Perform the summative assessment of progress on the DSP goals and objectives.
Form the DSP Taskforce to spearhead the remainder of the review and revision process.
|May to July 2011||
Review statewide plans and trends.
Review and analyze updates of internal scan and external scan data.
Review and revise as needed the Ten Enduring District Strengths and Fifteen Critical Internal Challenges (DSP sections IV and V).
Review and revise as needed the External Challenges and Opportunities (DSP section VI).
Review and revise as needed the District Mission and Guiding Principles (DSP sections VIII and IX).
Review and revise as needed the Planning Initiative Guiding Values and Vision (from DSP section II).
Gather additional input as needed (e.g., service area employer feedback).
|July to August 2011||
Review and, if warranted, revise the five goals and their descriptions.
Based on the inputs above and the goal descriptions, develop any additional objectives or activities that may be warranted.
Revise and consolidate the 33 objectives into a simpler, smaller preliminary draft set focused more consistently on student completion as the highest district priority.
|September to October 2011||
Conduct stakeholder SWOT analyses with four different groups (students, faculty, staff, and administrators) on each campus and with the Board of Trustees.
|September to October 2011||
Review and analyze any available updates on statewide plans and trends, internal scan and external scan data, and other inputs as needed.
Based on the inputs and on the feedback from the College Councils, revise the preliminary draft goals and objectives.
Draft DSP sections II, IV, V, VI, VIII, and IX.
Coordinate the review of the preliminary draft goals and objectives at the District Academic Senate Summit.
Coordinate the review of the preliminary draft goals and objectives by the College Councils. Stakeholder groups at the college level discuss the preliminary goals and objectives and respond to trend analyses and tentative goals.
Coordinate the review of the draft goals and objectives by the other college and district-level stakeholders.
|January to February 2012||
Based on the feedback received, revise the draft goals and objectives and the draft DSP sections II, IV, V, VI, VIII, and IX.
Present the revised draft goals and objectives at the Board Retreat.
Review and revise the Implementation Plan (DSP section XI) and the Strategic Plan Implementation Matrix (DSP Appendix A).
Draft DSP section XI, Appendix A, and Appendix B.
Draft the remaining sections of the DSP.
|February to March 2012||
Circulate the full DSP draft to all district and college stakeholders for final review and response.
Make minor changes to the DSP draft as appropriate.
Present the final recommendation to the Chancellor and to the Board Institutional Effectiveness Committee (formerly the Committee for Planning and Student Success).
Make final changes to the recommended DSP.
The Chancellor presents the final recommended DSP to the Board of Trustees for approval.
Makes student completion the highest strategic priority for the district.
To develop a comprehensive strategic plan for the Los Angeles Community College District that will articulate a shared mission and vision for the nine LACCD colleges and establish a clear series of District goals, implementation strategies, and benchmarks that can be used to guide local college planning efforts.