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DeVry University Advantage Academy
Carolyn Eggert, Principal
DeVry University Advantage Academy
July 11, 2013
DUAA Overview
• DeVry partnership with Chicago Public Schools
• Launched in 2004
• 8 classes graduated
• 10th class to matriculate Fall 2013
• Dual degree: HS diploma + DeVry University
associate degree
• Network Systems Administration
• Web Graphic Design
• No tuition costs to students
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DUAA Students
• Students enroll at end of sophomore year HS
• Enrollment eligibility
• CPS students system-wide
• 2.5 GPA
• 90% attendance
• Student demographics
• 88% minority
• 51% female
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How it works
• Administration
• Partnership between autonomous organizations
• CPS principal, counselors, clerk
• DVU campus president, dean, academic & career
services advisors
• Educators
• High school classes by CPS educators
• College classes by DVU faculty
• Facilities
• 5 classrooms and 3 labs on DVU Chicago campus
• Columbus, OH model: HS classes at native school,
college classes at DVU campus
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Organization chart
DVU Campus
President
CPS Principal
CPS
Counselor
9 CPS Teachers:
2.0 English
2.0 Math
1.5 Science
1.0 Fine Arts
1.0 Social Studies
1.0 World Language
0.5 Special Ed
Dean
CPS Clerk
DVU Faculty
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Academic
Advisor
Career
Services
Advisor
Typical student schedule
Juniors
Seniors
8:00 am
Math
9:00 am
English
10:00 am
Science
College courses:
M, W, F Course 1
T, R Course 2
11:00 am
Social Studies / World Language
Noon
Lunch
Lunch
1:00 pm
College courses:
M, W, F Course 1
T, R Course 2
Fine Arts
2:00 pm
3:00 pm
World Language / Science
Math / English
• Juniors take 4 high school classes in the morning. Every junior takes Math, English, and Science.
The fourth class is typically Social Studies or World language.
• Seniors take 3 high school classes in the afternoon. Courses vary widely based on what students
need to earn their high school diploma / college and career interests.
• All students take 2 college courses in an 8-week cycle. Courses are the traditional Monday /
Wednesday / Friday and Tuesday / Thursday
• Senior start time and junior end time vary by day according to the college schedule, and change
every 8 weeks when courses change
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Record of success
• For first seven classes:
• 94% high school graduation
• 85% associate degree completion
• 85% 4-year degree matriculation
• Preliminary results for eighth class
• 100% high school graduation
• 93% associate degree completion
• University of Chicago research findings:
• Smaller environment, helpful faculty, excellent
preparation for future schooling
• Very likely to receive a postsecondary degree
• Students: 90 percent would recommend
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Lessons learned
As program has evolved:
• Creating extracurricular activities to meet students’ social
needs
• Rethinking academic schedules to align with student
learning and individual students’ needs
• Creating holistic experience for students/families through
effective co-management by DVU and CPS
• Understanding what is takes for students to be
successful, and guiding students accordingly
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Testimonial
“Students in DUAA had their eyes opened by the
program, many of whom would not have
considered getting a college degree in the first
place, let alone going on to pursue a bachelor’s
degree. With this experience under their belts,
their fear of college is gone.”
- Jovanny C., 2006 DUAA graduate
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Early College Partnerships
July 11, 2012
Chadra Lang– Chicago Public Schools
Freda Richmond– City Colleges of Chicago
Many college bound high
school students require
remedial work
• Majority of students from
CPS are college bound.
• Majority of CPS students
coming to CCC require
remediation.
• Growing majority of jobs
require post-secondary
education.
• Over the past ten years,
early college existed at
both CPS and CCC as
separate entities.
• Goal: To create a
sustainable and
predictable early college
program that benefits high
schools and CCC.
2005 – 2009 High School Cohort
29,388 CPS 9th Grade Enrollment
Fall 2005
16,398 (56%) CPS Graduates
2009 - 2010
8,291 (54%)
College Enrolled
Fall 2009
2,833 (33%)
CCC Enrolled
2,635 (93%)
Students underprepared in
at least one subject
198 (7%)
Students college ready
in English, Reading, Math
Early College Milestones
DEC 2012
JUNE 2012
JAN 2012
DEC 2011
NOV 2011
• Mayor and CCC
Chancellor
announces 100
free Dual
Enrollment seats
at each CCC
campus (700 total
each semester)
• 20 schools
• Mayor and CCC
• Mayor and CCC
Chancellor
announces the
launch of Dual
Credit Math
courses at CPS
High Schools
• CPS-CCC Working
Group formed to
develop Early
College policies
and procedures
• Dual Credit
Chancellor
announce 5 Early
College STEM
Schools
• 5 CPS High Schools
pilot Dual Credit
courses impacting
over 200 students
accepted as 201213 Dual Credit
schools
expansion
announced for
2013-14
• 13 CTE Articulation
Agreements
available for CPS
students
• Dual Enrollment
tripled enrollment
from previous
semester
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Early College Overview
HOW IT WORKS
BENEFITS
Dual
Enrollment
• High school students take CCC
courses at a CCC location
• Receive CCC Credit
• Currently free for public HS
students
1. High school students
with college credit are
more likely to persist and
graduate.
Dual Credit
• CPS students take CCC courses at
their HS
• Receive both HS and CCC credit
• Currently free for students
2. Early college students
will not require
remediation.
CTE
Articulation
• HS students take a set of CPS
courses which translate into
specific CCC course credit
• Requires enrollment at CCC
Early College
STEM
Schools
• CPS student can earn a high
school diploma and associates
degree within 6 years;
incorporates Dual Credit, Dual
Enrollment and articulated credit
3. CCC has a growing body
of transfer agreements
that could retain
students.
4. Students can earn
stackable credentials and
college credits without
exhausting financial aid.
Early College Summary
Dual Credit High Schools
• Approximately 500 students enrolled in
Dual Credit Math and/or English course
21 CPS Teachers accepted as CCC adjunct
(SY2012-13)
• 15 Schools (SY2012-13),
• 90% (454) Completion, of which 77%
(350) Earned Credit
Dual Enrollment Programs
• 894 Participating Students (Spring,
Summer, & Fall 2012)
• 469 Participating Students (Spring 2013)
• 85% (398) Completion in Spring 2013, of
which 87% (347) Earned Credit
Early College
Programs
Early College STEM Schools
• 900 Freshman Students (SY2012-13)
• 5 High Schools (SY2012-13)
• 5 Business Partners: IBM, Verizon,
Motorola, Cisco, and Microsoft
Career Technical Education
Articulation Agreements
• 13 CTE Articulated Agreements through
Spring 2013
• 11 Agreements aligned to C2C
• 53 CPS high schools have CTE programs
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Wednesday, April
Dual Credit| Fall 2013: 25 CPS High Schools offering courses
Offers college eligible students college credit without transportation burden
City College
CPS High School
2010 - 2011
Spring 2012
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Fall 2012
Tool-kit for developing
Early College Collaborations
• Identify key stakeholders from school district and
post secondary partner
• Regularly scheduled working team and leadership
meetings
• Develop an Advisory/ Governing Board
• Develop a data sharing agreement
• Identify metrics and evaluation process
• Align academic calendar & marketing strategies
Tool-kit for creating
Concurrent Enrollment
• Develop incentives for participation (high
school, Principal, teacher and student)
• Standard application process for participation
• Identify high school and post secondary
campus liaisons
• Co-facilitate events & professional
development sessions
• Automate systems to share grades & test
scores
Early College| Early College helps students earn college credit while still
enrolled in high school
Characteristics of Early College
Early diagnostic
testing for college
readiness
Early identification
of academic and
career pathways
Early College
Early access to
academic advising
and support
services
Early access to
academically
rigorous courses
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Early College Team and Contact Information
Chicago Public Schools
City Colleges of Chicago
Name
Email
Name
Email
Josh Kaufmann
[email protected]
Freda Richmond
[email protected]
Chadra Lang
[email protected]
Renee Daye Cross
[email protected]
July 11, 2013
Tinley Park, Illinois
Early College Credit Partnerships
Shawn Munos, Assistant Principal for Teaching and Learning,
West Aurora High School
Dora Phillips, High School Partnerships Manager,
Waubonsee Community College
Waubonsee Community College
Home of the Chiefs!
• District encompasses 524 square miles in Kane, Kendall, DeKalb, LaSalle,
and Will counties with four campuses.
• Serves 22 municipalities with 12 public and 8 private high schools.
• 2012-2013 enrollment of 31,158 students taking 197,852 credit hours.
• District high schools vary in size from 85 students to 4,000 students.
Waubonsee creates specific dual credit programs for each partner high
school.
Waubonsee Community College believes our success is defined by the
dreams we help shape, the opportunities we help design, and the futures
we help create.
West Aurora High School
West Aurora High School
Home of the West Aurora Blackhawks!
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Second largest city in the state of Illinois
City of four major school districts and numerous private schools
2012-2013 West Aurora High School enrollment of 3550 students
2012-2013 Student demographics - 3.5% Asian, 14.9% Black, 33.8% White
and 44.7% Hispanic
• 53.7% low-income students
• 11.5% IEP students
But statistics do not define who we are, the programs and opportunities
that our students avail themselves of and have success in define the
students who walk our halls.
West Aurora High School
Goals
College Ready. All students will have the opportunity to graduate
academically ready to attend college.
College Successful. Develop a program of courses so varied that all students
will have the opportunity to try their first college course
and discover that they can achieve success.
College Complete. Provide opportunities for each
student to set and achieve a personal college completion
goal. This includes completion of career certificates and
associate degrees.
West Aurora High School
College Ready
Nationwide, 60% of community college students take at least one
developmental (below 100 level) class and only 25% of those students ever
complete a program. Community College Research Center at Columbia University’s
Teachers College
Two semester developmental English course sequence offered as a Junior
English option. Successful students may enroll in English 101/102 as Seniors.
Three semester developmental math course sequence offered Junior/Senior
year ends with a 4th semester transfer level math course for successful
students.
Courses are a blend of Common Core curriculum with Waubonsee’s
Developmental Education curriculum. The daily high school schedule allows
enough instructional time to fulfill both curriculums.
West Aurora High School
College Successful
Students completing at least one college-level course before graduating from
high school are more likely to attend and graduate from college.
Taking College Courses in High School: A Strategy for College Readiness, Jobs for the Future, 2012
2013-14
Offer the following courses at West Aurora:
COM100, ENG101, ENG102, MCM130,
PSY100, MUS100, ACC120, ACC121, MTH101, MTH104, MTH111, MTH112, MTH131, MTH132,
SPN201, SPN202, SPN205, SPN215, CAD100, CAD102, CMT101, BIO100, BIO101, BIO102, BIO103
Additional courses will be offered starting with the 2014-15 school
year.
Offer the following courses through a regional career center: FSC140, FSC150,
FSC215, FSC115, FSC120, FSC125, FSC105, CRJ100, CRJ101, CRJ102, CRJ105, CRJ107, AUT100
Offer the following courses at *Waubonsee:
EMT120, COM125, PBT105, PBT297,
NAS101, HIT105
*Students may enroll any approved course for credit at Waubonsee. These courses are dedicated
programs with tuition paid for by West.
West Aurora High School
College Complete
Students in the class of 2017 are eligible to earn an Associate of Science
degree with a STEM concentration and graduate from Waubonsee Community
College 2 weeks prior to graduation from West. The courses are offered
entirely at West Aurora High School and no tuition is charged to families.
Currently, students can complete the following career certificates: Firefighter
Certificate of Achievement (20 hours), Phlebotomy Technician (9 hours), EMT (9
hours), and CNA (7 hours) prior to high school graduation.
Additional completion programs will be available as we move
forward. By establishing a developmental education
foundation combined with a full general education course
sequence, West can now examine areas of concentration that
are optimal for our students and community.
Together we can build a smooth transition from high school to
an educated and employable future for our students.
West Aurora High School
Forward Focus
West Aurora High School is a 9-12 school offering a 9-14 education. We truly
believe that “Every Blackhawk can be a Chief” during their high school years.
West intentionally hires teachers with content area master’s degrees in order to
increase the courses offered. Waubonsee waives tuition for all courses taught
by qualified high school faculty.
During the 2012-13 school year, 610 students enrolled in 1117 courses for 3,630
credit hours. This represents an actual tuition savings of $352,110 at the
Waubonsee 2012 tuition rate of $97 per credit hour. For 2013-14, enrollment is
on pace to double as increasing numbers of students find success in early
college courses.
West Aurora High School
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