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The specific characteristics include gender, race/ethnicity, age and enrollment status.
The selected key findings report provides information in five benchmark areas between Brookhaven College, the 2014 CCSSE Cohort and the 2014 Top Performing Colleges. It also highlights the college’s aspects of highest student engagement and the lowest student engagement, as well as results from special-focus items on promising educational practices.
There are selected results comparing student and faculty responses from the Community College Faculty Survey of Student Engagement, CCFSSE.
The report includes large colleges' comparison group and the 2014 CCSSE cohort.
This includes benchmark scores report for full-time and less than full-time (part-time) students.
This report summarizes 20 promising practices for all students with a comparison group and the 2014 CCSSE Cohort.
This report provides item-by-item comparisons for full-time students with a comparison group and the 2014 CCSSE Cohort. And for less than full-time students (part-time) with a comparison group and the 2014 CCSSE Cohort.
This report provides comparisons for all students with Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD) and the 2014 CCSSE Cohort.
This report provides comparisons for full-time students and less than full-time (part-time) students with Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD) and the 2014 CCSSE Cohort.
CCFSSE is the Community College Faculty Survey of Student Engagement. The CCFSSE is designed as a comparison to the Community College Student Report. It gathers information from faculty about their teaching practices both in and out of class and their perceptions regarding students’ educational experiences.