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Achieving the Dream Quantitative Outcomes SL and Non-SL Lower Level Math Courses – Spring 2006

College Learning Council June 1, 2006 Institutional Research and Learning Assessment


A few thoughts…..  Early results are foundational to the ATD work and formative in nature.  Comparative outcomes over time will bring deeper, richer results.  Early results offer great value in the questions they offer; Culture of Inquiry


Quick Overview  407 FTIC Students in 34 sections of SL math; 900+ total enrollments in SL.  Students were unaware at registration that their math course was an SL section.  FTIC SL-Cohort = 44.2% Caucasian, 23.6 Hispanic, 20.6 African American, 2.5% Asian, and 9.1% Other.


FTIC Degree-Seeking Population Enrolled in Lower Level Math Courses - Spring 2006

SL Sections

Non-SL Sections Caucasian 38.2%

Caucasian 44.2%

Other 9.1% Asian 2.5% Hispanics Afric/Amer 30.7%

Hispanics 23.6%

20.6% N=407 FTIC's

Other 8.3% Asian 2.4% Afric/Amer 20.4% N=1,983 FTIC's

(Includes FTIC students from Fall 2005 and Spring 2006 enrolled in Spring 2006.)


FTIC Degree-Seeking Population Enrolled in Lower Level Math Courses - Spring 2006 SL Sections

Non-SL Sections MAT0012 33.0% (N=649)

MAT0012 26.0% (N=107)

MAT0024 49.0% (N=199) Total N = 407

MAT1033 25.0% MAT0024 (N=101) 40.0% (N=796) Total N = 1,983

MAT1033 27.0% (N=538)


Mandate Levels for FTIC Degree-Seeking Students Enrolled in Lower Level Math Courses SL vs. Non-SL (Light = 1 prep area; Moderate = 2 prep areas; Heavy = all 3 prep areas) SL Math (n=407) 8 Caucasian Hispanic 3 10 Asian Pac Isldr African/Amer 1 14 16 Other Non-SL Math (n=1,983) Caucasian Hispanic Asian Pac/Isldr African/Amer Other

12 6 14 6 10

0%

47

23

27

37 20

30

33 40 48

37 33

27

41

No Prep

24

26

30 14 22 26 20%

22

23

31

33

27 32

45 40 36

28 40% Light

60%

Moderate

80% Heavy

(180) (96) (10) (84) (37)

(757) (609) (49) (404) (164)

100%


FTIC Degree-Seeking Success Rates in Lower Level Math Courses by SL vs Non-SL and Mandate Level Spring 2006 80%

60%

(+2.1)

60% 57.9%

(+10.3)

63.5%

(+5.0)

53.2% 52.5%

(-6.1)

47.5%

32.8%

40%

38.9%

20%

0%

No Prep

Light SL

Moderate Non-SL

Courses: MAT 0012, MAT0024, and MAT1033

Heavy


FTIC Withdrawal Rates in Lower Level Math Courses by Ethnicity and SL vs. Non-SL Spring 2006 70% 60% 50% 40%

(+15)

58% 43%

(+1)

39%

(-1)

30%

38%

31%

(-5)

33%

38%

30% 20% 10% 0%

African Amer Asian/Pacific Isldr SL

Caucasian

Non-SL

Courses: MAT0012, MAT0024, MAT1033

Hispanic


FTIC Success Rates in Lower Level Math Courses by Ethnicity and SL vs. Non-SL Light Mandate Level - Spring 2006 100%

(+10) 80% 60%

(+8)

58%

(+7)

67% 50%

81%

57%

62%

55%

(+31)

50%

40% 20% 0%

African Amer Asian/Pacific Isldr SL

Caucasian

Non-SL

Courses: MAT0012, MAT0024, MAT1033

Hispanic 60%Caucasian 20% Hispanic 10% African/Amer


FTIC Success Rates in Lower Level Math Courses by Ethnicity and SL vs. Non-SL Moderate Mandate Level - Spring 2006 64% (+16)

(+4) 60%

(+4)

45%

50%

54%

48%

41%

(-9)

52% 43%

40%

20%

0%

African Amer Asian/Pacific Isldr SL

Caucasian

Non-SL

Courses: MAT0012, MAT0024, MAT1033

Hispanic 35% Caucasian 26% African/Amer 29% Hispanic


FTIC Success Rates in Lower Level Math Courses by Ethnicity and SL vs. Non-SL Heavy Mandate Level - Spring 2006 (-5)

60%

50%

55%

50% 40% 30%

(-6)

31%

(-6)

(-5)

35%

40%

40% 34%

25%

20% 10% 0%

African Amer Asian/Pacific Isldr

Caucasian

Hispanic

1/3 Caucasian 1/3 Afric/Amer SL Non-SL 1/4 Hispanic Courses: MAT0012, MAT0024, MAT1033


A few highs and lows….  African Americans had the highest withdrawal rate (58.8%) and the lowest success rate (38%).  SL sections for Heavy remediation students showed lower success rates than non-SL for every ethnic group.  All ethnic groups in the Light remediation cohort showed higher success rates in SL sections, with Hispanics earning the highest rate (80.8%).


What can we learn from SL attendance data?


FTIC Student Progression - Fall 1997 vs Fall 2000 Non College Ready Fall '97 (n=2624)

Fall '00 (n=2775)

Completed Remediation in 2 Yrs

78%

43%

46%

13%

17%

74%

49%

49%

15%

18%

Completed

College Ready Remediation (No Remediation) in 2 Yrs Fall '97 (n=745) Fall '00 (n=966)

Completed 15 Completed Completed College Level Hours in 3 Yrs Degree in 4 Yrs Degree in 5 Yrs

Completed 15 Completed Completed College Level Hours in 3Yrs Degree in 4 Yrs Degree in 5 Yrs

22%

N/A

73%

36%

41%

26%

N/A

72%

33%

38%


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