Strong Start to Finish disseminates a variety of resources including research papers and “how-to” documents to practitioners in the field as they work to implement reforms. Here, you’ll find some of our collective knowledge.
Learning from the Reform
As part of the first six case studies in our Learning from the Reform publication series, we document the results to date of reforms underway from the six systems that make up the first phase of the Strong Start to Finish initiative. In this case study, we learn about The City University of New York.
Explore assessment methods that measure and promote student learning in gateway mathematics courses. Find out about strategies that encourage engagement, help-seeking, and academic integrity.
Coordination between campus supports is crucial for students who need additional academic reinforcement, especially when they are remote. In this webinar, you can learn about holistic support efforts that are transparent and welcoming for online corequisite students.
Watch this discussion of social-emotional learning about how a sense of connectedness and belonging promotes student retention and success. Engage with techniques and strategies such as growth mindset, reducing belonging uncertainty, transference of knowledge, and promoting metacognition.
Points of Interest
This Points of Interest shows that for students near the margin of college readiness, direct placement into college-level courses without corequisite support may result in similar outcomes as placement into corequisite courses.
People in the Reform
A conversation with Russ Deaton, Executive Vice Chancellor for Policy and Strategy of the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR), where successful implementation of corequisite support has yielded important lessons. Interview by Ashmi Patel and Alison Kadlec.