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Report Finds Guided Pathways Adoption Slow

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

One of the most popular attempts to give this shapeless river some form has been a set of shifts for schools called Guided Pathways. First presented in a 2015 book by scholars at Columbia University’s Community College Research Center (CCRC), Guided Pathways is designed to get students on clear tracks by giving them structure.

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Lessons Learned from Student Success Redesign

Civitas Learning

Dr. Kelly is the Vice President of Academic Affairs at SUNY Broome, and with the collaboration of faculty and staff, the institution is now implementing guided pathways and transitioning to a caseload-based academic advising model. Penny Kelly explains that they’ve taken some new approaches to how they use data and technology.

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Fill Graduation Gaps, Transform Higher Ed

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Common recommendations included improved advising services, guided pathways for students, and proactive, targeted financial aid and completion grants. We are driving the full implementation of these recommendations with speed because the board and our institutions know that incremental effort hasn’t worked.

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How will we measure student success in the 2020s?

EAB

Metrics: Graduation rates Degree output Time to degree Excess credits By the mid-2010s, the Completion Agenda had given rise to the Guided Pathways movement. As the name implies, Guided Pathways endeavors to guide students on structured pathways matched their individual education goals.

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Attack of the “Math Shark”: Why Unfinished Learning Is a Lurking Threat to Student Success in the Late 2020s

EAB

Fortunately, one of the great advances of the Guided Pathways movement has been the conclusive research done on the negative impact of college algebra courses and the advancement of a far more effective alternative. Build out co-curricular supplemental instruction to support increased demand for developmental education.

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Attack of the “Math Shark”: Why Unfinished Learning Is a Lurking Threat to Student Success in the Late 2020s

EAB

Fortunately, one of the great advances of the Guided Pathways movement has been the conclusive research done on the negative impact of college algebra courses and the advancement of a far more effective alternative. Build out co-curricular supplemental instruction to support increased demand for developmental education.

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New Student Engagement Data Reveals Surprises

EAB

And we've done many publications on that, like student basic needs, COVID, the working learner guided pathways mindset. DG: And according to AACC, I think nearly, or maybe we're about over 400 colleges now pursuing this national framework called Guided Pathways. But Guided Pathways just doesn't happen overnight.