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Career and College Ready Graduates

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CAREER- AND COLLEGE-READY GRADUATES

Original Legislation

Section 10.13.(a) Career and College Ready Graduates

requires the

State Board of Community Colleges, in consultation with the State Board of Education, shall develop a program for implementation beginning in the 2016-2017 school year that introduces the college developmental mathematics and developmental reading and English curriculums in the high school senior year and provides opportunities for college remediation for students prior to high school graduation

through cooperation with community college partners.

SECTION X .

S.L. 2015-241, Section 10.13(a)

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CAREER-

AND COLLEGE-READY GRADUATES

CLARIFY CAREER- AND COLLEGE-READY GRADUATE PROGRAM SECTION 10.5. Section 10.13 of S.L. 2015-241 reads as rewritten:

"CAREER- AND COLLEGE-READY GRADUATES

"SECTION 10.13.(a)

The State Board of Community Colleges, in consultation with the

State

Board of Education, shall develop a program for implementation beginning with model programs in the 2016-2017 school year that introduces the college developmental mathematics and developmental reading and English curriculums in the high school senior year and provides opportunities for college remediation for students prior to high school graduation through cooperation with community college partners. The program shall be fully implemented in all high schools statewide beginning with the 2018-2019 school year.

Students who are enrolled in the Occupational Course of Study to receive their high school diplomas shall not be required to participate in the program or be required to take mandatory remedial courses as provided for in this section, unless a parent specifically requests through the individualized education program (IEP) process that the student participates.

S.L

.

2016-94,

Section 10.13(a)

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Career and College-Ready

Graduate Alignment

Partnership

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Collaborative Approach

Committee

– Career and College Ready Graduates (CCRG)

Community College staff

Department of Public Instruction (DPI) content consultants

Local Education Agency leaders

High school teachers

Local Partnerships

Particular to the CC and the local high school/district that falls in their service area

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Phase I Partnerships

2016-2017 Community College/High School Partnerships

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Phase I & Phase II Partnerships

New Phase II, 2017-18, Community College/High School Partnerships

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CCRG Rollout

Phase I, 2016-17 Optional, 7 community college/high school partnerships

Phase II, 2017-18 Optional, 17 additional community college/high school partnerships

Phase III, 2018-19 Mandatory state-wide

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Community College

LEA

Subject

Asheville-Buncombe

Asheville City

Math

Buncombe

County

Math

Madison County

Math

Alamance Community College

Alamance-Burlington

Schools

Math and English

Brunswick

Community College

Brunswick County Schools

English

Central Piedmont Community

College

Charlotte-Mecklenburg

Math

Davidson

County Community College

Lexington

City Schools

Math and English

Pitt Community College

Pitt County Schools

Math and English

Randolph

Community College

Asheboro City Schools

Math

PHASE I MODELS

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Community

College

LEA

Alamance

Community College

Alamance-Burlington Schools

College of the Albemarle

Chowan County

Perquimans County

Lenoir Community College

Lenoir County

Schools

McDowell Technical Community College

McDowell

County Schools

Pamlico Community College

Pamlico

County Schools

Piedmont Community College

Person County Schools

Rockingham Community

College

Rockingham County

Schools

Richmond Community College

Scotland

County Schools

Vance-Granville Community

College

Warren County Schools

Mayland

Community College

Yancey County Schools

PHASE II MODELS

(GEAR UP)

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Community

College

LEA

Cape

Fear Community College

Heide Trask HS, Pender

Early College HS, Pender HS, Topsail HS

Fayetteville Technical

Community College

Forsyth Technical Community College

North Stokes HS, South Stokes HS, West Stokes HS

Robeson Community College

Sampson

Community College

Hobbton

HS,

Lakewood HS, Midway HS, Sampson Early College HS, Union HS

Southeastern Community College

Stanly Community College

Albemarle HS

PHASE II MODELS

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Model Overview

Student identified as not college ready in math and/or English

Student participates in math and/or English

“course” developed by Community College System

Student enters directly into college-level math and English courses

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Eligibility Criteria

Phase I – Determined by local partnerships

< 18 in English/Reading/Writing on the ACT

<21 (22) in Mathematics on the ACT

<2.6

through 2.75

unweighted

GPA (varies by model)

Phase II – Narrow eligibility criteria

Phase III – Statewide criteria

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Mathematics

Current Models

Embedded

Essential of College Math

Advanced Function and Models

Stand-alone

Computer aided instruction

Nine week “mandatory” elective course

Semester-long “mandatory” elective course

Mastery based

Cloud based

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English

Current Models

Course in development to better align with English IV

Stand-alone

Computer aided instruction

Nine week “mandatory” elective course

Semester-long “mandatory” elective

Success

80% mastery

Proficient writing samples on a minimum of two required writing assignments

Requires a Learning Management System

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What is Success?

Successful completion in gateway math/English

(on first attempt)

Reduced developmental education

footprint

“Credit

” for individual modules

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Phase I Timeline

Su

mmer ’16

Fall ’16

Spring ’17

A, B

C, D, E, F, G, H

I , J, K, L

Task

A

Communication - Career and College Ready Graduates

Community

Colleges/DPI

B

Recruit and form Phase I partnerships

Local CC and High

Schools

C

Phase

I models planning

CC faculty/administrators

– HS principals/teachers

D

Create statewide

math and English course

CCRG math and English sub-committees

E

Courses vetted

CCRG taskforce

F

Identify

eligible students, advise students

High

school counselors, teachers, instructional coaches

G

Create high school courses

CC IT department and faculty

H

Schedule classes, identify teachers,

register students

High school counselors,

teachers, instructional coaches

I

Pre-test

(for benchmarking), instruction begins

CC faculty

and HS teachers

J

Regional

Information Sessions & Assistant Superintendents meeting

Community

Colleges and

High

Schools, Assistant Superintendents

K

Post-test (for benchmarking)

CC

faculty and HS teachers

L

Record student

grades for community colleges

CC faculty

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Phase II Timeline

Summer ‘17

Fall ’17

Spring ’18

M, N,

O, P

P, Q, R, S, T, U

V, W,

X

Task

M

Recruit and form Phase II partnerships (including GEAR UP)

Local CC and High

Schools

N

Phase II models planning

CC faculty/administrators

– HS principals/teachers

O

Identify

and advise eligible students

High

school counselors, teachers, instructional coaches

P

Assess

data

CCRG

data sub-committee, The CC IR department, UNC-GA

Q

Use

data to inform Phase II options

CCRG

data sub-committee, The CC IR department

R

Create high school courses (embedded or elective)

The

community college

IT department and faculty

S

Schedule classes, identify teachers,

register students

High school counselors,

teachers, instructional coaches

T

Ongoing professional

development

CCRG professional

development committee, High school/CC teams

U

Create high school courses,

Schedule classes, identify teachers,

register students

High school counselors,

teachers, instructional coaches

V

Instruction begins

High School teachers

W

Assist

high schools

CC personnel

X

6 –

8 Regional Information Sessions

CC and High Schools

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Factors for Phase III Implementation

Automated reporting of data

Data

and Evaluation

Qualitative

Quantitative

Alignment with NC’s Multiple Measures Policy

Improvements

in “course” content

Statewide

math and English

“course”

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State Agency Contacts

NC Community College System

Susan

Barbitta

, Associate

Director for Special Projects

barbittas@nccommunitycolleges.edu

NC

Department of Public Instruction

Tiffany

Perkins

, Director

K-12 Standards,

Curriculum and Instruction

tiffany.perkins@dpi.nc.gov

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Likes and Wonder

Write the name of this session (ELA or Math)

at the top of both sides of the index card.What have you heard in today’s session that you like

? Record these on the lined side of a note card.What wonder(s)

do you have after today’s session? Record these on the unlined side of the note card.Leave note cards in the center of the table.


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