The Balanced Scorecard, which is based on the college's Progression and Completion Model (Educational Master Plan, page 30), provides a global view of how well the college is meeting the objectives it has identified in its Strategic Direction as well as its standards for student achievement and associated goals. This information is used provide the Board and district leadership with an overall view of institutional performance and to inform the annual review and refinement of the Strategic Direction and the college's goals for student achievement.
The 2008-2009 Balanced Scorecard Analysis reviews the trends contained in the Balanced Scorecard, the implications of these trends, and recommends strategies to improve institutional performance. This document was discussed with the Planning and Budget Committee and the College Council to inform their efforts. The strategies in the Educational Master Plan, the Basic Skills Initiative, and the Title III Grant are specifically designed to improve institutional performance in these areas.