To close persistent racial and socioeconomic achievement gaps, structural changes to developmental education should be combined with strategies that address engagement between students and their instructors.
Access to gateway courses for historically underrepresented students increased dramatically following California's implementation of AB 705, but these students' completion rates still lag behind their peers'.
April 8, 2021 | Complete College America Live
In this presentation, Elisabeth Barnett gave an introduction to multiple measures assessment, including information on its prevalence, the main types and design choices, and some findings from CAPR's research with State University of New York colleges.
As colleges respond to state- and system-wide calls to replace traditional developmental education with corequisite support courses, institutional challenges are preventing them from faithfully implementing these courses as designed.
Susan Bickerstaff, Elizabeth Kopko, Erika B. Lewy, Julia Raufman, and Elizabeth Zachry Rutschow | January 2021
Based on interviews with system leaders and college administrators, faculty, and staff, this brief presents four short case studies on how community college state systems changed placement policies and supported new placement practices in the midst of the pandemic.