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110 ILCS 175/100-30
(110 ILCS 175/100-30)
Institutional plans; report.
(a) On or before May 1, 2022, each university shall submit to the Board of Higher Education and each community college shall submit to the Illinois Community College Board its institutional plan for scaling evidence-based developmental education reforms to maximize the probability that a student will be placed in and successfully complete introductory college-level English language or mathematics coursework within 2 semesters at the institution. At a minimum, a plan submitted by an institution shall include all of the following:
(1) A description of the current developmental
education models offered by the institution. If the institution does not currently offer developmental education coursework, it must provide details regarding its decision not to offer developmental education coursework and the pathways that are available to students deemed to be insufficiently prepared for introductory college-level English language or mathematics coursework.
(2) A description of the developmental education
models that will be implemented and scaled and the basis of the evidence and associated data that the institution considered in making the decision to scale each model.
(3) Baseline data and benchmarks for progress,
including, but not limited to, (i) enrollment in credit-bearing English language or mathematics courses, (ii) rates of successful completion of introductory college-level English language or mathematics courses, and (iii) college-credit accumulation.
(4) Detailed plans for scaling reforms and improving
outcomes for all students placed in traditional developmental education models or models with comparable introductory college-level course completion rates. The plan shall provide details about the expected improvements in educational outcomes for Black students as result of the proposed reforms.
(b) On or before February 15, 2023 and every 2 years thereafter, the Board of Higher Education and Illinois Community College Board shall collect data and report to the General Assembly and the public the status of developmental education reforms at institutions. The report must include data on the progress of the developmental education reforms, including, but not limited to, (i) enrollment in credit-bearing English language or mathematics courses, (ii) rates of successful completion of introductory college-level English language or mathematics courses, and (iii) college-credit accumulation. The data should be disaggregated by gender, race and ethnicity, federal Pell Grant status, and other variables of interest to the Board of Higher Education and the Illinois Community College Board.
(c) On or before February 15, 2024 and every 2 years thereafter, the Board of Higher Education and Illinois Community College Board, in consultation with institutions of higher education and other stakeholders, shall consider additional data reporting requirements to facilitate the rigorous and continuous evaluation of each institution's implementation plan and its impact on improving outcomes for students in developmental education, particularly for Black students.
(Source: P.A. 101-654, eff. 3-8-21; 102-1046, eff. 6-7-22.)