Student Success in the Pandemic Era

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Add to Calendar 2020-09-25 00:00:00 2020-09-25 00:00:00 Student Success in the Pandemic Era For more than a decade, the world of higher ed has been focused on student success. Then came the Covid-19 pandemic. What are colleges doing to continue their progress on completion rates, equity, and social mobility? Join us for an interactive discussion on where efforts stand now and how colleges are adapting them to the current reality. We will explore such questions as: How are colleges revamping supports like summer bridge programs and tools like predictive analytics for the pandemic era? What are the most effective ways to engage students at various stages of the college experience virtually?  How can colleges holistically support their most vulnerable students? More information. Virtual Virtual noreply@air.org America/New_York public

For more than a decade, the world of higher ed has been focused on student success. Then came the Covid-19 pandemic. What are colleges doing to continue their progress on completion rates, equity, and social mobility? Join us for an interactive discussion on where efforts stand now and how colleges are adapting them to the current reality. We will explore such questions as:

  • How are colleges revamping supports like summer bridge programs and tools like predictive analytics for the pandemic era?
  • What are the most effective ways to engage students at various stages of the college experience virtually?
  •  How can colleges holistically support their most vulnerable students?

More information.


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