Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative Plan

The 2014-15 California Budget Act (Chapter 25, Statutes of 2014) authorized the chancellor of the California Community Colleges to use up to $2.5 million (Proposition 98 General Fund) to provide technical assistance to districts to help districts meet accreditation standards. Taft College has taken advantage of this assistance, receiving $150,000 in funds to develop and implement a plan to address our 2015 accreditation site visit recommendations. This page presents a simplified version of Taft College’s IEPI Plan and provides updates on the progress implementing the plan. For more information on the Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative, please download the descriptive brochure available from the Chancellor’s Office.

Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative Plan Progress Reports

Recommendation
Area of Focus
Objective Responsible Person(s) Progress Report
6 1. Consistently Assess SLOs for All Programs (collect data) 1. SLOASC
2. IR Office
3. SLO Technician
4. PD Committee
Progress Report
6 2. Consistently analyze SLOs for all programs 1. SLOASC
2. IR Office
3. PD Committee
4. Academic Senate
5. PD Committee
6. Governance Council
Progress Report
6 3. Consistently evaluate SLOs for all programs (“close the loop” with follow-up) 1. SLOASC
2. IR Office
3. Administration
4. Academic Senate
Progress Report
4 4. Fully integrate the assessment of CSLOs and PSLOs into PR, including analysis and dialog at department/program levels and implement improvements in programs and services as warranted 1. IR Office
2. Strategic Planning Committee
Progress Report
4 5. Systematically Assess the effective use of financial resources and the impact of program changes as a result of implemented PR recommendations 1. IR Office
2. Strategic Planning Committee
3. SLOASC
4. SLO Coordinator
5. SLO Technician
Progress Report

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