Career Pathways members,

I would like to share with you a treasure trove of where to find good information about developmental education.  The following information is taken directly from the Community College Research Center website at http://ccrc.tc.columbia.edu/Developmental-Education-and-Adult-Basic-Skills.html.  Please visit the website for information in addition to what follows.

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Developmental Education and Adult Basic Skills

Many factors contribute to low rates of college completion among community college students assigned to remedial coursework. CCRC identifies these factors and evaluates reform efforts aimed at helping underprepared students achieve greater college success.

Adult Basic Skills Students (ABE/ESL/GED)

Many adults with poor academic skills attend community colleges to further their education and careers. CCRC examines programs designed to impart both basic and vocational skills to underprepared adults.

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Developmental Education Overview

What is the role of developmental education in community colleges, how does it fit in with the access mission of the traditionally open-door community college, and how can it be improved to achieve better results for students and institutions?

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Assessment, Placement, and Progression of Developmental Students

CCRC conducts research on how students are assessed and placed into developmental courses and how this process affects their progression through the remedial sequence and college-level courses.

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Developmental Education Structure, Curriculum, and Pedagogy

How can community colleges promote better outcomes for students referred to developmental education, and what kinds of course structure, curriculum, and classroom practice help remedial students succeed? Colleges are experimenting with a range of programs and policies that CCRC studies and evaluates.

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Comments (1)

David Kester's picture

I love their stuff! THey do good work that is very relevant. I try to take time to look at it whenever I can. Thanks for the links. 

David Kester