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Strong Start to Finish: Connecting and Collaborating to Improve Student Success

“Strong Start to Finish enables colleges to think deeply about their structure and the experiences they are designing for students to...

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Reforming Developmental Education Not by Command or Control, but Through Collaboration

It’s a frustrating non-sequitur for a state known as a national education leader: the large number of Massachusetts college students who...

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Here’s How States Are Removing Barriers in Dev Ed

This guest post comes from Elizabeth Ganga, a communications specialist at the Community College Research Center, Teachers College,...

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The Promise (and Perils) of Student Placement Reform: A toolkit for the use of multiple measures

This guest blog post comes from Mark Duffy, senior research associate, and Kate Shaw, executive director, of Research for Action. There’s...

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Too Many Students Still Need Remediation

This is a guest blog post by Shana Payne, Director, Delaware Higher Education Office, Delaware Department of Education.  In Delaware –...

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Moving From Single to Multiple Measures for College Course Placement

A slow but steady movement is emerging to rethink – and revise – the single test, single cut score approach that sorts new college...

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