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ARCC Report

Overview from: http://www.cccco.edu/ARCC web page

California State Assembly Bill AB1417 (Pacheco) [Chapter 581, Statutes of 2004] required the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges to recommend to the Legislature and Governor a workable structure (framework) for annual evaluation of community college performance in meeting statewide educational outcome priorities. Pursuant to AB 1417, the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office (Chancellor’s Office) worked with community college institutional researchers and an external panel of nationally recognized experts in higher education accountability to develop the mandated performance evaluation structure, now called Accountability Reporting for the Community Colleges, or ARCC.

The report provides an overview of system performance on specific indicators:

College Level Indicators:

  • Student Progress & Achievement Rate
  • Percent of Students Who Earned at Least 30 Units
  • Persistence Rates
  • Vocational & Basic Skills Credit Course Completion Rates
  • ESL & Basic Skills Credit Course Improvement Rates
  • Career Development & College Preparation Progress & Achievement Rate

Systemwide Indicators:

  • Percentage of Baccalaureate from the CCC
  • Volume of Transfer/Transfer Rate
  • Annual Numbers of Vocational Awards and Credit Basic Skills Improvements
  • Top 25 CTE Programs by Total Awards
  • Income Trends for Graduates with CTE Degrees or Certificates
  • Participation Rates
The System Office issued the first ARCC report in 2007 and the report is updated annually every March. Each college has opportunities to review a draft of the report and resubmit data if needed. Additionally, each college can submit to the System Office a self-assessment regarding its performance, and the annual report includes these self-assessments.
 
 
 

 Reports - Accountability Reporting for California Community Colleges

 
  
  
Folder: 2012 ARCC Report
  
Folder: 2011 ARCC Report
  
Folder: 2010 ARCC Report
  
Folder: 2009 ARCC Report
  
Folder: 2008 ARCC Report
  
Folder: 2007 ARCC Report
  

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