Developmental Education Reform to Improve Student Outcomes: Findings from Four Evaluations
This symposium strove to expand the developmental education research base by featuring findings from four evaluations. Because research teams are carrying out the evaluations in close coordination with policymakers, each has the potential to inform future policy decisions, and two are already influencing policy implementation at the state level.
The symposium addressed these issues:
- How can colleges accurately assess students for placement into (and out of) developmental education in order to promote academic success?
- Which developmental education reform strategies are effective in facilitating students’ success in subsequent coursework and completion of college?
- What are the impacts of developmental education reform for historically-underrepresented student groups?
Elisabeth Barnett, Community College Research Center and CAPR
Elizabeth Zachry Rutschow, MDRC and CAPR
James Benson, Institute of Education Sciences
Christopher M. Mullin, Strong Start to Finish
Paco Martorell, UC-Davis
Christine Mokher, Florida State University
Date and Time:
March 7, 2019
Fairmont Hotel | Longworth – Ballroom Level