The California State University, the Department of Finance, and the Legislative Analyst's Office shall jointly conduct a statewide evaluation of the new programs implemented under this article. The results of the evaluation shall be reported, in writing, to the Legislature and Governor on or before January 1, 2011. The evaluation required by this section shall consider all of the following:
(a) The number of new doctoral programs in education implemented, including information identifying the number of new programs, applicants, admissions, enrollments, degree recipients, time-to-degree, attrition, and public school and community college program partners.
(b) The extent to which the programs established under this article are fulfilling identified state needs for training in educational leadership, including statewide supply and demand data that considers capacity at the University of California and in California's independent colleges and universities.
(c) Information on the place of employment of students and the subsequent job placement of graduates.
(d) Any available evidence on the effects that the graduates of the programs are having on elementary and secondary school and community college reform efforts and on student achievement.
(e) Program costs and the fund sources that were used to finance these programs, including a calculation of cost per degree awarded.
(f) The costs of the programs to students, the amount of financial aid offered, and student debt levels of graduates of the programs.
(g) The extent to which the programs established under this article are in compliance with the requirements of this article.
(Added by Stats. 2005, Ch. 269, Sec. 1.)