This blog post looks back at the first six years of CAPR's research and describes what's next for the center, including a suite of new projects and research questions focused on which developmental education reforms, policies, and practices work for whom.
Source: Crain's Detroit Business
Placement tests relegate students who could succeed in college-level courses to remedial classes, impeding their progress toward a community college credential. This blog post argues that it's time to recognize the hard work incoming students have already put in and place everyone in college-level courses.
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.