Statistics

In addition to the March 2010 Employee Demographics, the LACCD BFSA is also working to create a list of needed disaggregated data that will help lead the decision-making and planning of the association.

Typically, employee demographics and student achievement data are reported for whole populations, or as aggregate data. It is not, however, until the data are disaggregated that patterns, trends and other important information are uncovered. Disaggregated data simply means looking at data by specific subcategories or subgroups.  Some of the possible trends we want to investigate are listed below.

Faculty and Staff

Percentage of African-American Faculty (overall and disaggregated )

  • Within the district
  • Within each college
  • Within each discipline

Percentage of African-American Department Chairs:

  • Within the district
  • Within each college
  • Within each discipline

Percentage of African-American Staff (overall and disaggregated )

  • Within the district
  • Within each college
  • Within each area
    • Administration (breakdown:  deans, vice presidents, presidents)
    • Support Staff
    • Custodial

Percentage of African-American Staff Working in the Los Angeles Community Colleges District Office

  • Within each area
    • Administration (breakdown:  deans, vice presidents, presidents)
    • Support Staff
    • Custodial
    • Within each area
      • Executive
      • Support Staff
      • Custodial
      • Special Program
      • Other Programs

Disagregated data for Average Pay of Employees:  http://research.laccd.edu/fiscal-resources/employee-headcount.htm

Students

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