The California Acceleration Project is the subject of a chapter in the just-released edition of New Directions in Community Colleges: Applying the College Completion Agenda to Practice. Authors Katie Hern and Myra Snell discuss several factors that have helped build momentum for redesigning developmental education in California, including a shared understanding of the problem of […]
The California Acceleration Project (CAP) has received a two-year $400,000 grant to create a blueprint for transforming placement and remediation in California. The goal of this blueprint will be to streamline the transition to community college and increase the proportion of students who complete college-level math and English in their first year, a critical early […]
In the summer of 2012, Math and Science Dean Charlene Frontiera from the College of San Mateo (CSM) attended a statewide leadership institute run by the California Community Colleges Success Network (3CSN). She was drawn to 3CSN’s Community of Practice in Reading Apprenticeship and to the idea that students could be apprenticed into more meaningful […]
The American Association of Colleges and Universities recently singled out Reading Apprenticeship at Pasadena City College as an example of “inclusive excellence.” Why should you have to be economically privileged to experience a real First Year Experience and be properly introduced and invited to college? At PCC we have demonstrated that all students–regardless of their […]
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