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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December 2014  

The November/December issue of Perspectives by the RP Group features an article by Leslie Henson and Katie Hern about what happened when Butte College changed its placement policy to more than double the number of incoming students who qualify for college English. The short answer: completion of college English increased substantially and equity gaps narrowed...


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September 2014  

The California Acceleration Project is the subject of a chapter in the just-released edition of New Directions in Community Colleges: Applying the Col...

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August 2014  

The California Acceleration Project (CAP) has received a two-year $400,000 grant to create a blueprint for transforming placement and remediation in California. The goal of this blueprint will be to streamline the transition to community college and increase the proportion of students who complete college-level math and English in their first year, a critical early...


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