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Effective July 1, 2013. CTE Local Directors’ Meeting. December 4, 2013. Katharine Oliver, Assistant State Superintendent. Lynne Gilli, Program Manager, CTE Instructional Branch. Maryland State Department of Education.
What the Research Tells Us. Michael Hurwitz. Policy Research Scientist. The College Board. March 2016. Postsecondary . Undermatch. Academic . undermatch. occurs when a student’s academic credentials permit him/her access to a college or university that is more selective than the postsecondary alternative he/she actually chooses..
What the Research Tells Us. Jessica Howell . Executive Director, Policy Research. The College Board. January 2016. Postsecondary . Undermatch. Academic . undermatch. occurs when a student’s academic credentials permit him/her access to a college or university that is more selective than the postsecondary alternative he/she actually chooses..
Objectives. Learn about and explore websites for:. Test practice. General Advice. College Rankings and Locators. Financial Aid. Federal and State Sponsored Sites. Caveat. Please understand that Live Oak Public Libraries is not offering professional assistance and advice for test taking, college applications, or financial aid. This class’ sole purpose is to provide websites that assist the student and/ or parent in making informed decisions..
Agenda. 1. Overview of City Colleges of Chicago. Relevance: College . to Careers. Structure: Student GPS. Adult Education Career Bridge Programs. 1. 2. 3. 4. Thursday, April 30, 2015. 1: 30. 1: 30. Arturo Velasquez Institute .
Jennifer Wilson-Kearse. Executive Director, NC Appalachian Collaborative for . Higher Education (NCACHE). Project Director, Appalachian GEAR UP Partnership . email@example.com. . Tracey . Tardiff.
Gear Up Conference . April 2016. Workshop Objectives. Understand the rationale for launching a Selective College Match effort. Learn the criteria used in selecting the most appropriate “college match” college.
Adapting and Adopting the ACE Model at ASUN. What is Student Intrinsic Motivation?. Students behavior is . driven by internal rewards . like the drive to survive their first year, not external rewards like grades..
—Alexander Perez, Lake-Sumter Community College (FL). I am a huge advocate for active learning. Do something to engage the students. Active learning methods and models are limited only by the imagination and creativity of the instructor. I enjoy watching the ".
Mitchell Chang. Jessica . Sharkness. Christopher Newman. Sylvia . Hurtado. Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA. 2010 AERA Annual Meeting. Friday, April 30 – Tuesday, May 4. Denver, Colorado. Background.
College Trivia. How many colleges are there in Minnesota? . 105. What was the first college in MN? . Hamline University was founded in 1854. Where did AVID start? . San Diego, California. What year did AVID start? .
State: . We want to find the probability that the proportion of middle school students who plan to attend a four-year college or university falls between 73% and 87%. . Plan. : . . p(hat)= . 0.80. Because the school district is large, we can assume that there are more than 10(125) = 1250 middle school .
Germanna Community College – Fall 2015. From Access to Success. Germanna and Community Colleges have focused on the Open Door. The under-represented are increasingly well-represented. But for many students & especially the traditionally under-represented, the door is a revolving door or a door that leads nowhere..
Fall 2009. American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment. “…we commit our institutions to taking the following steps in pursuit of climate neutrality.. Initiate the development of a comprehensive plan to achieve climate neutrality as soon as possible. .
Information for Parents and Community Leaders about Arizona’s Common Core Standards. Arizona Public Engagement Task Force. Fall 2012. “You have brains in your head.. You have feet in your shoes..
Strategies for Helping First-Generation Students Succeed in the Classroom East Tennessee State University Dr. Michelle Hurley & Ms. Meagan Stark Center for Teaching Excellence Overview of Presentation