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CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES CHANCELLOR’S OFFICE. RFA MeetUp December 7, 2012. Administrative Fixes. Empower Regions. Rethink Funding. Phase 1: Doing What MATTERS for Jobs & Economy Framework Target incentive investment (EWD, SB70, Perkins 1B) Sector Region Technical Assistance
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CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGESCHANCELLOR’S OFFICERFA MeetUpDecember 7, 2012Administrative FixesEmpower RegionsRethink Funding
  • Phase 1: Doing What MATTERS for Jobs & Economy Framework
  • Target incentive investment (EWD, SB70, Perkins 1B)
  • Sector
  • Region
  • Technical Assistance
  • Braided RFA
  • Common accountability metrics
  • Phase 2: Moving the Needle
  • Phase 3: Scaling Excellence
  • California Community Colleges – Chancellor’s Office | 112 Colleges | 72 Districts | 2.6 Million StudentsAdministrative FixesEmpower RegionsRethink FundingPerkins 1B = Perkins 1C / California Community Colleges – Chancellor’s Office | 112 Colleges | 72 Districts | 2.6 Million StudentsRecap
  • 12+ months of conversations with internal and external stakeholders
  • First set of RFAs release within 30 days…
  • RFAs for Key Talent:
  • Sector Navigators statewide consolidated package ($372,500 each): Sector Navigator, Hub, Collaborative Communities, Advisories
  • Consortia Chair packages:
  • Macro-regions A, B, G: $300K + $70K
  • Macro-regions C, D, E, F: $150K + $70K
  • Selected TA Provider RFAs:
  • Labor market information
  • Contract education
  • CACareerCafe.com toolkits
  • EWD coordination
  • Administration of ‘supplemental Collaborative Communities’
  • Future RFAs: Upon resolving dependencies
  • California Community Colleges – Chancellor’s Office | 112 Colleges | 72 Districts | 2.6 Million StudentsRecapConsolidation of regional submissionsKey:P = Priority sectorE = Emergent sectorCalifornia Community Colleges – Chancellor’s Office | 112 Colleges | 72 Districts | 2.6 Million StudentsRecapLessons Learned
  • For 2014-15: Time process for earlier
  • CoE to modify top 10 sector categories by May
  • Consortia revisits prioritization during summer
  • Submission in September
  • Effective practice - include LWIBS/EDCs in prioritization
  • Never enough resources. Aim to be equitable
  • Similar funding pool for similar sized macro-regions
  • Differentiate between Priority vs. Emergent funding
  • SB 1070 will go away by end of 2015, unless new funds founds
  • Grants fund capacity
  • Long term = annual but potential for 2-5 years
  • Short term = annual but performed in 1-2 years
  • Spot = less than 12 months
  • California Community Colleges – Chancellor’s Office | 112 Colleges | 72 Districts | 2.6 Million StudentsOpen Questions from the Field
  • Define “authentic partnership”?
  • Does similar size mean geographical size and/or populations?
  • Can you provide the timeline (release submittal) for the RFAs for Sector Navigators, consortia chairs, and TA provider?
  • Are timelines for Centers and SB1070 established?
  • Are priority sectors by region final or is there still time to make a case for your priority?
  • LA County has the largest concentration of advanced manufacturers in the world. Why has the region not identified it as priority?
  • How is Environmental Technology being defined?  I can’t find a definition on the DoingWhatMatters web site. Can you give me some direction on this?
  • California Community Colleges – Chancellor’s Office | 112 Colleges | 72 Districts | 2.6 Million StudentsCalifornia Community Colleges – Chancellor’s Office | 112 Colleges | 72 Districts | 2.6 Million StudentsCommon Metrics & AccountabilityMore on outcomes, less on activities and outputsCommon menuSelectively applies depending on funding stream & RFA scopeAdvised by CalPASS, RP Group, WestEd, CCCCO TRIS, ARCC 2.0, fieldLaunchboard: tools to automate data collection and deliver data“Moving the Needle”A. Student Momentum PointsB. Leading Indicators of Curriculum Alignment to Workforce NeedsC. Quality of Service MeasuresSB 1402Perkins 1BSB 1070California Community Colleges – Chancellor’s Office | 112 Colleges | 72 Districts | 2.6 Million StudentsWork in progressA. Student Momentum Points
  • Middle School cluster
  • Transition from Middle School to High School cluster
  • High School cluster
  • Transition from High School to College cluster
  • Community College cluster
  • General Education and Transfer Progress cluster
  • Community College Transition to Workforce cluster
  • Workforce Progress cluster
  • SB 1402Perkins 1BSB 1070XXXXXXXXXXXXXXCalifornia Community Colleges – Chancellor’s Office | 112 Colleges | 72 Districts | 2.6 Million StudentsWork in progressB. Leading Indicators of Curriculum AlignmentSB 1402Perkins 1BSB 1070Occurrences of the following:
  • Alignment of skillsets within a program (or set of courses) to the needs of the industry in a particular occupation and the needs of the labor market
  • Regionalization of stackable certificates aligned with a particular occupation ladder
  • Alignment of a certificate with state-, industry-, nationally-, and/or employer-recognized certificate
  • Movement of a certificate from non-credit to credit
  • Curriculum articulation along a career or multi-career educational pathway
  • Updating skills of faculty, teachers, counselors, and/or ‘supporting staff to student’ to reflect labor market needs
  • XXX
  • For each, grantees shall provide evidence in the form of a rating by the employers/advisory body,
  • on a scale of 0-5.
  • 5 = exceeds expectation
  • 4 = meets expectation
  • 3 = almost meets expectation
  • 2 = below expectation
  • 1 = does not meet expectation
  • California Community Colleges – Chancellor’s Office | 112 Colleges | 72 Districts | 2.6 Million StudentsWork in progressC. Quality of Service MeasuresSB 1402Perkins 1BSB 1070
  • 360-degree evaluation, with consideration for…
  • Strength of leadership and coordination in building of necessary supporting capacity, such as center, advisories, collaborative communities, and hub
  • Strength of partnership with education and industry partners
  • Strength of awareness and influence on state and regional policy related issues
  • Leadership and responsiveness as a member of the CCCCO Extended Operations Team
  • XX
  • Tool will be provided by the CCCCO.
  • California Community Colleges – Chancellor’s Office | 112 Colleges | 72 Districts | 2.6 Million StudentsFuture RFA MeetUps
  • For instructions to MeetUp: http://doingwhatmatters.cccco.edu/Portals/6/docs/eAlert%20-%20RFA%20Meet%20Ups.pdf
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  • California Community Colleges – Chancellor’s Office | 112 Colleges | 72 Districts | 2.6 Million Students
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