Teachers College, Columbia University

Learning From the Research: Implications for Program Design

Date and Time: November 06, 2018 9:00–10:30 a.m.
Location: San Antonio, TX
Venue: Hyatt Regency Riverwalk | Regency Ballroom

The field of research on student access to and success in dual- and concurrent-enrollment coursework has grown considerably in recent years, collectively demonstrating the overall positive effects of these programs. With a wider range of data systems and analytical methods available to researchers, increasingly the literature is able to inform program design. This session helped dual and concurrent partnerships put research into action as they strive toward program improvement, equity goals, and maximum impact. Three of the top researchers in the field shared key findings from their research to inform future program development.


David Troutman
Associate Vice Chancellor for Institutional Research and Advanced Analytics
The University of Texas System
Jason Taylor
Assistant Professor of Higher Education
University of Utah
Senior Research Scholar
Community College Research Center

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