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Success & Equity Through Quality Instruction: Bringing Faculty into the Student Success Movement

Too few of today’s students — in particular racially minoritized, returning adults and those from low-income families — will hold a college degree in the coming decades, unless national trajectories change. Increasingly, colleges and universities are recognizing the critically important role of faculty in student success efforts. This toolkit provides helpful resources and rubrics for colleges and universities with a framework to fully engage faculty in the student success movement.
August 18, 2021
ACUE, Sova

Too few of today’s students — in particular racially minoritized, returning adults and those from low-income families — will hold a college degree in the coming decades, unless national trajectories change. Increasingly, colleges and universities are recognizing the critically important role of faculty in student success efforts. This toolkit provides helpful resources and rubrics for colleges and universities with a framework to fully engage faculty in the student success movement.

For further information, contact: info@acue.org

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