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SUMMIT MEETING MATERIALS

 

SUMMIT PRESENTATIONS

Thursday, September 19th

Opening Luncheon and Welcome - Slides

Discussion Sessions (Set #1)

  • Michigan Transfer Agreement: Overview and Implementation - Slides and Handout
  • Organizing for Student Success: Creating a Coordinating Council
  • Positioning Students for Success by Simplifying Complex Entry Procedures - Slides
  • Yes, You Can Raise Retention Rates in Online Courses - Slides
  • Designing and Refining to Ensure Credentials that Work - LMC and WCC Slides
  • A Leadership Program Targeted at the Academic Success of African American Male Students
  • Developmental through Gateway: Accelerated Math Courses - Slides

Discussion Sessions (Set #2)

  • Latest Research on Student Mobility and Success & the Implications for Policy and Practice - Slides
  • Steps along the Pathway: MP2C Colleges Discuss Career Pathways Issues
  • Degrees before Diplomas: Helping High School Students Succeed - Slides
  • Innovations, Integration and Implementation Issues in Competency-Based Education - SNHU and Jackson Slides
  • Creating a Bridge to Student Success: Linking Student Services & Academic Coursework - Slides
  • Nourishing Academic Fluency with a Content Literacy Approach in ALP - Slides
  • Infusing Global & Multiple Intelligence Content and Assessment into Standard Curriculum - Slides and Handouts One & Two

Friday, September 20th

Discussion Sessions (Set #3)

  • The Next Phase in Developing a Culture of Inquiry for Student Success - Slides
  • Michigan Community College Virtual Learning Collaborative – The New Initiative - Slides
  • Addressing Non-Cognitive Factors in Student Success - Handout One and Two
  • Alignment, Assessment, and the Degree Qualifications Profile - Slides
  • ALP-infused Curriculum Changes to Accelerate Developmental Student Pathways
  • Supporting Success for Michigan’s Student Veterans - Slides
  • Improving Foster Youth Engagement & Career Readiness - Slides and Handout

Discussion Sessions (Set #4)

  • Focusing on Near Completers: Lessons from Project Win-Win - Slides
  • A Conversation about the “Right Math at the Right Time” - Slides and Handout
  • Supporting Career and College Readiness for Michigan High School Graduates
  • Building Structured Pathways for Programs of Study: Lessons from Completion by Design - Slides
  • Implementing a “Fast Track” to Accelerate Student Success - Slides
  • Supplemental Instruction as a Co-Requisite Option - Slides
  • A Community College-High School Reading Partnership - Slides

RESOURCES LIST

This is a list of relevant national reports and briefs published on a variety of topics since the 2012 Student Success Summit. In all but a few cases these publications are publicly available and do not require a subscription.

MICHIGAN CENTER FOR STUDENT SUCCESS PUBLICATIONS

  • Focusing on Near Completers: Practice Guide for Implementing from Project Win-Win. Michigan Center for Student Success. Forthcoming.
  • Forging New Pathways: The Impact of the Breaking Through Initiative in Michigan. Jobs for the Future and the Michigan Center for Student Success. November 2012
  • Autonomy and Innovation: Systemic Change in a Decentralized State. Achieving the Dream, Jobs for the Future, and the Michigan Center for Student Success. November 2012.

CREATING A CULTURE FOR STUDENT SUCCESS AND COMPLETION

STRUCTURED PATHWAYS

STUDENT SUPPORTS

IMPROVING DEVELOPMENTAL EDUCATION AND ASSESSMENT/PLACEMENT

LABOR MARKET IMPACTS AND PAYOFFS

FINANCIAL AID DESIGN AND DELIVERY

COST AND FUNDING STRATEGIES

MOBILITY AND TRANSFER IN POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION

COLLEGE READINESS AND HIGH SCHOOL TRANSITIONS

  • Reshaping the College Transition: States That Offer Early College Readiness Assessments and Transition Curricula. Community College Research Center. Teachers College, Columbia University. May 2013.
  • Tracking Student Progression through the Core Curriculum. Community College Research Center. Teachers College, Columbia University. April 2013.
  • Summer Nudging: Can Personalized Text Messages and Peer Mentor Outreach Increase College Going Among Low-Income High School Graduates? Center for Education Policy Research, Harvard University. April 2013.
  • The Common Core State Standards: Implications for Community Colleges and Student Preparedness for College. Community College Research Center. Teachers College, Columbia University. February 2013.
  • Dual Enrollment for College Completion: Policy Recommendations for Tennessee. Community College Research Center. Teachers College, Columbia University. February 2013.
  • Taking College Courses in High School: A Strategy for College Readiness: The College Outcomes of Dual Enrollment in Texas. Jobs for the Future. October 2012.
     

 

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