Shanna Smith Jaggars Speaks on Disrupting Traditional Models of Education at The Economist's Higher Education Forum
Shanna Smith Jaggars spoke on a panel at The Economist’s 2015 Higher Education Forum that addressed the future of alternative credentialing.
|NOVEMBER 10, 2015|
|Technology Is Not Enough|
In an essay for Inside Higher Ed, Serena Klempin writes about CCRC's research findings on the implementation of advising technologies at community colleges, and the important roles that both senior and midlevel project leaders have to play in transformative change.
|NOVEMBER 01, 2015|
|One State's Big Shift Away From Remedial Courses Leaves Questions for Colleges Everywhere|
In a Chronicle of Higher Education article on Tennessee's decision to implement a corequisite model of developmental education, Thomas Bailey comments on the need for large-scale change, but notes that not all students who enter community college may be ready for college-level courses.
|OCTOBER 28, 2015|
|Playing Catch Up: Is Developmental Education Hurting Community College Students?|
On WGBH radio, Shanna Smith Jaggars discusses why outcomes for traditional, multi-semester sequences of developmental education are often poor, and whether corequisite models of developmental education help more students complete entry-level college courses.