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STRONG WORKFORCE PROGRAM (SWP) TEACHER PREPARATION PIPELINE REGIONAL COLLABORATIVE, LOS ANGELES Quarterly Meeting Friday,

STRONG WORKFORCE PROGRAM (SWP) TEACHER PREPARATION PIPELINE REGIONAL COLLABORATIVE, LOS ANGELES Quarterly Meeting Friday, May 19, 2017 10 am – 1 pm doingwhatmatters. cccco. edu Rio Hondo College

I. Welcome II. Introductions III. Meeting Objectives & Expected Outcomes IV. TPP & SWP

I. Welcome II. Introductions III. Meeting Objectives & Expected Outcomes IV. TPP & SWP Background a. TPP Statewide Collaborative TPP-STEM/CTE Collaborative Agenda b. Strong Workforce Program c. SWP-TPP Regional Collaborative, Los Angeles Region V. 17% Incentive Funding & 2 nd Round Planning VI. Review of Workplan & Deliverables a. TOP Code List b. Discussion and alignment of eligible activities with SWP Metrics/Accountability Measures c. Working lunch – continuation of discussion VII. doingwhatmatters. cccco. edu TPP Online Survey Results & PD Needs Assessment

Meeting Objectives • TPP coordinators to meet face-to-face and get to know each other

Meeting Objectives • TPP coordinators to meet face-to-face and get to know each other • Discuss SWP funding and allocation disbursements • Update on 17% incentive funding • Review individual college workplans and deliverables • Needs Assessment based on TPP Survey results for LA Region doingwhatmatters. cccco. edu

TPP STATEWIDE COLLABORATIVE The Teacher Preparation Pipeline (TPP) – STEM/CTE Collaborative - started in

TPP STATEWIDE COLLABORATIVE The Teacher Preparation Pipeline (TPP) – STEM/CTE Collaborative - started in 2014 -2015 - 10 TPP campuses came together and created a statewide collaborative. Cabrillo, Cerritos, College of the Canyons, Cypress, El Camino, Grossmont-Cuyamaca, Rio Hondo, Saddleback, San Francisco City College, West Hills-Lemoore Mission: Provides a model of contextualized teacher preparation that successfully recruits, trains and supports existing and future educators throughout the state of California, focusing on the areas of STEM and CTE. -TPP grant sunsets January 2018 -Applied for Strong Workforce Allocation funding –First Round doingwhatmatters. cccco. edu

Strong Workforce Program • • Recommendation: CCC Board of Governors 2016 - Governor and

Strong Workforce Program • • Recommendation: CCC Board of Governors 2016 - Governor and legislature approved a new recurring $200 million in annual CTE investment Focus: ü Expand improve CTE programs through regional collaboration ü prepare more students for high-demand, high-wage jobs Aim: create 1 million more middle-skills workers doingwhatmatters. cccco. edu 5

Strong Workforce Program “More and better” CTE “more” - increasing the number of students

Strong Workforce Program “More and better” CTE “more” - increasing the number of students enrolled in programs leading to high-demand, high-wage jobs. “better” - improving program quality (e. g. more students completions, student transfer, employment, improved earnings. ) Outcomes: Data-driven outcomes (rather than activities) Requirement: Labor market demand CTE Data Unlocked – component of the program helps use CTE data to strengthen regional workforce plans doingwhatmatters. cccco. edu 6

Strong Workforce Program Flow of Funds: 60% - Local Shares Goes to districts to

Strong Workforce Program Flow of Funds: 60% - Local Shares Goes to districts to invest in CTE at colleges 40%- Regional Shares Invests in CTE at colleges upon coordinated action doingwhatmatters. cccco. edu 7

SWP Regional Plan: Teacher Preparation Pipeline – STEM/CTE Collaborative Regional Plan Timeline: (1 st

SWP Regional Plan: Teacher Preparation Pipeline – STEM/CTE Collaborative Regional Plan Timeline: (1 st Round) 7/1/2016 – 12/31/2018 (3 years) FY 16 -17, 17/18, Fall 2018 Estimated Proposal Cost: $472, 632 (including a $100, 000 sub-award to Santa Monica College) Lead College/District: Rio Hondo College Participating Colleges: (11)* Rio Hondo, Cerritos, El Camino, Citrus, Pasadena, Compton, East LA, Pierce, Santa Monica, LA Trade Tech, LA Mission *contact list enclosed in folder doingwhatmatters. cccco. edu

Objective # 1 Region-wide outreach and collaboration to expand, increase and improve teacher preparation

Objective # 1 Region-wide outreach and collaboration to expand, increase and improve teacher preparation and pipeline activities throughout the LA region by sharing effective models of teacher recruitment, retention and preparation. Project Lead: Rio Hondo Major Activities: Colleges meet quarterly or, as needed, via conference call to share effective practices to -increase articulated courses -implement dual enrollment and cross-enrollment offerings that lead to teaching -plan professional development workshops and/or regional conference(s) -discuss funding and report on outcomes Outcomes: • effective practices shared • workplans/budget completed • workshops/conferences offered • progress and outcomes tracked and reported by each college doingwhatmatters. cccco. edu

Objective # 2 Activity Lead: Cerritos College Major Activities: Develop and implement dual enrollment

Objective # 2 Activity Lead: Cerritos College Major Activities: Develop and implement dual enrollment courses Outcomes: Increased number of students participating in dual enrollment offerings that lead to teaching. doingwhatmatters. cccco. edu

Objective # 3 Work with university partners to develop and increase teacher recruitment and

Objective # 3 Work with university partners to develop and increase teacher recruitment and pipeline activities through the development of cross-enrollment courses and streamlined career pathways. Activity Lead: Santa Monica Major Activities: Develop and implement university partnerships to streamline career pathways that lead to Bilingual / STEM teaching and other teaching career opportunities. Outcomes: • Streamlined career pathways • Increased number of students attending cross enrollment offerings doingwhatmatters. cccco. edu

Objective # 4 Offer regional professional development workshop(s) and/or conference(s) for STEM/CTE faculty. Activity

Objective # 4 Offer regional professional development workshop(s) and/or conference(s) for STEM/CTE faculty. Activity Lead: El Camino College Major Activities: Offer a minimum of two professional development activities for CTE/STEM faculty. Outcomes: A minimum of two regional professional development activities offered for CTE/STEM faculty. doingwhatmatters. cccco. edu

SWP Regional Plan: Teacher Preparation Pipeline – STEM/CTE Collaborative Regional Plan Process of Funding

SWP Regional Plan: Teacher Preparation Pipeline – STEM/CTE Collaborative Regional Plan Process of Funding Allocation & Disbursement • Each participating college needs to submit a budget for Round 1 of the Strong Workforce Funds. The budget is for the time period that began 7/1/2016 and ends December 2018. • This budget should not include plans for funds that will be allocated in subsequent rounds of the SW program where there might be plans to expand programs. • Colleges will submit budgets based on Participant Agreements and will provide Rancho Community College with invoices for payment on a cost reimbursement basis, based on the budget and participant agreement • Each college will be responsible for its own budget and expenses. • The Lead College are “project leads, ” not “fiscal leads, ” and thus, do not have to distribute, monitor or account for expense of the participating colleges. doingwhatmatters. cccco. edu

17% Incentive Funding doingwhatmatters. cccco. edu

17% Incentive Funding doingwhatmatters. cccco. edu

Strong Workforce Program Funding The legislation requires that funding be allocated in the following

Strong Workforce Program Funding The legislation requires that funding be allocated in the following way, starting in 2017 -18: Unemploymen t Rate; 33% Job Openings; 17% CTE FTES; 33% Student Outcomes; 17% doingwhatmatters. cccco. edu 16

Phase In of the SWP Incentive Model: 2017 -18 • The 83% funds will

Phase In of the SWP Incentive Model: 2017 -18 • The 83% funds will remain the same as in 2016 -17 • The 17% incentive funding will be based on course enrollments and students who earned a degree or certificate in 2016 -17 doingwhatmatters. cccco. edu 17

Adjustments to the Strong Workforce Program Metrics Starting in 2017 -18, course enrollments will

Adjustments to the Strong Workforce Program Metrics Starting in 2017 -18, course enrollments will no longer be part of the metrics. Two new federally-aligned skills-gains metrics will be added: • • the number of students who attained 12 credit units in CTE the number of students who attained 48 noncredit CTE instructional contact hours doingwhatmatters. cccco. edu 18

17% Incentive Funding – starting 2017 -18 Funding for every student with a positive

17% Incentive Funding – starting 2017 -18 Funding for every student with a positive outcome Uses a points system Colleges and regions will receive incentive funding for every CTE student who makes progress toward ü completion ü earns a certificate or degree ü transfers to a four-year institution ü secures employment, ü or attains positive earnings outcomes doingwhatmatters. cccco. edu 19

Allocation of Points 17% Incentive Funding Some measures have different point totals: • •

Allocation of Points 17% Incentive Funding Some measures have different point totals: • • Progress: 0. 5 point for attaining 12 credit CTE units or 48 noncredit CTE As a trade-off for offering unprecedented flexibility in the use of these dollars to drive more and better CTE, the Governor and Legislature incorporated this incentive to ensure that our instructional contact hours for the first time colleges remain focused on delivering the much needed 1 million more industry-valued middle • Completion: 1 point for a credit certificate under 18 units or a noncredit -skill credentials that served the goal of the Board of Governors Strong Workforce Task Force. certificate of 48 -288 hours, 2 points for a credit certificate of 18 -30 units or a noncredit certificate of over 288 hours, 3 points for a credit certificate of over 30 • units or a degree Performance-based formula - statute introduces a workforce success and social mobility incentive into the formula for allocating 1/6 th of the dollars • Employment in field of study: multiplies the rate at which students reported being employed in their field of study by the number of students in the CTE • starts the second year of Strong Workforce Program, 2017 -2018 funding and beyond Outcomes Survey sample • Earnings in the second quarter after exit: divides the dollar value by ten to bring figures in alignment with other metrics doingwhatmatters. cccco. edu

Submission Timeframe – SWP Round 2 Regional Projects Round 2 regional funding will be

Submission Timeframe – SWP Round 2 Regional Projects Round 2 regional funding will be available and at RSCCD (fiscal agent) as of July 1, 2017 to March 31, 2018 – may submit proposal December 31, 2017 - CO to determine what % of 17% incentive funding withheld from Round 2 funding will go to each region. doingwhatmatters. cccco. edu

Getting Credit for Student Outcomes The SWP incentive funding levels are based on: •

Getting Credit for Student Outcomes The SWP incentive funding levels are based on: • Data reported to the Chancellor’s Office through MIS • Employment data gathered by the state of California • The CTE Outcomes Survey Colleges do not need to track student outcomes on their own. doingwhatmatters. cccco. edu 25

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Successful workforce outcomes are limited to these multiple measures: INCREASE QUANTITY (“more”) - required

Successful workforce outcomes are limited to these multiple measures: INCREASE QUANTITY (“more”) - required • CTE enrollment IMPROVE QUALITY (“better”) – choose at least one • Completion • Transfer • Employment rates • Employment in field of study • Earnings • Median change in earnings • Proportion of students who attained living wages doingwhatmatters. cccco. edu

TOP Codes List of CTE and non-CTE TOP Codes (Released by the CO) What

TOP Codes List of CTE and non-CTE TOP Codes (Released by the CO) What this means for TPP? Gives us the ability to apply for grants and look at outcomes in the same way as other sectors are doing it now. TPP as a cluster: TPP is now being integrated into the WEDD program portfolio CCCCO data tools, specifically starting with the Strong Workforce tab and the Launch. Board will have all data grouped by this list. Provide guidance on TPP areas of work and bring new visibility to the shortage of teachers. doingwhatmatters. cccco. edu

TPP Online Survey Results doingwhatmatters. cccco. edu

TPP Online Survey Results doingwhatmatters. cccco. edu