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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