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1 Chaffey College Online to College Program 9 Survey Results Prepared by: Institutional Research Date: 2/2/11 Online-9.doc

2 ONLINE TO CHAFFEY COLLEGE PROGRAM 9- Survey Results Executive Summary Online to Chaffey College Survey Results In the 9- academic year, approximately 6 surveys were administered to students, parents/guardians, and teachers who participated in the Online to Chaffey College Program. In examining survey questions commonly posed to the three groups, a number of positive outcomes related to student participation in the Online to Chaffey College Program were observed: Almost two-thirds of survey respondents felt that students had a better attitude about school, including almost 8% of parents/ guardians. Almost three-fourths of survey respondents believed students had a better self-image. Almost 94% of students who responded to the survey indicated that they were more likely to go to college. Over 89% of survey respondents felt students worked harder to improve their grades, including 91.% of students. Three-fourths of survey respondents thought students were more enthusiastic about school. Approximately 78% of survey respondents felt students set new or higher educational goals, including 94.7% of parents. Approximately 69% of survey respondents indicated that they had a better idea about what college cost. Over 88% of students reported that they had a better idea about what it takes to get into college. Over 87% of students reported that they now know what courses are offered at Chaffey College. i

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Page 1 Profile and Activities Participated In by Students Page 3 by Parents/Guardians Page 4 by Teachers/Staff Page 6 Comparison of Surveyed Constituencies Page 7 Constituency-Specific Questions & by Students Page 19 by Parents/Guardians Page 19 by Teachers/Staff Page 19 Observed Statistically Significant Differences by Students Page by Parents/Guardians Page Seven-Year Comparison of Student Survey Page 21 ii

4 CHAFFEY COLLEGE Online to Chaffey College Program 9- Survey Results In the academic school year, Chaffey College partnered with the Ontario-Montclair School District and the Montclair Community Collaborative on a project entitled Online to Chaffey College. Fifth grade students enrolled at Kingsley, Lehigh, and Monte Vista Elementary Schools participated in a number of activities designed to provide the support, information, and experiences students and their families need to set appropriate goals for the future and understand that college is a viable and desirable option. Consistent with the holistic and dynamic nature of the project, parents and guardians of fifth grade students, and elementary school faculty and staff also participated in outreach services. As part of ongoing program evaluation, Online to Chaffey College Program surveys are disseminated annually to students, parents/guardians, and teachers. At the onset of the Program, surveys specific to each constituency were drafted by the Chaffey College Office of Institutional Research. As feedback was acquired from Montclair Community Collaborative, Ontario-Montclair School District, City of Montclair, and Chaffey College representatives, survey forms were modified and eventually finalized. Recognizing the English language limitations that exist among students and parents/guardians involved in the project, the Online to Chaffey College Program Coordinator provided support in translating student and parent surveys into Spanish. The Chaffey College Office of Institutional Research created scannable forms for all three surveys, including Spanish language versions of the student and parent/guardian surveys (see Appendix A). The following table identifies the approximate number of student, parent/ guardian, and teacher surveys that were disseminated by elementary school in 9-, the number of valid surveys returned by each elementary school, and the survey response rate by elementary school. 1

5 Number Surveyed (approx.) Evaluation Forms Received Constituency Surveyed Survey Rate Students: Kingsley % Lehigh.% Monte Vista % TOTAL % Parents/Guardians: Kingsley % Lehigh.% Monte Vista % TOTAL % Teachers: Kingsley Lehigh Monte Vista 1 TOTAL 1 Evaluation data is broken out into five sections. In the first section, data tables provide a respondent profile and identify the types of Online to Chaffey College activities that constituencies participated in by elementary school. In the second section, the responses to questions that were posed to all constituencies are compared. In the third section, the responses to questions that were posed exclusively to specific constituencies are presented. In the fourth section, responses of students and parents/guardians were examined to determine whether statistically significant differences existed by elementary school or survey language version. Finally, in the fifth section student responses from the past seven years were examined to identify any changes in student perception of the Online to Chaffey College Program. 2

6 STUDENTS Survey Language and Activities Participated In by Elementary School Student Survey Language Kingsley Lehigh Monte Vista by Survey Language # % English Spanish Activities Participated In Kingsley Lehigh Monte Vista Activities Participated In # % Field Trip to Chaffey College Classroom Presentation Shared Information With My Parents Other Activities Valid

7 PARENTS/GUARDIANS Relationship to Student, Survey Language, and Activities Parent/Guardian and Child Participated In by Elementary School Relationship to Student I am the Child s: Kingsley Lehigh Monte Vista # % Mother Father Other.... Missing Parent/Guardian Survey Language Response by Survey Lang. Kingsley Lehigh Monte Vista # % English Spanish Activities Parent/Guardian Participated In Activities Parent/Guardian Participated In Kingsley Lehigh Monte Vista # % Visit to Chaffey College Encouraged My Child to Go to College Back to School Night Parent Orientation Meeting School/Chaffey College Open House Valid

8 Activities Child Participated In Activities Child Participated In Kingsley Lehigh Monte Vista # % Chaffey College Ambassador Classroom Presentation Field Trip to Chaffey College Shared Information About College With Me Other Activities Valid

9 TEACHERS Activities Students Participated In by Elementary School Activities Students Participated In Activities Students Participated In Kingsley Lehigh Monte Vista # % Chaffey College Classroom Presentations Visit to Chaffey College Discussions About College in the Classroom Other Activities.... Valid

10 As a result of Online to Chaffey College, students have a better attitude about school Students Parents Teachers Students Parent/Guardian Teachers/Staff

11 As a result of Online to Chaffey College, students have a better self-image Students Parents Teachers Students Parent/Guardian Teachers/Staff

12 As a result of Online to Chaffey College, students spend more time doing homework Students Parents Teachers Students Parent/Guardian Teachers/Staff

13 As a result of Online to Chaffey College, students are more likely to go to college Students Parents Teachers Students Parent/Guardian Teachers/Staff

14 As a result of Online to Chaffey College, students work harder to improve their grades Students Parents Teachers Students Parent/Guardian Teachers/Staff

15 As a result of Online to Chaffey College, students are less likely to miss/be late for school Students Parents Teachers Students Parent/Guardian Teachers/Staff

16 As a result of Online to Chaffey College, students have fewer school-related discipline problems Students Parents Teachers Students Parent/Guardian Teachers/Staff

17 As a result of Online to Chaffey College, students are more enthusiastic about school Parents Teachers Parent/Guardian Teachers/Staff

18 As a result of Online to Chaffey College, students have set new or higher educational goals Students Parents Teachers Students Parent/Guardian Teachers/Staff

19 As a result of Online to Chaffey College, parents/students have a better idea about the cost of college Students Parents Teachers Students Parent/Guardian Teachers/Staff

20 As a result of Online to Chaffey College, parents/students have a better idea about what college financial resources exist Students Parents Teachers Students Parent/Guardian Teachers/Staff

21 I know what the Online to Chaffey College goals and objectives are Parents Teachers Parent/Guardian Teachers/Staff

22 to Questions Posed Exclusively to Specific Constituencies Students: N % N % N % Because of Online to Chaffey College, I know more about what it takes to get into college Because of Online to Chaffey College, I know what classes are offered at Chaffey College Parents/Guardians: As a result of Online to Chaffey College, I am more active in my child s education Teachers/Staff: The Online to Chaffey College curriculum helped students improve critical life skills The Online to Chaffey College curriculum is effective My role in the Online to Chaffey College Program is well-defined The school district strongly supports Online to Chaffey College

23 STUDENTS AND PARENTS Statistically Significant Differences Observed by School and Survey Language Version STUDENTS By School: In comparing responses of students who attended Kingsley and Monte Vista Elementary Schools: Students who attended Kingsley Elementary School were statistically significantly more likely to report that they had a better attitude about school than students who attended Monte Vista Elementary School. While 85.7% of students who attended Kingsley Elementary School agreed with this statement, only.9% of students who attended Monte Vista Elementary School agreed with this statement. Students who attended Kingsley Elementary School were statistically significantly more likely to report that they had a better idea about what college costs than students who attended Monte Vista Elementary School. While 78.6% of students who attended Kingsley Elementary School agreed with this statement, only 54.5% of students who attended Monte Vista Elementary School agreed with this statement. PARENTS/GUARDIANS By School: Among parents/guardians who returned a valid survey, no statistically significant differences were observed by the school their child attended. By Survey Language: Among parents/guardians who returned a valid survey, no statistically significant differences were observed based upon survey language (i.e., no differences observed between parents/guardians who responded to English or Spanish language surveys)..

24 As a result of Online to Chaffey College, students have a better attitude about school Students Students Students Students Students Students Students

25 As a result of Online to Chaffey College, students have a better self-image Students Students Students Students Students Students Students

26 As a result of Online to Chaffey College, students spend more time doing homework Students Students Students Students Students Students Students

27 As a result of Online to Chaffey College, students are more likely to go to college Students Students Students Students Students Students Students

28 As a result of Online to Chaffey College, students work harder to improve their grades Students Students Students Students Students Students Students

29 As a result of Online to Chaffey College, students are less likely to miss/be late for school Students Students Students Students Students Students Students

30 As a result of Online to Chaffey College, students have fewer school-related discipline problems Students Students Students Students Students Students Students

31 As a result of Online to Chaffey College, students have set new or higher educational goals Students Students Students Students Students Students Students

32 As a result of Online to Chaffey College, parents/students have a better idea about the cost of college Students Students Students Students Students Students Students

33 As a result of Online to Chaffey College, parents/students have a better idea about what college financial resources exist Students Students Students Students Students Students Students

34 Because of Online to Chaffey College, I know more about what it takes to get into college Students Students Students Students Students Students Students

35 Because of Online to Chaffey College, I know what classes are offered at Chaffey College Students Students Students Students Students Students Students

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