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Student Success in the Community College

What Really Works?

December 15, 2020 | Trade Paperback
ISBN: 9781475856323
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Description

For much of the twentieth century, the definition of success for most community colleges revolved around student retention and graduation. This definition no longer works--if it ever did. In Student Success in the Community College: What Really Works? respected community college leaders, researchers, and innovators argue that student success is about redesigning community colleges in a manner that is consistent with each college's mission, goals, student population, and resources. Concluding that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to increasing student success, chapter authors analyze national, state, and regional efforts to increase student success; identify principles institutions can use to frame student success initiatives; and outline specific actions community colleges can take to increase student--and institutional--success. Student Success in the Community College: What Really Works? also provides concrete examples of effective student success initiatives in a variety of community college settings.

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About this Author

Terry U. O'Banion served as President of the League for Innovation in the Community College for 23 years, he was widely regarded as an idea champion who helped set the agenda for higher education in the 20th century. He has written 18 books and over 225 articles on community colleges, consulted in over 1,000 community colleges, and had five national awards established in his name Maggie Culp is the recipient of numerous awards for excellence and innovation in student affairs, she has served as a faculty member, mid-level administrator, and senior student affairs officer at community colleges in Virginia, Florida, and Texas. The co-editor of five books and dozens of book chapters and journal articles, she now assists colleges and universities to design and implement innovative student success models and effective cultures of evidence.

ISBN: 9781475856323
Format: Trade Paperback
Pages: 218
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Published: 2020-12-15

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