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CAPR Publications

Informed Self-Placement Today: An Exploratory Study of Student Outcomes and Placement Practices

By Jessica Brathwaite, Dan Cullinan, Elizabeth Kopko, Tiffany Morton, Julia Raufman, and Dorota Rizik | June 2022

This brief presents the findings of CAPR’s exploratory study of informed self-placement (ISP), a placement system in which colleges provide information about placement policies, available courses, and other relevant topics to engage students as active participants in their own placement.

Implementing and Scaling Multiple Measures Assessment in the Context of COVID-19

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.

Gaining Ground: Findings from the Dana Center Mathematics Pathways Impact Study

By Elizabeth Zachry Rutschow, Susan Sepanik, Victoria Deitch, Julia Raufman, Dominique Dukes, and Adnan Moussa | November 2019

This report examines how four Texas community colleges implemented Dana Center Mathematics Pathways (DCMP) and the impact of DCMP on student outcomes over as many as four semesters. Costs of the initiative and student perspectives are also discussed.

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