Initial data on student outcomes for Fall 2019 indicate continued success for Corequisite Learning Support in Georgia, and offer indicators of what works, and what doesn't work, in Learning Support. This online session with Dr. Tristan Denley, Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Chief Academic Officer for the University System of Georgia provides an overview of the long-term trend and most recent data on student outcomes for the Corequisite Learning Support.
Georgia went to scale with learning support for all students in Fall 2018. At the time, there was some concern that as students who were previously served in prerequisite Foundations courses enrolled in collegiate courses with Learning Support, overall success rates would flag. For the 2018 cohort, this was not the case, with students performing slightly better in terms of success in the gateway course.,
Reviewing similar data available for the Fall 2019 cohort, Dr. Denley highlights further structural advantages and opportunities to help students succeed and lead a discussion of the areas of practice that still need investigation.
View a recording of the webinar here.
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