Showcasing community colleges that are transforming placement and remediation in English/reading, math, and ESL

With AB705, the landscape for remediation is changing in California. And new approaches are producing dramatic gains in student completion of transfer-level English and math for all racial and ethnic groups. This conference is the place where community colleges can learn from peers who are already implementing powerful reforms to placement and remediation.

Pre-conference workshops:

  • Full-day sessions on responding to AB705 for math and English faculty
  • 1/2 day sessions highlighting accelerated ESL programs

Plenary speakers include:

  • Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin, champion of AB705 and the Basic Skills and Student Outcomes Transformation Program
  • Dr. J. Luke Wood, Professor of Education at San Diego State University and facilitator of the nationally broadcast course “Black Minds Matter”

Conference Program

March 8-10, 2018
Sheraton Grand Hotel, Sacramento

Pre-conference workshops—Thursday, March 8

Main Conference—Friday and Saturday, March 9-10

Early bird registration closes January 31st
Main conference: $200
Pre-conference workshops: $100 full-day, $50 half-day
Prices go up February 1st