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The Evolution of Pathways: What We’ve Learned and Where We Are Focusing for the Future

Date and Time: February 21, 2019 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
Location: Long Beach, CA
Venue: Long Beach Convention Center | Seaside 1

More than 350 colleges nationwide are using the pathways framework to redesign academic and support services to improve student and institutional outcomes. Many colleges have been at this work for several years, iterating and improving the comprehensive, integrated systems, structures, and policies that enable all students to succeed. Members of the Pathways Collaborative—a group of organizations committed to improving rates of college completion, transfer, and attainment of jobs with value in the labor market—shared key outcomes, metrics, and insights about productive pathways implementation across of range of institutions and states. They also identified the ongoing challenges and opportunities for higher educational institutions looking to redesign the student experience more effectively and equitably.

Participants

Linda Garcia
Assistant Director of College Relations
Center for Community College Student Engagement
Susan Mayer
Chief Learning Officer
Achieving the Dream
Stacey Clawson
Senior Director
Student Success Center Network
Martha Ellis
Director, Higher Education Strategy, Policy, and Services
Charles A. Dana Center
Dhanfu Elston
Vice President, Alliance State Relations
Complete College America
Senior Research Scholar
Community College Research Center
Karon Klipple
Managing Director, Community College Pathways
Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
Josh Wyner
Vice President
The Aspen Institute

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