Chapter 6. Curriculum And Instruction Subchapter 6. Matriculation Programs Article 2. Planning And Administration
Each community college district shall submit an annual report describing the district's efforts to implement its matriculation plan and expenditures made for that purpose. In this report, or through the established management information system or otherwise, the data to be collected for evaluation purposes pursuant to Education Code section 78214 and section 55512 of this subchapter. Such data shall specifically include, but is not limited to, the information necessary to permit the Chancellor to determine the following:
(a) the proportion of students from various ethnic, gender, age or disability groups, as defined by the Chancellor, who are placed in nondegree-applicable credit courses, degree-applicable credit courses, or transfer level courses in reading, writing, computation or English as a Second Language.
(b) the proportion of students from various ethnic, gender, age or disability groups, as defined by the Chancellor, who enter and complete nondegree-applicable basic skills courses.
(c) The proportion of students from various ethnic, gender, age or disability groups, as defined by the Chancellor, completing nondegree-applicable basic skills courses who subsequently enter and complete degree-applicable credit courses;
(d) outcome and retention data, as described in section 55512(a), indicating the effectiveness of matriculation;
(e) the basis on which the use of particular assessment instruments, methods or procedures was validated by a district;
(f) the numbers of students exempted, pursuant to section 55532, from participation in the district's matriculation program, by category of exemption;
(g) the number of students filing complaints pursuant to section 55534 and the bases of those complaints;
(h) the particular matriculation services, as listed in section 55520, which each student received; and
(i) any other matter the Chancellor, after consultation with community college districts, deems necessary for the effective evaluation of matriculation programs.
Education Code 66700
Education Code 70901
Education Code 78214
(Added by Register 2007, No. 35.)