Helping Students Build Momentum for Success
In this podcast, learn how the University System of Georgia continues to be a national model for helping students graduate, starting with reforming developmental education for first-year students.
March 19, 2020
Tags: 1. Identify academic direction and supports., 2. Enroll in college-level math and English., 4. Streamline remediation options., 7. Prioritize the student experience., New Roles for Student Services
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Changes and Outcomes in Placement and Assessment Policies: Integrating Equity into Developmental Education Reform
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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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Points of Interest
August 5, 2020
This Points of Interest shows that the positive effects of corequisite reform in math for students on the placement cusp were largely the result of enrollments in statistics and math for liberal arts.
Points of Interest
July 29, 2020
This Points of Interest shows that for students near the margin of college readiness, direct placement into college-level courses without corequisite support may result in similar outcomes as placement into corequisite courses.