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Points of Interest

Corequisite Adoption vs. DevEd Elimination

September 16, 2020
Vilan Odekar
This Points of Interest shows that although practitioners report a high rate of adoption and implementation of corequisite courses at their institutions, they also report low rates of eliminating developmental education courses.
Points of Interest

Persistence of Developmental Sequences

September 9, 2020
Vilan Odekar
This Points of Interest shows that institutions where reform practices are in process or at scale still use multi-semester developmental education course sequences on their campuses.
Points of Interest

Effects of Computer-Based Math Remediation

September 2, 2020
Angela Boatman
This Points of Interest shows that assignment to hybrid emporium developmental math had different effects at two- and four-year institutions; the approach did help students in four-year colleges complete their developmental math requirements, but this positive impact did not carry through to college-level math.
Points of Interest

Scaling Multiple Measures Placement in MN

August 26, 2020
Dan Cullinan
This Points of Interest shows how Minnesota State Colleges and Universities designed a multiple measures course placement framework that incorporates high school GPA.
People in the Reform

People in the Reform: Matt DelConte

August 24, 2020
Joshua Abreu
A conversation with Matt DelConte, Associate Professor of English at Onondaga Community College (OCC) and Project Director of the State University of New York (SUNY) Developmental English Learning Community.
Learning from the Reform

The City University of New York: Early Progress

August 20, 2020
Multiple contributors
As part of the first six case studies in our Learning from the Reform publication series, we document the results to date of reforms underway from the six systems that make up the first phase of the Strong Start to Finish initiative. In this case study, we learn about The City University of New York.
Learning from the Reform

The University System of Georgia: Early Progress

August 20, 2020
Multiple contributors
As part of the first six case studies in our Learning from the Reform publication series, we document the results to date of reforms underway from the six systems that make up the first phase of the Strong Start to Finish initiative. In this case study, we learn about the University System of Georgia.
Learning from the Reform

State University of New York: Early Progress

August 20, 2020
Multiple contributors
As part of the first six case studies in our Learning from the Reform publication series, we document the results to date of reforms underway from the six systems that make up the first phase of the Strong Start to Finish initiative. In this case study, we learn about the State University of New York.
Learning from the Reform

Strong Start Arkansas: Early Progress

August 20, 2020
Multiple contributors
As part of the first six case studies in our Learning from the Reform publication series, we document the results to date of reforms underway from the six systems that make up the first phase of the Strong Start to Finish initiative. In this case study, we learn about Strong Start Arkansas.