Framework outlining an approach for annually evaluating community college performance, which became the basis of Accountability Reporting for the Community Colleges (ARCC).
Technical assistance to the college’s current research and evaluation efforts in the areas of Student Cohort Tracking, Academic Support Evaluation, and Student Success and Equity Planning and Research, in order to improve student outcomes.
Analysis of how to transform basic skills instruction as observed at 20 California Community Colleges.
Technical assistance to the Bay Area California Community Colleges Consortium (BACCC) to create data visualizations for workforce related data from the LaunchBoard and other sources to support the region’s planning efforts.
Multi-prong research study identifying effective practices of health occupations programs in order to improve recruitment, orientation, and other pre-program activities as well as to increase the effectiveness of early intervention and remedial student support services.
Strengthened cultures of inquiry and evidence in the California Community College system through a combination of onsite technical assistance, statewide professional development, and online resources.
Evaluation of MIS student success data for a set of California Community Colleges.
Quantitative analysis of the impact of GE courses incorporating high-impact practices at the community college level on student performance, and guidance on, and dissemination of, the final report.
Instructional strategy and multifaceted resource for practitioners — particularly CTE, math, English, and ESL instructional and counseling faculty — for teaching basic skills in a context that is meaningful and relevant to students' lives.
Report on effective practices for the successful transition of students from high school to college entry as documented in research-based literature.
Research brief that identifies the skills and competencies needed to effectively use LMI resources and assist practitioners in gathering local LMI.
Research on methods for improving weekly student contact hours forecasts for the CCCCO.
Overview documents that outline internal and external trends shaping the system’s future as part of the statewide strategic planning process for California Community Colleges.
Study on the effectiveness of the EOPS program in serving students with economic and/or social disadvantages.
Third party evaluations to help improve outcomes and increase the effectiveness of student success initiatives, programs, and various efforts by community colleges and other higher education-based organizations.
List of Focus Group series involving students, staff, faculty, and/or administration, conducted by the RP Group to help colleges inform programs, equity plans, campus culture, and more.
Awards program recognizing seven California Community Colleges that demonstrated success with basic skills populations through strategies that support systemic improvement.
Set of tools in the area of Data Disaggregation across a variety of topics, including student equity and support, institutional effectiveness, and student learning.
Facilitation and dissemination of practitioner-informed recommendations for changes at the system and classroom levels, looking at the question of completion through the lens of course-taking behavior, based on a study by University of Michigan’s Peter Riley Bahr.
Assessment of the Metro model collaboratively designed and implemented by City College of San Francisco (CCSF) and San Francisco State University (SFSU) faculty to examine the question of how and if colleges could restructure pathways to transfer and completion in order to improve student outcomes and reduce costs.
Literature review identifying a set of 18 promising practices that enable the successful transition of students from adult education to postsecondary education.
Study and findings that resulted in the foundation for the creation of the Community College Pathways for Foster Youth (CCP), a million dollar initiative funded by The Walter S. Johnson Foundation, the Stuart Foundation, and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation to assist campus programs in improving college and career outcomes for former foster youth at 10 California Community Colleges.
Evaluation assessing the effectiveness of San Jose State University’s faculty advisory pilot program.
Research aimed at identifying strategies for increasing transfer among “high-leverage learners” in California Community Colleges — individuals who have completed all or most of their transfer requirements, but who do not make it “through the gate” to a four-year institution.