Helping Students Build Momentum for Success
In this podcast, learn how the University System of Georgia continues to be a national model for helping students graduate, starting with reforming developmental education for first-year students.
March 19, 2020
Tags: 1. Identify academic direction and supports., 2. Enroll in college-level math and English., 4. Streamline remediation options., 7. Prioritize the student experience., New Roles for Student Services
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People in the Reform
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Hear how Marcus Hunley, an aspiring pilot nearing graduation from Middle Georgia State University, is benefitting from reforms in developmental education within the Georgia State University System that give him alternatives and options in gateway math requirements.
June 25, 2020
Christopher M. Mullin, Molly Sarubbi
Strong Start to finish supports change at scale by incubating the development and promoting the dissemination of actionable, evidence-based policy and practice about student entry to and success in their initial year of college to bring equity to education. The SSTF Solutions Network depends on the cooperation and support of nationally recognized education organizations and university-based institutes. The network utilizes 2020’s Core Principles for Transforming Remediation within a Comprehensive Student Success Strategy as its principle document to frame the mission of the network, as well as the resources and services to be provided. The purpose of this menu is to be a guide for intermediaries to articulate the most pressing needs and desired outcomes related to developmental education reform at their institutions.