try to do zero cost textbooks as highest equity approach or leverage funding for textbook loan programs
Marisa Perez
59:31
Thank you President Sanchez - all good advice!
Ed Lopez
01:00:23
elopez@nocccd.edu. thanks
sandra chen lau
01:00:34
hi sandra chen lau trustee from pasadena city college
julius sokenu
01:00:39
Thank you President Sanchez for a comprehensive overview of the challenges and opportunities facing Dual Enriollment in our Colleges
Sherrie L Reed
01:00:46
And as Wheelhouse researchers continue this work on DE, we’d love to stay connected with you so please email us: mkurlaender@ucdavis.edu or slreed@ucdavis.edu
Marisa Perez
01:00:57
examples of how to market dual enrollment would be very helpful.
Coleen Maldonado
01:01:03
What does research show about under-represented student group success rates and achievement gaps?? This is a powerful equity strategy
Linda Wah
01:01:26
important point you made to build DE strategy around continued pathways. I pushed this in the k-12 districts I serve with and I think it will help our K-12 districts better focus
sandra chen lau
01:01:35
my question is that we are seeing the % on dual enrollment what are the actual headcount of participation for dual enrollment? thank you
Wheelhouse UC Davis
01:01:53
Wheelhouse will post slides on this page of our website later today: https://education.ucdavis.edu/leg-college-0
mhernandez
01:01:53
Michelle Hernandez, Director, First Year Experience (Also responsible for the CA College Promise Program at Antelope Valley College) mhernandez@avc.edu
Linda Wah
01:02:01
still lots of issues about who gets to teach the classes and this seems to be a barrier when districts try to negotiate with their faculty - any good strategies will be important
Jerry Buckley
01:02:43
Reedley is also partnering with our senior public and private institutions to extend pathways to the baccalaureate level
Linda Wah
01:03:09
great presentation
Coleen Maldonado
01:03:47
Thanks everyone! Great presentation
Mary Ann Lutz
01:04:01
Thank you for a wonderful session! Great information!
Claudia Escobar
01:04:14
Thank you!
Nan Gomez-Heitzeberg
01:04:14
comprehensive and well organized. looking forward to more from the Wheelhouse
mhernandez
01:04:14
THank you!
Suzanne Chan
01:04:14
Thank you! Good Session!