SectorMeeting PrivateSchools

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Published on September 5, 2007

Author: Pumbaa

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Meeting of the Independent Sector:  Elizabeth Torgerson-Lemark Meeting of the Independent Sector NYSFAAA at Lake Placid Abraham M. Lackman, President cIcu November 7, 2006 New York’s Higher Education Demographics:  New York’s Higher Education Demographics New York State is a Global Higher Education Leader:  New York State is a Global Higher Education Leader Complementary System of Higher Education Serves 1.2 Million Students:  Complementary System of Higher Education Serves 1.2 Million Students Enrollmentby Sector:  Enrollment by Sector New York Attracts the Most Students from Other States and Nations:  New York Attracts the Most Students from Other States and Nations International Student Enrollment Growing:  International Student Enrollment Growing The Pipeline:  The Pipeline U.S. Kindergarten Enrollment:  U.S. Kindergarten Enrollment NYS Kindergarten Enrollment:  NYS Kindergarten Enrollment Projected NYS HS Graduates:  Projected NYS HS Graduates Ethnicity of NYS HS Students:  Ethnicity of NYS HS Students More Black and Hispanic Students are Earning Degrees:  More Black and Hispanic Students are Earning Degrees Who Graduates from High School in New York State?:  Who Graduates from High School in New York State? Independent Sector Enrollment by Ethnicity, 1990, 1999, 2004:  Independent Sector Enrollment by Ethnicity, 1990, 1999, 2004 Financial Aid Makes College Possible:  Financial Aid Makes College Possible Funding for Higher Education on the Decline in New York State:  Funding for Higher Education on the Decline in New York State Competitiveness:  Competitiveness From FIRE to ICE: New York’s Changing Economy:  From FIRE to ICE: New York’s Changing Economy Higher Wages, Lower Unemployment:  Higher Wages, Lower Unemployment “Ninety percent of the fastest-growing jobs in the new knowledge-driven economy will require some postsecondary education,” –Margaret Spellings, U.S. Secretary of Education.:  'Ninety percent of the fastest-growing jobs in the new knowledge-driven economy will require some postsecondary education,' –Margaret Spellings, U.S. Secretary of Education. Higher Education Creates Active Citizens:  Higher Education Creates Active Citizens Lagging Behind in Science and Math:  Lagging Behind in Science and Math Percentage of undergraduate degrees in science and engineering: 66 percent in Japan; 59 percent in China; and 32 percent in United States. In the 4th grade, U.S. students score above the international average in math and near first in science. By 8th grade, they score below the international average in math and only slightly above it in science. By 12th grade, U.S. students are near the bottom of a 49-country survey in both math and science, outperforming only Cyprus and South Africa. Today, the U.S. ranks 17th in the proportion of the college-age population earning science and engineering degrees. Down from third place several decades ago. We’re losing our future scientists and engineers around junior high school and, as the percentage of African-American and Hispanic students increases, the picture becomes bleak. Today, African-Americans and Hispanics account for 39 percent of the U.S. high school population while only 6 percent of the science and engineering workforce. The U.S. is a superpower largely on its leadership in science and technology, therefore, it is vital that we prepare our future generations to replace our current scientists and engineers. The Numbers are Alarming:  The Numbers are Alarming The number of bachelors degrees conferred in New York State in engineering, mathematics, and the physical sciences have been dropping steadily in the past 20 years. From 1984-85 to 2004-05, engineering degrees have declined 36 percent; mathematics down 25 percent; and physical sciences, down 33 percent. A bright spot, biological and biomedical science degrees have increased 4 percent. Over the past 20 years the number of engineering degrees conferred has dropped, yet, the proportion of international students receiving engineering degrees at all levels has increased. The increases are dramatic particularly for master’s and doctoral degrees. Comparing 1984-85 to 2004-05: the number of bachelor’s degrees increased from 6 percent to 10 percent; master’s degrees up from 24 percent to 47 percent; and doctoral degrees, up from 46 percent to 71 percent. It appears American students are not pursuing engineering degrees, or may not have the proper foundation to enroll in an engineering bachelor’s degree program. A review of recent New York State Regents exams in math and science speaks to the issue of preparation: We reviewed one cohort of students, those entering kindergarten in 1991-92 and in their senior year in 2003-04. Eight in ten (81%) of these students sat for the biology exam but only 55 percent took the chemistry exam, 42 percent the Math B Regents and 21 percent the physics Regents their senior year. Only one-quarter of our students scored greater than 84 percent on the biology Regents, 15 percent on the chemistry, 27 percent on math and 23 percent on the physics Regents. Without the foundation of these high school courses, students are unprepared to major in math, science, and engineering degrees at the college level. Less than 15 percent of U.S. students have the prerequisites even to pursue scientific/technical degrees in college. Too Few Successfully Complete Necessary Foundation Courses:  Too Few Successfully Complete Necessary Foundation Courses

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