In this third installment of reflections from participants in the Kellogg Institute, Mariot Valcin, Jr., argues that college educators and staff need to work together to connect students with the supports they need to succeed, particularly when those students come from disadvantaged backgrounds.
In this video from our 2019 conference, representatives from three SUNY colleges explain how their placement systems evolved after the CAPR study on multiple measures assessment and placement ended.
Equity was a major topic of conversation at the 2019 CAPR conference, as practitioners, policymakers, and other attendees emphasized the importance of implementing reforms that take college context and student demographics into account.
In this essay, Jonathan T. Warnock of the South Carolina Organization for Student Success describes his experience at the Kellogg Institute and questions how educators can reframe the purpose of developmental education to better serve students' needs as lifelong learners.
This photo essay takes you inside our 2019 conference, Reimagining Developmental Education. For two days, practitioners, researchers, and policymakers convened in New York City to discuss the future of developmental education reform.
Dominique Dukes, a research assistant at MDRC, discusses highlights from CAPR's new report on developmental education practices at broad-access two- and four-year colleges across the country.