This simple, one-page resource outlines transfer-level alternatives to Intermediate Algebra for associate degree and career education students, along with B-STEM-directed students who have not passed Algebra 2.
This resource provides a one-page, simple checklist California community colleges can use to further increase student completion and equity under AB 705.
The fifth issue of the California Acceleration Project's newsletter includes:
Report by the California Acceleration Project and Public Advocates examines the second year of implementation of Assembly Bill 705, landmark legislation overhauling English and math remediation across California's 116 community colleges. The report highlights the huge promise of the legislation but notes that many students are left out of the reforms, especially Black and Latinx students.
This webinar features researchers from the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) and the Multiple Measures Assessment Project (MMAP) co-presenting on the landscape of English as a Second Language (ESL) programs in the California Community College system, with a focus on the variations in ESL pathways statewide and an exploration of pathways that help maximize throughput for different ESL student groups.
Statewide analysis of community college course schedules to assess the extent to which colleges are meeting the AB 705 standard of maximizing student completion of transferable English and math requirements.
A set of resources to support colleges to implement AB 705 in ways that produce the greatest gains in student completion and equity.
The first issue of CAP's newsletter features early results and student profiles from California community colleges that are ahead of schedule in implementing AB 705 reforms.