— CCCLLI Institute Two – May 6th

From Data to Action: Using Data to Improve Secondary to Postsecondary Transitions

Funded by the James Irvine Foundation, the goal of CCCLLI is to extend the promise of Linked Learning into post-secondary education by strengthening the connections between Linked Learning High Schools and their local community colleges to improve student success.

Participant Outcomes: To engage community colleges and their local K12 Linked Learning partners to:

• Ensure partner sites are informed of the CCCLLI essential elements and grant expectations
• Deepen K12/community college partnerships focused on easing the transition of students from high school to community college
• Encourage data-informed decisions to improve student access and success in community colleges
• Create a statewide community of practice to share effective practices known to improve student success

The event was held:
May 6 – 7, 2013
Hyatt Regency
Sacramento, CA
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The following are Institute Two presentations:

The California Community College Linked Learning Initiative: From Data to Action: Using data to improve Secondary to Postsecondary Transitions
Presented by Kenji Treanor, Program Officer, James Irvine Foundation and Linda Collins, Executive Director, Career Ladders Project

Institute Two Overview & CCCLLI Overview
Presented by Dr. Laurie Scolari, Initiative Director, Career Ladders Project

Let’s Tweet Together: Twitter Tutorial
Presented by Sherry Suisman, Senior Program Associate, Career Ladders Project

You Can’t Point Fingers at Data: Profile of a Successful Community College/K12 Partnership
Presented by Maureen Carew, District Director, San Francisco Unified School District; Oded Gurantz, Doctoral Candidate, Stanford University; and Dr. Laurie Scolari

K12/Community College Team Time: Using Data to Influence Change
Facilitated by Maria Elena Guadamuz, Consultant, Career Ladders Project; Kris Palmer, Director of Program Development, Career Ladders Project; Sherry Suisman, Career Ladders Project

Promising Pathways: The Potential of High School Data to Spur Student Progress and Achievement
Presented by Dr. John Hetts, Director of Institutional Research, Long Beach City College

K12/Community College Team Time: Student Data Collection
Facilitation and Presentation by Kris Palmer, Career Ladders Project; Sherry Suisman, Career Ladders Project

Preparing Students for College and Career through High Impact Pathways
Presented by Theresa Rowland, Senior Director of Pathway and Sector Development, Career Ladders Project

Sacramento City College Presentation
Presented by the Sacramento City College team: Jim Collins, Dean of Science and Allied Health Pathway; Leila Stone, Counselor; Paul deGennaro, Professor of Biology; Sue Hussey, CCCLLI Project Coordinator; Deborah Meltvedt, Health Professions High School Faculty and Work Based Learning Coordinator; Beth Pearsall, SCC Faculty; Dianne Bennett, SCC Faculty; and Ianna Frisby, SCC Faculty

Pasadena City College Presentation
Presented by Pasadena City College team: Deborah Bird, CCCLLI Program Director; Sarah Barker, Media Pathway Faculty; Sandy Lee, Design Tech Pathway; and David Steiman, Media Specialist

K12/Community College Team Time: Sector Work and Pathway Design
Facilitation by Theresa Rowland, Career Ladders Project; Veronica Sanchez-Casian, Senior Program Associate, Career Ladders Project; and Peter Simon, Senior Consultant, Career Ladders Project

Contra Costa College Presentation
Presented by Contra Costa College team: Dona DeRusso CCCLLI Grant Coordinator; Rebecca LaCount, CTE Counselor; and Rick Ramos, Administration of Justice Instructor.