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People in the Reform

People in the Reform: Tristan Denley

January 31, 2020
Alison Kadlec
This conversation with Tristan Denley, Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Chief Academic Officer of the University System of Georgia (USG), highlights how he has brought to scale his co-requisite remediation approach in math and English.
Points of Interest

The “Bump Zone”

January 29, 2020
Vilan Odekar
This Points of Interest shows that students who are placed into gatekeeper courses with multiple measures are more likely to complete those courses than their counterparts.
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Increasing Student Supports

January 22, 2020
Vilan Odekar
This Points of Interest shows that although colleges continue to refer students to developmental education, they are increasing student supports to improve student success.
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Multiple Instructional Approaches

January 15, 2020
Vilan Odekar
This Points of Interest shows that although colleges continue to use developmental course sequences, they are implementing different instructional approaches for some of these courses.
Points of Interest

Completing Developmental Math Courses

January 8, 2020
Cassidy Francies
This Points of Interest shows that students in the DCMP are much more likely to pass a developmental math course within their first semester than students in traditional developmental math courses.
People in the Reform

People in the Reform: Jordan Ford

December 26, 2019
Maxine T. Roberts
Jordan Ford recounts her path through co-requisite English at Wright State University, and how this structure produced positive results for Jordan even before the fall semester of her first year of college.
Podcasts

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.
Points of Interest

Use of Multiple Measures Placement

December 18, 2019
Vilan Odekar
This Points of Interest shows that over half of community colleges now use multiple measures to assess students’ college readiness in math.
People in the Reform

People in the Reform: Sarah F. McGinley

December 13, 2019
Joshua Abreu
Sarah F. McGinley, Senior Lecturer in the Department of English at Wright State University, takes an interactive teaching approach in her co-requisite English composition and developmental writing course and implements student-centered strategies that help students succeed.