Developmental Students Success Rate

College-Level English Courses

Purpose

To ensure remedial English and reading coursework prepares students to succeed in credit-bearing English courses

Description

Percentage of previous developmental English and/or reading students who successfully complete a credit English course with a grade of “P”, “C” or better upon the first attempt.       

Methodology

Denominator: All students enrolling in their first credit English course during an academic year who also enrolled in a developmental English and/or reading course during the same or previous academic year.  Does not include students who do not attend the class i.e. transfer credits, credit by exam or reported grades of ‘NA’ and ‘NS’.

Numerator: All students earning a grade of “P”, “C  or better in their first credit English course during an academic year who enrolled in a developmental English and/or reading course in the same or previous academic year. Does not include students who do not attend the class (e.g. transfer credit, credit by exam, etc).

Source

Curriculum Registration, Progress, Financial Aid Report (CRPFAR) data file

 

 

 

 

Details

Denominator:  Students must meet one of the following criteria:

Enrolled in their first credit English course during the reporting year and enrolled in a developmental English or Reading course during the previous reporting year (Fall/Spring/Summer) at the same college.

OR

Enrolled in their first credit English course during the reporting year and enrolled in a developmental English or Reading course during the same reporting year (Fall/Spring/Summer) at the same college. The student’s developmental English or Reading course semester must be equal to or precede their first credit English course.

Not eligible for this measure are students who complete developmental English course by exam, placement or transfer.

Numerator: All students from the denominator who earned a grade of “P”, “C”, or better in their first credit English course during the reporting year (Fall/Spring/Summer).  The first credit English course evaluated cannot be a lab section. First credit English course is based on any course with prefix “ENG” and course number greater than 099. When multiple English courses are enrolled in during the same semester, the lowest numbered course will be evaluated.

 

Goal: 74.9%

Baseline: 45.2%


 

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