October 2015  

Community colleges offering redesigned statistics pathways no longer need to worry about jeopardizing their transfer articulation with the University of California and California State University systems. Under prior policies, both UC and CSU required a pre-requisite of intermediate algebra for statistics courses, but both systems have released policy updates that clear…


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October 2015  

The California Acceleration Project was featured at the U.S. Education Learning Forum organized by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The event included keynote addresses by both Bill and Melinda Gates and a conversation moderated by PBS NewsHour correspondent Gwen Ifill. CAP Co-Founder Katie Hern spoke on the panel “Building…


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September 2015  

In a retreat at Folsom Lake College, the Board of Governors for the California Community Colleges received a report from the state Chancellor’s Office on the progress made under the state’s Basic Skills Initiative and plans for the new $60 Million allocated by the legislature for the Basic Skills Outcomes Transformation…


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April 2015  

CAP faculty members Leslie Henson, Katie Hern, and Myra Snell were recognized with an Excellence in College Research Award for their collaboration on the article “Let Them In: Increasing Access, Completion, and Equity in College English.” Originally published in the November 2014 issue of the publication Perspectives, the article analyzes...


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March 2015  

The Association of California Community College Administrators (ACCCA) has awarded CAP and 3CSN the 2015 Mertes Award for Excellence in College Research, in recognition of their work supporting colleges to offer redesigned, accelerated curricula for under-prepared students. In announcing the award, ACCCA Executive Director Susan Bray wrote, “The Board based its...


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