The national focus for developmental education has shifted to a completion agenda. What does this mean for educators, administrators and students? It means that state funding and national initiatives are focused on the end point of the educational pipeline. Developmental education students often have a long road to that end point, and leaving their journey to chance is counter-productive, time-consuming and expensive. Extending the time to completion serves as a drain on college resources that could be more productively applied to success programs.
This webinar will address recent national conversations about developmental education. It will also provide participants with current data and research in the field and discuss effective strategies for student success. The session will also examine how and why institutions should develop intentional pathways for student success.