Appendix A: Candidate Recruitment, Selection, and Monitoring

Preliminary Administrative Services Credential

Monitoring and Supporting

Benchmark

Program
Minimum Total Score

2018-2019
Average Total Score

2019-2020
Average Total Score

2020-2021
Average Total Score

Phase 1: CalAPA Cycle 2 & P12 PASC Program AAQEP Candidate Self-Assessment (Total out of 7 Rubrics)

CalAPA Cycle 2

Pass Rate

12 points

100%

18.7 points

100%

21.3 points

96%

18.9 points

98%

Self-Assessment

Standard 1

Standard 2

 

3.0

3.0

 

--

--

 

--

--

 

4.46

4.54

Phase 2: CalAPA Cycle 2 & P12 PASC Program AAQEP Candidate Self-Assessment (Total out of 8 Rubrics)

CalAPA Cycle 1

Pass Rate

14 points

100%

24.2 points

100%

[Low N]* 

*Note: Below 10 students; State COVID exemption offered to students this semester

23.2 points

100%

Self-Assessment

Standard 1

Standard 2

 

3.0

3.0

 

--

--

 

--

--

 

4.63

4.70

Phase 3: CalAPA Cycle 2 & P12 PASC Program AAQEP Candidate Self-Assessment (Total out of 7 Rubrics)

CalAPA Cycle 3

Pass Rate

12 points

100%

21.0 points

100%

16.0 points

100%

20.9 points

100%

Self-Assessment

Standard 1

Standard 2

 

3.0

3.0

 

--

--

 

--

--

 

4.63

4.70

Recruitment and Admissions Process

Recruitment Activity Links to any supporting documentation Number of Participants Demographics of Participants (if available) Number of Participants Who Applied Number of Participants Who Enrolled
Fall 2020

General Information Sessions
(In person)

Recruitment Flyer 

Approximately 33

NA

33

28

Spring 2021

General Information Sessions (Virtual) 

Recruitment Presentation (Google) 

Approximately 14

NA

14

11

Fall 2021

General Information Sessions (Virtual) 

Recruitment Flyer 

Approximately 28

NA

28

24

Reading/Literacy Specialist Credential

Monitoring and Supporting

Benchmark

Program
Minimum Total Score

2018-2019
Average Total Score

2019-2020
Average Total Score

2020-2021
Average Total Score

Phase 1:
LEE 213 Inquiry Project 16/20 (80%) 19.78 19.82 18.9
LEE 224 Case Study Report 16/20 (80%) 19.62 19.69 19.89
Phase 2:
LEE 244 Literature Review 80/100 (80%) 98.26 100 98.61
Phase 3:
LEE 254 Program Evaluation Report 80/100 (80%) Not available 92.75 98.8

Recruitment and Admissions Process

Recruitment Activity Links to any supporting documentation Number of Participants Demographics of Participants (if available) Number of Participants Who Applied Number of Participants Who Enrolled
2019 - 2020
Materials distribution request email sent to local school districts. Email included flyers to advertise the Reading/Literacy programs

Recruitment message

Recruitment flyer

8 Districts, unknown number of recipients Unknown Unknown Unknown
Kremen Open House  Recruitment flyer Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
Multiple Subject Class Visits

Recruitment flyer

Recruitment Presentation (Google)

70 participants Unknown Unknown Unknown
Informational Webinar

Recruitment Presentation (Google)

5 Unknown 3 3
Informational video promoted Kremen social media

Information Video

Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
2020-2021
Informational webinars (2) promoted on Kremen social media

Event flyer 

Recruitment presentation (Google)

19 Unknown 10 10
Program social media accounts

Twitter

Facebook

Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown

School Counseling

Monitoring and Supporting

Benchmark

Program
Minimum Total Score

2018-2019
Average Total Score

2019-2020
Average Total Score

2020-2021
Average Total Score

YEAR 1: SEMESTER 1
Practicum Supervisor Evaluation and Clinical Review Passed (100%) Passed (100%) Passed (100%) Passed (100%)
YEAR 1: SEMESTER 2
Candidate Dispositions assessed in COUN 208 (Practicum in Counseling) Meets expectations Meets expectations Meets expectations Meets expectations
YEAR 2: SEMESTER 3
Advancement to Candidacy Approved (100%) Approved (100%) Approved (100%) Approved (100%)
COUN 249 Case Study Assignment Passed (100%) Passed (100%) Passed (100%) Passed (100%)
COUN 249 (Fieldwork in School Counseling) Evaluations Very satisfactory Very satisfactory Very satisfactory Very satisfactory
YEAR 2: SEMESTER 4
Culminating experience: Comprehensive Exam, Research Project or Thesis. Pass Pass Pass Pass

Recruitment and Admissions Process

Recruitment Activity Links to any supporting documentation Number of Participants Demographics of Participants (if available) Number of Participants Who Applied Number of Participants Who Enrolled
2018

We recruit students through sharing with the faculty and students we meet across campus to explore our website on school counseling, which provides clear information on admission requirements, school counseling profession, and academic preparation needed to become school counselors: Apply - Master of Science in Counseling. 

We actively engage in dialogues with faculty and undergraduate students on-campus through sharing the following website on admissions information:

Interested students use the following application to apply for the School Counseling Program:

   

78

M-16
F-62

AmerInd - 0
Asian - 14
Black - 2
Hispanic - 51
PacIsland - 1
Unknown - 2
White - 6
Two or more - 2

42

M-7
F-35

AmerInd - 0
Asian - 5
Black - 0
Hispanic - 30
PacIsland - 0
Unknown - 1
White - 4
Two or more - 2

2019
School Counseling Coordinator attended African American Families Event at Homecoming to recruit students and engaged in dialogues with 3 students to encourage them to apply for school counseling program.   3      
We hold Kremen Open House to recruit students. Several students attend Open House every year to learn about the school counseling program and have their questions answered.    15  

82

M-21
F- 61

AmerInd - 1
Asian - 7
Black - 2
Hispanic - 60
PacIsland - 1
Unknown - 2
White - 7
Two or more - 2

25

M-4
F- 21

AmerInd - 1
Asian - 3
Black - 1
Hispanic -17
PacIsland - 0
Unknown - 0
White - 2
Two or more - 1

Post-Open House and other events, we receive emails from interested students. School Counseling Program Coordinator and Student Ambassadors hold advising meetings with students and responding to emails to actively encourage them and support them in the process of applying.    100      
2020
We strengthened our presence on social media (specifically through creating Instagram page) to recruit students.  Instagram 193  

75

M-13
F- 62

AmerInd - 0
Asian - 4
Black - 3
Hispanic - 61
PacIsland - 1
Unknown - 0
White - 6
Two or more - 0

21

M-5
F-16

AmerInd - 0
Asian - 1
Black - 0
Hispanic - 18
PacIsland - 0
Unknown - 0
White - 2
Two or more - 0

School Nursing

Monitoring and Supporting

Benchmark

Program
Minimum Total Score

2018-2019
Average Total Score

2019-2020
Average Total Score

2020-2021
Average Total Score

Phase 1:

Admission Rubric

>25

rubric trial

30.8

31

Admission GPA

N136 GPA

N137 GPA

A or B

3.00

3.00

3.70

3.97

3.89

3.50

4.00

3.89

3.62

Phase 2:

N184 GPA

A or B

     

N186-GPA

N186-Preceptor Evaluation/Mid term conference

3.00

3.00

3.84

4.91

3.94

3.73

Phase 3:

N185-GPA

A or B

3.84

3.94

3.92

N187-GPA

N187-Preceptor Evaluation/Mid term conference

3.00

3.00

3.88

4.94

3.94

4.91

3.94

Recruitment and Admissions Process

Recruitment Activity Links to any supporting documentation Number of Participants Demographics of Participants (if available) Number of Participants Who Applied Number of Participants Who Enrolled

2018-CA Conference/

Meet and Greet 

Brochure 
PPT

45

Not collected

75

47

2019-CA Conference/

Meet and Greet 

Brochure 
PPT

55

Not collected

85

52

2020-CA Conference/

Meet and Greet 

Brochure
PPT

65

Not collected

93

50

2021-CA Conference-

ZOOM

Brochure
PPT

4

Not collected

69

50

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