Last month 3CSN delivered two informative BSI Coordinators’ Workshops in collaboration with the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office. The workshops, held at Sacramento City College and the North Orange County Community College District Office, brought together nearly 150 participants from across the state. These workshops for BSI coordinators and committee members provided support for collaboration […]
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To learn more about Vision 2020, please explore this website and download the full report. The Community College League of California convened a commission of 33 college leaders to identify policy and practice changes that, if implemented, could increase meaningful completions in community colleges by 2020. The Commission was asked to constrain its recommendations within […]
This second in a series of Learning in Networks for Knowledge Sharing (LINKS) event will take a deeper look into student success in terms of completion, breaking completion down into more manageable chunks known as milestones and momentum points. LINKS 2 – San Diego LINKS 2 – Los Angeles LINKS 2 – Northern & Central […]
The Strengthening Student Success conference provides a unique opportunity for a wide cross-section of people to gather and brainstorm ways to strengthen institutional effectiveness and student learning. The Strengthening Student Success conference provides a unique opportunity for a wide cross-section of people—including faculty, deans, program directors, student services staff, professional development leadership, researchers, and planners—to […]
1. The Institution as Learner: Making Progress Date: Tuesday June 16, 2009 Time: 7:00-9:00 pm Location: Room 28, Burk Hall San Francisco State University, 1600 Holloway Avenue San Francisco, CA 94132 Presentor: Julie Phelps, Project Director of Achieving the Dream and Professor of Mathematics at Valencia Community College In this session, the presenter will share […]
Steering and Advocacy Collaborative Learning Network How can you help establish, advance and sustain efforts to support the success of our students, especially those who are underprepared for learning in college courses?