In this DREAM 2016 spotlight session, an esteemed panel with rich CCRC history will discuss the advancement of community college research.
This DREAM 2016 workshop shares findings from an examination of short-term academic outcomes across racial/ethnic groups following the implementation of reforms to developmental education in the Virginia Community College System.
In this DREAM 2016 session, researchers and leaders of high-performing colleges will discuss how colleges can improve educational success for transfer students.
Using in-depth data from colleges engaged in technology-mediated advising reform, this DREAM 2016 session will provide insights that colleges can use as part of their own reform work.
This DREAM 2016 presentation discusses findings from a CAPR study on the effects of an alternative assessment and placement strategy on students' academic performance, persistence, and progress toward college degrees.
This DREAM 2016 panel discussion moderated by Nikki Edgecombe will illustrate the emerging role of faculty as change agents on campus.
This poster session will describe a researcher-practitioner partnership to assess the reading and writing skills of adult learners attending college developmental education courses.
This is the first in a series of short essays by former CCRC staff members who share thoughts about their time working at the Center. These essays will be posted on our website throughout CCRC’s 20th anniversary year.