Tag: Developmental and Remedial Education
Developmental math is one of the biggest barriers to community college completion. But a few small steps in the classroom can improve students’ attitudes and outcomes.
Despite their reputation as the most tech-savvy generation, students emerge as a key challenge to technology adoption in developmental education, finds one report.
As higher ed leaders faces growing pressure to reform developmental ed and boost student outcomes, community colleges in Texas are turning to corequisite programs.
A new report argues that colleges should look at a broader range of factors when deciding whether to place students in college-level courses.
Many bridge programs, although they have honorable intentions, end up failing to actually support student success. Learn how Georgia State was able to create effective bridge programs by focusing on core classes, encouraging an early start on Pell funding, and taking special care with communications to frame its early start programs as positive opportunities.
After Florida instituted its 2013 law that changed how the state’s 28 two-year college could assess incoming students, students started skipping developmental education. Discover what those students are teaching community college leaders about student success.
The vice provost at Georgia State University shares how the Student Success Collaborative helped them translate data into actionable items. Find out how the university has significantly narrowed the achievement gap by focusing advising resources on students in the “”Murky Middle.””