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One of the most meaningful recent shifts in higher education is the increased interest in and adoption of active learning. Discover three lessons learned by early movers, and how you can implement these student-focused spaces on your campus.
After growing up during the Great Recession and watching their Millennial predecessors struggle with massive student loan burdens, Generation Z students' pragmatism is playing out on community college campuses across the nation.
With a recent surge of foundation grants for math redesign efforts, there’s never been a better time to invest in reengineering developmental math. The first step is to pinpoint the areas in need of redesign. We’ve identified ineffective classroom pedagogy, mismatched curriculum, and imprecise placement practice as the three primary reasons for student attrition. Download […]
There are a number of potential active learning upgrades, but many are expensive. Learn how the Learning Space Upgrade Guide can help institutions choose the best investments to facilitate collaborative learning, while remaining cost effective.
Early college high schools allow students to earn an associate's degree alongside their high school diploma, preparing them for college and paving their way to college enrollment. This toolkit provides resources needed to implement an early college high school.
This research brief explores how profiled, Canadian institutions respond to a growing demand for disability-related exam accommodations.
Comfortable, inclusive workspaces support innovation and engagement for everyone.
Community-centric residence halls, which encourage social immersion, can nudge underclass students to build peer support networks that help them succeed. After one university established new residence halls with 30% common space, they saw a bump to retention. While other factors contributed, campus leaders point to the residence halls as a key component of their retention strategy.
The 2017 Navigate Summit brought together over 160 leaders from 70+ community colleges for two days of learning, networking, and sharing. View highlights from the annual event.