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2013 Event: October 29 at Clover Park Technical College

Colleges were invited to send a team to discuss strategies and lessons learned that lead to student success and through student achievement momentum points.

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Keynote Presentation: Davis Jenkins, Community College Research Center
Starting with the End in Mind: Building Guided Pathways to Student Success powerpoint

Concurrent Sessions:

Increasing Student Success: Using Data to Support Best Practices powerpoint
Terry Kinzel, Big Bend Community College

STATWAY: Our First Two Years powerpoint
Jerry Wright and Paul Verschueren, Seattle Central College

Your Goals are Within Reach! Assessment Data Analysis pdf
Nicki Bly, Highline Community College

Emporium Math and the Flipped Classroom powerpoint
Tyler Wallace, Big Bend Community College

Broadening the Pipeline: Comprehensive Math Reform that Increased Completion Without Limiting Options powerpoint
Erik Scott, Highline Community College

Scaffolds to Success: TRiO Learning Communities for Underprepared Students powerpoint
Kerrie Abb, Marc Coomer, Wilma Dulin, Gordon Koestler, Yakima Valley

2012 Event: October 30th, Clover Park Technical College

What can colleges and the community and technical college system do to increase the number of special population students that successfully reach the tipping point and beyond?

Keynote: "Best Practices in College Transition, Persistence, and Success"pdf

2011 Event: November 2, 2011, Clover Park Technical College

What can colleges and and the community and technical college system do to increase the number of pre-college students that successfully transition through courses and programs to reach the tipping point and beyond?

Summary and Next Steps pdf

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