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  • To enrich lives and improve society through education one student at a time.

    College & Career Readiness Assessment

    Enabling All Youth to Pursue College with a Purpose

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    Dr. V. Scott Solberg (ssolberg@bu.edu)

    Professor of Counseling and Applied Human Development, Boston

    University

    Author of Success Highways and ScholarCentric SEL/Resiliency

    assessments

    Former Director of WisCareers / CareerLocker career information

    system at UW-Madison

    Cofounder of the Massachusetts Institute for College and Career

    Readiness (http://sites.bu.edu/miccr/) with the Rennie Center on

    Education Research and Policy, MassINC, and Massachusetts

    Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

    Leads a range of college and career readiness research, practice

    and policy efforts in collaboration with the National Collaboration

    on Workforce and Disability for Youth that is funded by the U.S.

    Department of Labors Office of Disability Employment Policy

    (http://www.ncwd-youth.info/ilp)

    http://sites.bu.edu/miccr/http://www.ncwd-youth.info/ilp

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    New release: March 2016

    Grade: 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

    Elementary Level

    -- Resiliency analytics-- Root cause analysis

    Secondary Level

    -- Early Warning Indicator-- Root cause analysis-- Resiliency analytics

    College & Career Readiness

    -- Current readiness -- Projected readiness-- Resiliency analytics

    The College & Career Readiness instrument joins the family of

    research-validated social emotional learning/resiliency assessments.

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    Webinar Overview

    1. Purpose and goals of the webinar

    2. National CCR Movement

    3. SEL and CCR

    4. ScholarCentric CCR Assessment Details

    Development

    Research

    Uses

    5. How it works

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    Purpose and Goals

    Focus on the research underlying the CCR assessment

    Describe fit within the national CCR and SEL initiatives

    Describe practice strategies

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    Need a Pursue College with a Purpose Mindset

    College loan debt has ballooned from $844 million in 2010 to $1.3 trillion in 2015 (Pew Research Center, 2015)

    Dismal college completion rates

    Lacking a clear vision for why one is going to college is associated with low SEL skills

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    41%

    12%16% 18%

    0%

    5%

    10%

    15%

    20%

    25%

    30%

    35%

    40%

    45%

    All Students Latino Af-Ameri Students withDisabilities

    Post-Secondary Completion Rates

    Massachusetts 6 Years Post H.S.

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    Career Readiness

    Ready Not Ready

    Disabilities 40% 60%

    Without

    Disabilities

    40% 60%

    http://www.dol.gov/odep/http://www.dol.gov/odep/

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    Not Career Ready Associated with Lower Social Emotional Learning Skills

    Lower academic self-efficacy

    Lower career decision-making readiness

    Increased psychological/emotional distress

    Increased academic stress

    Lower motivation to attend school

    http://www.dol.gov/odep/http://www.dol.gov/odep/

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    National CCR and SEL Initiatives

    49 states agree that all students should graduate from secondary education with the college and career readiness skills needed to enter and complete a post-secondary program or degree

    40 states have enacted policies or strongly encourage the use of individualized learning plans as a core to their CCR strategies

    http://www.ncwd-youth.info/ilp/produce-college-and-career-ready-high-school-graduateshttp://www.ncwd-youth.info/ilp/produce-college-and-career-ready-high-school-graduateshttp://www.ncwd-youth.info/use-of-individualized-learning-planshttp://www.ncwd-youth.info/use-of-individualized-learning-plans

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    Career Readiness Drives College Readiness

    Career readiness skills emerge from: Self Exploration

    Exploring their personal interests, skills, values to better understand themselves

    Career Exploration Learning about various career

    options using online career information AND hands-on activities (meeting employers, job shadowing, career mentors, work experiences, etc.)

    Career Planning & Management Defining own goals & plans for pursuing careers, postsecondary ed, &

    other life goals

    Developing career & college readiness skills

    Making informed decisions about secondary courses, in & out-of-school activities and postsecondary ed SEL Skills

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    CCR Defined

    College Readiness relates to whether one possesses the cognitive skills needed to successfully complete a post-secondary program or degree.

    College Readiness relates to both ones academic competencies as well as their belief -self-efficacy in being able to engage in those competencies.

    Career Readiness relates to whether one is entering college with a purpose do they have a plan for how a post-secondary program or degree will leverage ones career and life goals.

    SEL Readiness relates to ones beliefs about their competencies and career decision-making skills as well as whether and to what extent they are developing social capital and are able to manage stress and health.

    Career Readiness relates to whether one can (a) identify their skills, interests, and values, (b) identify occupational goals and post-

    secondary pathways to achieve those goals (c) in part, identify the SEL skills needed to be

    employable.

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    Position

    ScholarCentrics College and Career Readiness indicator assesses if students are ready for future life and career success across 9 evidence-based SEL skills and competencies.

    9 evidence-based skills and competencies1. Career Search Self-Efficacy2. Goal-Setting3. Career Readiness4. Importance of College5. Confidence6. Connections7. Stress8. Well-being9. Motivation

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    Skills and Competencies: Conceptional Definitions

    Skills and Competencies

    Importance of College Do you believe completing a 2 year or 4-year college degree is important for your future career and life success?

    Career Readiness Have you identified one or more career goals, have learned something about the nature of these goals, and have a clear idea of the post-secondary pathways needed to achieve these goals?

    Confidence Do you feel confident in performing critical academic tasks such as reading textbooks, preparing for tests, and working with others?

    Career Search Self Efficacy How well you are able to describe your career interests, skills and values, and the career planning and management skills needed to realize your career goals?

    Goal Setting Do you actively set life goals and seek out opportunities to learn the skills needed to reach those goals?

    Motivation Do you find education meaningful and relevant to your career and life goals?

    Connections Can you form a network of adults, peers, and educators that actively express care and encouragement?

    Stress Do you experience difficulty in handling academic tasks, balancing the various challenges you face, and overall pressure you experience?

    Well-being Are you feeling emotionally and psychologically in balance?

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    Importance of Malleability

    Lots of SEL-related terms are being used including:

    Self-efficacy Grit Perseverance Resiliency Emotional intelligence

    Issue is whether and to what extent the SEL domains are malleable that is open to change within educational settings

    See StriveTogether, 2013, http://www.strivetogether.org/sites/default/files/images/Strive%20Together%20Volume%20I.pdf

    http://www.strivetogether.org/sites/default/files/images/Strive Together Volume I.pdf

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    Skills and Competencies: Theory and Malleability

    Skills and Competencies

    Importance of College Utility-Expectancy Theory; Eccles

    Career Readiness Research on Individualized Learning Plans; Career Readiness Partners Council; Vocational Psychology

    Confidence Academic Self-Efficacy; Banduras Self-Efficacy Theory

    Career Search Self Efficacy Banduras Self-Efficacy Theory

    Goal Setting Selection, Optimization and Compensation Theory; Baltes

    Motivation Self-Determination Theory; Deci & Ryan

    Connections Perceived availability of Social Support

    Stress Diathesis-stress models

    Well-being Diathesis-stress models

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    Social Connections

    Motivation

    Self-Efficacy

    AcademicSuccess

    Health

    Retention

    .66

    .47

    .25

    .23

    .22

    .43

    .17

    .12

    Success Pathways Results (Close & Solberg, 2001)

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    Parent

    Support

    Teacher

    Support

    Peer

    Support

    Motivation

    Self-

    Efficacy

    Goal-

    SettingCareer

    Decision-

    Making

    = .28

    = .12

    = .24

    = .25

    = .61

    = -.16

    = .66

    = .22

    Grades

    Health

    = .45

    = .12

    = -.17

    = .12

    Sample of Italian Youth

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    http://www.dol.gov/odep/http://www.dol.gov/odep/

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    Career Development and Youth Development

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    Career Search Self-Efficacy

    Social Connections (Caring and Engaging

    Adults)Career Readiness

    Goal Setting

    1=0.49

    1=0.072=0.32

    2=0.06

    3=0.37

    c=0.09

    A

    Social Connections (Caring and Engaging

    Adults)Career Readiness

    c=0.15

    B

    Test for Mediation Effects

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    CASELs SEL Competencies

    From http://www.renniecenter.org/research/SEL_policybrief.pdf

    Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning

    http://www.renniecenter.org/research/SEL_policybrief.pdf

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    CASEL and ScholarCentric SEL Comparison

    CASEL ScholarCentric

    Self-Awareness Importance of EducationCareer Readiness

    Motivation

    Self-Management Stress ManagementWell-Being

    Self-EfficacyGoal Setting

    Social Awareness Social Connections

    Relationship Skills Social ConnectionsSelf-Efficacy

    Stress Management

    Responsible Decision-Making Career Search Self-EfficacyCareer Readiness

    Goal Setting

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    Validation Sample

    1653 10th and 12th grade youth from 14 high schools in four states.

    55% (n=868) were female and 45% (n=711) were male;

    51.5% were White (n=813),

    29.4% were African-American (n=464),

    12.5% (n =198) Hispanic and Latino,

    4.2% (n=67) Native American,

    1.6% (n=26) Asian/Pacific Islander American, and

    0.6% (n=10) indicated multi-ethnic or other.

    59.9% (n=945) received free or reduced lunch.

    17.5% (n=277) were students with predominately high incidence disabilities

    (e.g., learning, emotional).

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    Sample ItemsImportance of College Career Readiness Confidence

    (Self-Efficacy)Career SearchSelf-Efficacy

    Go to college I have identified one or more career options I intend to pursue

    Talking to teachers about homework

    Plan and carry out your career goals.

    Do well in college I have a clear idea of a range of careers that match my skills and interests

    Participating in class discussions

    Understand how your skills can be used in a variety of jobs

    Goal-Setting Motivation Social Connections Stress

    I generally like to have at least three long-term goals

    Because, to me, education is important

    Teachers here are interested in my success

    Difficulty getting your homework done on time

    I seek out other learning opportunities

    Because I see the importance of learning

    Members of my family recognize my abilities and skills

    Difficulty because of feeling a need to perform well in school

    Well-Being

    Not sleeping well

    Becoming easily upset

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    CCR Assessment Domains

    Domain Indicator

    College Readiness Academic Self-EfficacyAcademic MotivationGoal Setting

    Career Readiness Importance of SchoolCareer Search Self-EfficacyCareer Readiness (New)

    SEL Readiness Social ConnectionsStress ManagementWell-Being

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    How it worksClear Path online assessment portal

    Assessment

    Reports

    Pilot Opportunity

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    Access Clear Path web portal: goclearpath.com

    Students click here to take the CCR survey

    Educators click here to set up surveys and generate site and individual student reports

    Online assessment portal for both educators and students

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    Once in Clear Path, students complete the assessment

    Validated Using National Sample:

    75 survey questions

    5-point Likert scale

    English with audio

    Spanish

    8th grade reading level

    Est. completion time: 20-25 min

    Reports: Site and individual student

    Results available immediately*

    *Statistically viable reports dependent on assessment of at least 25 students

    College & CareerReadiness

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    CCR Reports available 24/7 on Clear Path

    Site level (Excel)

    Individual student report (PDF)

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    CCR Site Report

    Analytics include 3 projected readiness scores:

    1) Career Readiness

    2) College Readiness

    3) SEL Readiness

    All nine measures in a single index to indicate current C&CR readiness:

    Ready

    Somewhat Ready

    Not Ready

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    CCR Student Reports provide students with direction

    Includes all 9 measures in a single index: Ready Somewhat ready Not ready

    Top Two Resiliency Strengths andAreas for Growth

    Details for each resiliency skills on back

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    CCR another tool in your toolbox to help prepare students

    Give your students a voice to tell you where they are and how they need you to help them plan their future.

    Use CCR analytics to help you:

    Introduce future thinking in a way thats student relevant and manageable

    Improve your ILP planning process so students assume learning ownership faster

    Contain your costs by identifying the resources and budget needed to prepare students

    Involve parents and families in their childs career planning process.

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    Pilot Opportunity

    Valid for Webcast Participants Only

    Conduct a simple pilot to determine how our CCR analytics can make

    your college and career readiness and ILP planning process easier.

    25-30 students

    Send us a quick email to indicate your interest at scinfo@advancepath.com

    or call: 800-995-8779

    mailto:scinfo@advancepath.com

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    Reflections, Questions and

    Closing Remarks

    Thank you for joining us today!

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    About the C&C Readiness Reports

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    CCR Student Reports