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Iowa Department of Education

Since 1998, the Management Information System (MIS) group of the Division of Community Colleges has been responsible for compiling and publishing "The Annual Condition of Iowa's Community Colleges," commonly known as the condition report. Primary data sources for the condition report are each of the 15 public community colleges in Iowa. Every August, community colleges transmit data to the Department of Education. Upon receipt, MIS staff members review the data for discrepancies, then return summary reports to confirm accuracy. After confirmation, data files are aggregated for analysis and subsequent reporting. The condition report describes and addresses key indicators associated with Iowa's community colleges. Some indicators covered in this report include demographics, enrollment in credit and non-credit courses, credit and contact hours, human resources, adult literacy, tuition and fees, and summary financial data. These indicators provide a snapshot of institutional effectiveness for a given fiscal year. The body of the condition report emphasizes tables of summary data that provide snapshots of key indicators. Readers should study the narrative of each section to understand its content. These narratives help readers understand indicators cited throughout this document. The intent of this report is to help policymakers, governing entities, and community college officials make data-driven decisions on issues pertaining to Iowa's community colleges. "Methods" is appended. [Geoffrey Jones assisted in the compilation of data. For "The Annual Condition of Iowa's Community Colleges 2014: Tables," see ED561992.]

Descriptors: Community Colleges, Enrollment, College Credits, Human Resources, Adult Literacy, Tuition, Fees, Educational Finance, School Demography, Online Courses, Dual Enrollment, High School Students, Academic Degrees, Certification, College Programs, Noncredit Courses, Labor Force Development, Apprenticeships, Academic Achievement, Student Financial Aid, Outcomes of Education

Iowa Department of Education. Grimes State Office Building, 400 East 14th Street, Des Moines, IA 50319-0146. Tel: 515-281-5294; Fax: 515-242-5988; Web site: http://educateiowa.gov





Autor: Bassis, Vladimir; Burroughs, Monte; Burrows, Barbara; St Clair, Eric; Farver, Kent; Harris, Alex; Nissen, Paula

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=3114&id=ED561991







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