Multiple Measures Placement Using Data Analytics: An Implementation and Early Impacts Report Webinar
This online session with the New York Student Success Center will take place on November 30, 2018, at 1 p.m.
During the presentation, Elisabeth Barnett will describe early results from CAPR’s experimental study of 13,000 students at seven New York community colleges who were randomly assigned to be placed using either standardized placement tests alone (control group) or multiple measures (program group). While implementing the alternative placement system was more complex than expected, all seven colleges were successful in implementing it. And early impacts results indicate students placed using multiple methods were more likely to place into and complete college-level courses in their first term.
October 11, 2018 | SUNY Association of Chief Academic Officers, Fall 2018 Conference
In this session, Elisabeth Barnett described why the use of multiple measures for assessment and placement is widely becoming viewed as superior to the use of placement tests alone.
Minority-Serving Community College Communities of Practice: Closing the Academic Achievement Gap With Math Pathways
May 31, 2018 | RTI International Webinar
In this one-hour webinar, Elizabeth Zachry Rutschow of MDRC and Margo Keys of Chippewa Valley Technical College discussed the benefits and challenges associated with implementing alternative math pathways.
April 29, 2018 | American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) Annual Convention
This session explored current practices and innovations in developmental education, especially using multiple measures for placement and math pathways to align math to programs of study.
March 20, 2018 | League for Innovation in the Community College Annual Conference
This session shared information about where senior year transition courses exist, their designs, and the partnerships and policy contexts that surround them.
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