Degree-Seeking Students Starting in Credit ESL Two Levels Below Transfer Level English (TLE) between Fall 2013 and Spring 2016
N = 12,180
This interactive diagram provides a visual display of degree-seeking ESL students moving through the ESL and English sequence.
Follow the flow of students from left to right to track ESL students from starting level through six terms.
The width of the line represents the volume of students. Hover the cursor over a line to see the weight or number of students moving from one point to another.
Three-year TLEE Throughput Rate = percent of starting population (N) who successfully complete Transfer Level English (TLE) or Transfer Level English Equivalent (TLEE) ESL within three years
Note: A small number of students start the ESL/English sequence in a summer/winter term and complete a level higher than starting level in the following primary fall or spring term (Term1).
-> Population includes degree-seeking students who start the ESL/English sequence in credit (CR) ESL at a CCC between Summer/Fall 2013 and Spring 2016.
-> Enrollments and outcomes are tracked for three years (six terms). Outcomes for students who start the ESL/English sequence in Summer/Fall 2013 are tracked through Spring 2016; Winter/Spring 2016 students are tracked through Fall 2018.
-> Summer and Fall semesters/quarters are combined into one term with highest sequence enrollment across terms reported.
-> Winter and Spring semesters/quarters are combined into one term with highest sequence enrollment across terms reported.
-> Highest sequence enrollment defined as credit ESL or English sequence course closest to Transfer Level English (TLE) or Transfer Level English Equivalent (TLEE).