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THE KEYNOTE. NCPR Director Thomas Bailey provides welcoming remarks; Teachers College President Susan Fuhrman introduces the speaker; Martha Kanter, Under Secretary, U.S. Department of Education gives the keynote address. (39 min.) Please be patient as downloading may take a moment. If the video does not appear, it may be due to security settings in your browser. Please adjust, or go to: http://blip.tv/file/4181165 to view the video.

 

 

PANEL 1: Overview of the Problem of Developmental Education
Presentations in this panel: "Developmental Education Outcomes" (Thomas Bailey); "Does Remediation Work for All Students? How the Effects of Postsecondary Remedial and Developmental Courses Vary by Level of Academic Preparation" (Bridget Terry Long and Angela Boatman); "The Role of State Policy in Improving Outcomes in Developmental Education" (Michael Collins). (44 min.) Please be patient as downloading may take a moment. If the video does not appear, it may be due to security settings in your browser. Please adjust, or go to: http://blip.tv/file/4211451 to view the video.

 

PANEL 2: Assessment and Placement
Presentations in this panel: "Assessing Developmental Assessment in Community Colleges: A Review of the Literature" (Katherine Hughes and Judith Scott-Clayton); "Best Practices in Setting Cut-Scores in Postsecondary Education" (Deanna Morgan); "One-Shot Deal: Students’ Perceptions of Assessment and Course Placement at the California Community Colleges " (Andrea Venezia, Kathy Bracco and Thad Nodine); "Replacing Remediation with Readiness" (David Conley). (72.5 min) Please be patient as downloading may take a moment. If the video does not appear, it may be due to security settings in your browser. Please adjust, or go to: http://blip.tv/file/4211469 to view the video.

 

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