Activity/Tas Project Deliverable Start Expecte Status as of
k/Milestone Goal/Outco Date d End Qtr Ending
/ me Date Date
Redesign Revised Fall Summer In progress
developmen developmen 2011 2014
tal tal education
education. programs in
Develop and Online Summer Fall In planning
implement contextualiz 2012 2014 phase.
curriculum. tal modules
Develop and Compressed Fall Fall Some
implement curriculum 2011 2014 sections
accelerated built for developed
curriculum – developmen and
compression tal math, implemente
. reading, d. Others in
Develop and Mainstream Fall Fall In planning
implement ed 2012 2014 phase.
curriculum – built for
ng. tal English.
Develop and Modularized Fall Fall In planning
implement Accelerate curriculum 2012 2014 phase.
accelerated progress for built for
curriculum – low-skilled and developmen
modularizati other workers. tal math.
Provide Summer Fall Student
personalized 2012 2014 Success
guidance for Improve Coach hired
students retention and and will
enrolled in achievement start
Clean Energy rates to 5/14/12.
Tech reduce time-to-
Create and Summer Fall Some
place 2012 2014 internships
students in already in
internships. place before
Develop and Build Curriculum Fall Fall Curriculum
implement programs built for 2011 2014 developmen
three short- that meet three t underway
term, non- industry certificates. for one
credit needs certificate.
certificates In planning
with input phase for
from content two
experts and certificates.
Develop and Strengthen Curriculum Summer Fall Courses
implement online and modified for 2012 2014 have been
hybrid and technology- online and identified
online enabled hybrid and timeline
training learning delivery of for
courses Clean Energy curriculum
within the Technology modification
Clean Energy program being
Technology courses. refined.
Strategy Progress measure
1. Redesign developmental
education. Develop alternative
assessments and targeted
Time to completion for students in DE (based on levels of remedial
need). 2,400 students will be served by new dev ed curriculum
Number of students who complete their required developmental
sequence or alternative assessments & curriculum successfully: Yr 1
65% will demonstrate basic skill competency; yr 2 70%; yr 3 75%
Students who complete gatekeeper college-level English and math.
61% overall CCCS remedial pass rate
Fifteen developmental programs redesigned.
Number of students enrolled in redesigned developmental courses.
2400 students served by DE curriculum; 4000 career services; 2000
served by career coaches
2. Pilot the use of OER
developmental math courses
Number and percentage of students who complete OER
developmental math courses. 61% overall CCCS remedial pass rate
including in OER courses.
Time to completion in OER developmental math courses compared to
standard developmental math courses.
Faculty trained to effectively teach these courses
One college implementing this course format
3. Personalized guidance via
career coaches, intrusive
advising, early warning systems,
student success courses
Number and percentage of students who enroll in consecutive
semesters. 2106 students served in energy
Number of students who complete 9 credits in a program of study
(concentrators). 549 total number of students who earn a degree
during the period of performance. 2500 students use services
Number and percentage of students using these services; type of
services provided. 2500 students use services provided by CLDE.
Number of certificates and degrees completed annually. 1579
certificates or degrees earned over the life of the project.
Student satisfaction with these services - more than 50% students
reporting satisfied or extremely satisfied with service
15 career coaches hired
Implementation of early warnings systems (via LMS for online
programs, Career Coach monitoring)
4. Build online and hybrid
flexible, stackable short-term
certificates and associate
degree programs that lead to
Job placement - 300 TAA students placed in energy positions
Wages of students after placement - target wages $23/hour
Number of students enrolled in Energy programs. 2106 students
served in energy programs.
1500 Career Readiness Certification tests administered and
completed through workforce centers
Role of Industry in creation of energy courses
1000 internship and work placement agreements created and
5. Develop hybrid and online
training courses and use OER
resources where available; and
mobile labs for hands-on
2106 students enrolled in online, hybrid, and mobile lab programs
565 students who master technology taught in mobile labs
Seven online and hybrid programs developed with and without OER
Three mobile lab programs
Progress to date Self Assessment (on
(this should be a track, behind
%, i.e. the item is schedule, or ahead
100% finished) of schedule)
22 enrolled in redesigned MAT 090 (with STAR on-
line tutoring; 13 passed. 10 enrolled in
redesigned MAT 099 (with STAR on-line tutoring);
5 passed. 6 enrolled in compressed English
18 (5-MAT 099; 5- behind schedule. 060/090; 5 passed both courses. 14 enrolled in
ENG 090; 8-ENG Percent successful is concurrent ENG 090 and 121; 8 passed both
121) not adequate. courses. 59% pass rate overall.
25 (5-MAT 099; 5-
ENG 090; 15-ENG 25 students completed the redesigned
090) On track developmental sequence.
8 students completed a redesigned gatekeeper
8 On track course (ENG 121 concurrent with 090).
55 of 103 students registered for Spring
redesigned dev ed courses have registered for
55 (53%) either summer or fall, 2012 courses
4 Students served by the career coach with career
4-career coach; 4- counseling and intrusive advisement. 4 students
tutoring on STAR- assisted by the tutor assigned to the redesign
related issues in sections of MAT 090 and 099 using the STAR
MAT 090 & 099 On schedule. program.