Effective Professional Development for Faculty Engaged in Developmental Education Reform
This podcast featuring Jennifer Miller, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Community College Support at SUNY, focuses on the importance of faculty engagement in successfully implementing reforms.
June 23, 2020
Tags: Faculty and Staff Supports, 1. Identify academic direction and supports., 3. Provide supports., Augmenting the Faculty Role
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April 23, 2020
Dr. Alycia Marshall, Dr. Ricardo Moena, Maxine T. Roberts
In this podcast, we learn how the University of Cincinnati has taken a new approach to math that is helping more first-year students succeed in freshman year math and beyond.
Changes and Outcomes in Placement and Assessment Policies: Integrating Equity into Developmental Education Reform
December 19, 2019
Maxine T. Roberts
In this discussion with Elena Quiroz-Livanis, Massachusetts Department of Higher Education, we learn about placement and assessment policy changes that have helped more students of all races and ethnicities succeed -- following years of concerns over racial disparities in degree attainment.
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July 14, 2020
This is the second iteration of an annual study done in collaboration with the Strong Start to Finish Network, through funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, to uncover how the adoption of new policies and practices has reduced the amount of time students have spent in developmental education courses. The findings within this iteration seek to understand the trends and advancements made by institutions, practitioners and providers in the space along the spectrum of policy innovation. Specifically, we see the developmental education reform movement at a tipping point as the field shifts from adopting policy to implementation at scale of new practices.