Reengineering Developmental Math: Part II

Accelerating Student Success Through High-Return Personalized Pathways

Topics: Community College, Academic Affairs, Student Retention and Success, Developmental and Remedial Education, Early Warning Systems, Degree Progress

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About the Webconference

Over half of community college entrants test into pre-college coursework and only a small fraction of these students ever progress to college-level or earn a college credential. In an effort to strengthen student outcomes, progressive colleges are redesigning developmental math curricula, placement practices, and instructional delivery.

Based on over 200 interviews and on-sites with leading community colleges, our research explores the most promising developmental math redesign strategies and the ingredients for implementation success. The second session of this two-part webconference series focuses on how to connect developmental students with optimal support to meet personal needs and career goals. We’ll explore developmental statistics pathways, I-BEST, non-cognitive assessments, and co-requisite mainstreaming.

Questions addressed in this session:

  • Which redesign strategies are optimal for students according to their individual goals and competencies?
  • How do we integrate developmental support with career training?

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