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1 Peel High School Students and Post-secondary School Opportunities Peel Children and Youth Initiative April

2 Introduction In 2012, PCYI published the findings from a mixed method study on improving access to recreation for children, youth and families in the Region of Peel. Entitled Peel s Kids Participate: A Recreation and After School Strategy , the research produced 19 separate and interrelated recommendations, many of which are now in progress. Part of this work included a more in-depth and rigorous analysis of the social and recreational activities of high school aged young people across the region (n. 2,187). Voices: A Study of Youth in Peel (2013) provided a number of important insights about young people and identified some disconnects between what is currently available to young people and what they are actually interested in doing. When I see that 61% of these respondents don t feel well informed about their post-secondary options it s clearly a problem! -Darius When we asked youth about what they would like to do, a significant number of high school aged youth (43%) said they would be very interested in learning more about the different kinds of postsecondary careers, colleges and universities they might attend. While we know that high school is a critical time for youth to determine what paths they may want to pursue, we found that in fact, 61% of young people do not feel well informed about their post-secondary options. While these findings show that we could be doing a better job supporting youth during this important transition, the study did not provide any clear directions on how best. So once again we turned to the experts young people themselves for some suggestions on how we might improve their ability to know about and understand the post-secondary options available to them. The results and recommendations from this smaller survey (n. 320) are presented below. Why is this important? We know that post-secondary education is a common path following high school, and is a growing trend in the Region of Peel. Each year, more high school students than ever immediately enter full time study at a post-secondary institution. Approximately 55% of Peel s high school students will go directly on to full-time post-secondary education after graduation, with about 30% enrolling in university programs and 25% in college programs. There are a wide range of post-secondary options in Ontario including 22 publicly funded universities, 24 public colleges, 3 institutes of technology and over 500 private career colleges, and there are lots of ways for young people to find out what is available online including Career Cruising, and that provides information on financial support. School counselors play a role as well, providing advice and resources that include career counseling programs and links to career and job outlook sites. Perhaps the school systems could work much more closely with the local post-secondary institutions so that we get access to the kinds of information that students actually want and need. -Eric Despite these many informational resources, our findings show that while it does improve as students get older, even by grade 12 there are still 40% of girls and 30% of boys who do not feel well informed about their options. 2

3 These numbers may account for the fact that when we asked youth what they would like to do and gave them 16 options learning more about different careers and post-secondary programs was in the top five for all students, including the most active youth and even those who had the lowest levels of participation. What can be done? This report outlines what we heard from youth and it is their ideas that form the basis for the recommendations, specifically focused on their interest in visiting and learning about postsecondary institutions (e.g. not apprenticeships or work). As it turns out, these tangible ideas, with some new collaborative partnerships and a willingness to innovate, are easily within the reach of our community. Right now, high schools rarely, almost never, organize school trips to universities and colleges and I do think this is something that we should work on. -Carly About the Survey would like to know; and how they would like to find out more about post-secondary education. As an open online survey, it is not a random sample (e.g. representative of the entire Peel high school population) and the respondents are biased in terms of having an interest in post-secondary education. The survey was advertised through PCYI s Youth Advisory Council (YAC) and all data is self-reported. Although the sample size is not large (n. 320), and therefore the results cannot be generalized to the whole Peel high school student population, there are still useful insights to be gained from an exploratory analysis of the data these young people have taken the time to share with us. Profile of Respondents The 320 youth who responded to the survey were fairly evenly divided between grades. Grade 9 students comprised 21% of respondents; 22% are Grade 10 students; 33% are Grade 11 students; and Grade 12 students make up 24% of all the respondents. Percent of Respondents by Grade Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 The Voices report that showed youth were interested in learning more about the different kinds of post-secondary careers, colleges and universities they might attend was a large randomized sample (n. 2,187) with a confidence interval of 2%. 24% 33% 21% 22% As a result of the findings from the Voices survey, we designed and conducted an online survey (Jan. Feb. 2014) to explore Peel youth perspectives on post-secondary options more closely. The survey used for this report was based on field tested questions from professional databases (n. 17) that asked about student characteristics; their current interests; their sources of information; what they 3 Distribution of Respondents by Grade and Gender: The majority of youth who responded were females (69%) and the largest group of these are young women in Grade 10 (22%) followed closely by females in Grade 11 (17%). The least represented group within our sample is Grade 12 males who make up 6% of the sample.

4 3% 1% 5% What type of high school stream are you currently enrolled in? 13% 12% 66% General Academic Stream General Applied Stream Co-op Stream French Immersion Stream International Baccalaureate Program Current Program of the Respondents: The vast majority (66%) of the sample includes students who are in the general academic stream in their high school. This is followed by 13% of respondents who are students in the International Baccalaureate Program at their school. The least represented programs are French Immersion (3%) and Co-op (1%). Nearly all of the respondents (98%) indicated that they were interested in attending a post-secondary institution after graduation. Student Knowledge and Sources of Information Knowing their Options: We asked students to tell us how much they feel like they have a good idea of what post-secondary options are available to them. Although 39% of youth told us that yes they definitely did feel informed, the majority of students (55%) suggested they felt only sort of informed about the post-secondary options that Do you feel like you ve got a good idea of what postsecondary options are available to you? Yes, definitely Sort of No, definitely not 6% 55% 39% are available to them. Only 6% of all the students who responded to the survey said No they did not feel informed. Even in grades nine and ten, in order for a student to properly plan for their future pathway and select the right courses, they should have a good idea of what s available. While the careers course in grade 10 is a start, there should be more avenues of information that are easily accessible and highly advertised in schools. -Eric Overall, girls told us they felt better informed than boys and the data does seem to suggest that girls become more informed early in high school (e.g. in Grades 9 and 10) while boys seem to become more informed about their post-secondary options later in high school (e.g. Grades 11 and 12). 4

5 100.0% 90.0% 80.0% 70.0% 60.0% 50.0% 40.0% 30.0% 20.0% 10.0% 0.0% Girls: Do you feel like you ve got a good idea of what postsecondary options are available to you? Grade 9-Girls Grade 10-Girls Grade 11-Girls Grade 12-Girls No Sort of Yes Boys: Do you feel like you ve got a good idea of what postsecondary options are available to you? 100.0% 80.0% 60.0% 40.0% 20.0% 0.0% Grade 9-Boys Grade 10-Boys Grade 11-Boys Grade 12-Boys No Sort of Yes Once young men do start to gather information about their options they tend to feel they are well informed at higher rates than young women. For example, 40% of girls in Grade 10 said they felt they were very well informed compared to only 11% of boys. By Grade 12 however, some 60% of girls said they felt they were very well informed but by this point, over 70% of Grade 12 boys felt they had a good understanding of their options after high school. Current Sources of Information: Students tell us they are most likely to get information about their post-secondary options from friends, high school teachers, and their parents. Less than a third of young people (28%) access websites for their information and fewer still manage to speak directly to staff or representatives from post-secondary institutions (17%). Mailed brochures are useful to only a small percentage of youth (10%). 5

6 Where do you currently get your information about your postsecondary options? Friends High school teachers Parents Other Websites Post-secondary Staff Mailed brochures Other (please specify) Place of worship 0.0% 10.0% 20.0% 30.0% 40.0% 50.0% 60.0% 70.0% Four per cent of respondents rely on places of worship as a source of information about their post-secondary options. As a whole, students are not using Twitter or television as sources of information. Where youth look for information does not change much by grade or gender, with a few notable exceptions. In Grade 9, girls are most likely to rely on high school teachers (62%) and post-secondary institutions websites (47%), while boys are getting most of their information from their teachers (46%) and friends (41%). This information will be valuable to Guidance because it lets them know that the most efficient way for students to learn about opportunities is to organize a trip to the local universities or colleges. -Karen By Grade 10, girls are more reliant on friends (67%) and high school counselors (44%), while boys continue to turn to high school teachers (44%) and they are also more likely to use the school counselors (44%) for information on postsecondary options. By Grade 11, high school websites and friends are the most common sources of information for both boys and girls, but by Grade 12 girls are more likely to use their high school websites (75%) and school counselors (65%) while boys turn increasingly to their friends and parents (64%) for information and direction. Preferred Sources of Information: Our survey provided several options to students to see how they would prefer to learn more about their postsecondary options and asked them to rank each one. Over 40% of all students indicated that optimally they would like to visit the institution they were interested in. Less that 10% of students suggested they would find participating in an online tour with a chat component as a useful way to find out more about what is available to them. 6

7 Percent of Youth Who Chose This Option as Their First Choice 50% 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% Online tour with online chat Having post-secondary students and faculty visit your school Attend a large event with many post-secondary institutions represented Visit to the institution you re interested in Visiting Post-secondary Institutions The findings from this smaller survey reflect the results from the much larger Voices study where 40% of boys and 46% of girls told us they would like the opportunity learn more about different kinds of careers and college/university programs. As the opportunity to visit a post-secondary institution of interest was the number one first choice option in this survey (43%) we asked all the respondents if they would like to actually go and visit a post-secondary institution: 94% said yes. Ultimately, post-secondary institutions need to re-work their recruitment strategy so that they have more of these tours/trips with the features that are specified above. -Darius In order to facilitate this interest, we asked youth about how we might best provide this sort of opportunity. The majority of students told us they would prefer to visit as part of an organized school How would you most like the visit to be arranged? 25% 15% 6% 2% 52% As a school trip As a family activity With a group of your friends from your community As part of a sports team or club activity Other (please specify) trip (52%) although 25% said they would like to go with a group of friends not mutually exclusive options. In terms of including their families, only 15% felt that would be the best way to organize a trip designed to help them learn about postsecondary education. 7

8 It seems pretty clear that students prefer to find out about post-secondary options by visiting actual institutions that they might be interested in. These trips should be school trips, or trips with friends, and should include a tour; a class to sit in on, and the chance to chat informally with current students. -Darius Activities of Interest to Youth: When we asked young people what they would specifically like to do during visits to post-secondary institutions, most suggested they would be interested in taking a tour (36%); attending an actual class (26%); and to have the opportunity to talk directly with the students who are currently enrolled (25%). What would you most like to do during your visit to the post-secondary institution? Attend a class 36% 3% 3% 7% 26% 25% Talk with current students Talk with current staff Take a tour Visit with financial aid staff Other (please specify) 8 When we asked students how important it was to find out about the financial aid that might be available, 68% of them said it was extremely important; an additional 28% suggested it was somewhat important. Despite their interest level, only a very small percentage (3%) felt that visiting with financial aid staff at least during this sort of trip should be included. 80.0% 70.0% 60.0% 50.0% 40.0% 30.0% 20.0% 10.0% 0.0% Is receiving tuition and financial aid information about your post-secondary options important to you? Extremely important Somewhat important Not very important Not important at all For example, organized trips could include things like mock lectures, tours and a chance to talk to current students most students would prefer these sorts of things because it is an effective, simple and accessible way to get lots of information. - Eric

9 Timing for a Visit: Most students said they would prefer to visit a post-secondary institution as a school trip organized during the school year, although 30% would be still be willing to go during summer vacation. During the school year, 43% suggested weekends would be best, while 27% would prefer to take this sort of trip on a weekday. Only 15% would like to go in the evenings, perhaps reflecting the low levels of interest in including families on these trips. What days of the week would work best for you to visit a post-secondary institution? Weekdays during school year Weekends during school year Summer vacation 30% 43% 27% Anything school related is much better completed from Monday to Friday during business hours, unless it s a night away at a college or university which students would probably love! -Shanise Advertising the Visit: When we asked youth about how best to get the word out about any opportunities to visit a post-secondary institution the vast majority of students recommend using high school staff. As they are already important and trusted sources of information about postsecondary options, it was not surprising that young people felt school teachers (74%) and school counselors (73%) would be the best way to spread the word about any planned trips. Youth also felt that their high school websites (73%); the websites of post-secondary institutions (61%); and connecting through Facebook (54%) would be viable options. Interestingly, youth still prefer personal or in-person interactions to find out what is going on, although their second tier options are web-based. What time of day would work best? Morning Afternoon Evening 15% 40% 45% 9

10 School teachers School counsellors School website Post-secondary Websites Facebook Mailed brochures Friends Twitter Parents TV Siblings Place of worship 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% Discussion It was the Voices study that clearly demonstrated - for the first time - that youth in Peel were very interested in knowing more about their postsecondary options. This follow up survey, focused more on the how best question, does provide some useful insights and identifies a number of potential opportunities. Ultimately, I think post-secondary institutions need to re-work some of their recruitment strategies so they have more of these tours and school trips with the features that are important to young people. -Darius The findings make a number of things clear: If we want to students to understand their post-secondary options, there is room for improvement in how we go about helping them. While many of them do reach a comfort level about their plans late in high school, many still struggle to understand their options. A significant portion of students who responded to the survey felt sort of informed about their post-secondary options (55%), more than those who responded with yes (39%). The data shows that girls tend to have a better idea of their post-secondary options earlier than boys (e.g. grades 9 and 10), although by grade 12 most young men had a pretty good sense of their plans. Unlike their male counterparts, girls appear to become less confident of their post-secondary knowledge as they get closer to high school graduation. High school staff are an absolutely critical partner in this work. Students, teachers, counselors, and school websites remain the most trusted sources of information about post-secondary options, although it is less clear how able these staff are to 10

11 provide good direction especially in relation to non-academic (e.g. work related) alternatives. If additional opportunities to learn about postsecondary options are made available, ensuring these key staff are engaged will be important. There was some important feedback about the role played by Guidance staff in schools. Some students suggested they found some difficulty getting information from staff about specific interests in postsecondary institutions. The provision of grade-wide workshops is considered, for some students, a useful strategy; for some, the wide range of options available and or presented can be overwhelming. We need to share this information with high schools in Peel so that Guidance Departments can link up with other partners. By working together, students can become better informed about programs at our local colleges and universities. -Zofishan Students would greatly prefer to visit postsecondary instititions and see campus life for themselves. Most would like organized school trips to be available, generally during the day, during the school year, and with their friends. A smaller number (15%) would like their families to participate and about 30% see this as something they would prefer to do in the summer. Youth would like the opportunity during these visits to see the campus, participate in (or observe) an actual class, and would like to speak to students who are currently enrolled. They are much less keen to speak with staff from post-secondary institutions and, despite its importance, do not want to hear about financial aid during these visits. Members of PCYI s Youth Advisory Council suggested that schools need to find a different way to provide information about potential financial aid so it is accessible but does not drive student decisions about what post-secondary institution to attend. What is clear from this research work is the value of consulting with, and listening to, the ideas and aspirations of our youth a core value of the work at PCYI. We would never have been aware of their unfulfilled interest in post-secondary education options if we had not asked and we are extremely grateful to those who took the time to complete this survey and share their insights. Recommendations 1. Present the findings to the Board of Directors of the Peel Children and Youth Initiative for discussion and direction. 2. Create a time limited Task Force including appropriate representatives from regional postsecondary institutions, the school boards in Peel, and local youth to examine the results of the survey and identify potential actions based on the findings. This should include but not be limited to: o Making additional organized trips to post-secondary institutions available to high school students during the school year (days 70%/ weekends 30%) 11

12 o o Structuring visits to postsecondary institutions in ways that are appealing to young people (e.g. some touring, classes to visit, current student to talk to) Engaging high school teachers, counselors, and high school websites in the efforts to inform students about opportunities that are, or may be, available to them I think it would be extremely beneficial if more universities and colleges would arrange for their current students to come and talk about their experiences staff are naturally biased and there to promote their own institution. It s a lot more refreshing when students come and talk about their classes, their professors and the lifestyle on campus. -Carly (e.g. areas with lower graduation rates; fewer postsecondary enrolments) would be valuable. There may also be merit in scaling up the survey to ensure the directions provided here accurately reflect the interests of all youth in Peel. This would provide the chance to inquire more fully about youth interests in learning more about trades, internships and apprenticeships. It may be the case that some of these strategies are already in place and what we really have is an awareness issue At the very least we know now that we need to increase the number of these sorts of opportunities that are available for youth. It s what they want. Amanda, Youth Leadership Coordinator 3. Ensure a feedback loop from youth themselves is in place as new methods to inform and engage them in opportunities to learn more about their post-secondary options are piloted (including site visits). Although the data we received does not speak to the issue of equity, it will be important for any strategy to ensure that young people from all schools are encouraged to participate. Some analysis of where extra efforts might be needed 12

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