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The Value of Co-Requisite Courses

July 31, 2018
Maxine T. Roberts
Co-Requisite courses: This Points of Interest illuminates one cost-saving benefit of co-requisite math courses: fewer course enrollments.
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The Power of Multiple Measures

July 24, 2018
Maxine T. Roberts
This Points of Interest illustrates one benefit of multiple measures— increased access to gateway math courses for African-American and Latinx students.
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Accelerated Success

July 17, 2018
Christopher M. Mullin
This Points of Interest highlights one benefit from the accelerated Statway program: an increased percentage of students in Developmental math who earn college credit.
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A Higher Price for Higher Education

July 10, 2018
Christopher M. Mullin
This Points of Interest highlights differences in developmental education course-taking for Pell Grant recipients across sectors.
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Inequitable Participation

July 3, 2018
Christopher M. Mullin
This Points of Interest highlights racial/ethnic differences in developmental education course-taking.
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Comprehending English Completion

June 26, 2018
Christopher M. Mullin
This Points of Interest from Strong Start to Finish illustrates increases across race/ethnicity groups for students taking gateway English comprehension after developmental education reforms
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A Math Course-taking Quandary

June 20, 2018
Christopher M. Mullin
This Points of Interest from Strong Start to Finish shows differences in similarly prepared students taking developmental math.
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Doubling the Rate

June 13, 2018
Maxine T. Roberts
This Points of Interest shows how one college doubled the percentage of first-year college students who passed college-level English and math courses.
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Impactful Reforms

June 6, 2018
Christopher M. Mullin, Renee Laverdiere
This Points of Interest from Strong Start to Finish illustrates how successful reforms at four institutions also reducing instructional costs.