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  • Shifting Gears & Making Connections: CBD & Beyond Financial Aid

    Greetings, fellow travelers –

    So I counted this morning, and this is the 20th blog post I’ve written for the CBD blog series (a lot of down time in the summer, apparently, to do such counting).  Time flies, and we’ve covered a lot of fascinating ground.  We had a great run through the 10 most commonly asked questions about guided pathways reform the last 6 months, and I want to turn back to the CBD colleges for some...

  • Questions About Guided Pathways VI – The Final (?) Chapter…

    At long last, as those in the Northeast finally emerge from a long, tough winter and virtually no spring, we end a journey we started back in January as we started exploring the questions that I and the other national assistance providers on Completion by Design hear most commonly in our travels around the country.  It’s been quite a ride as we moved through these, and I’ve been integrating the questions and the responses I’ve provided in this series into presentations and workshops around...

  • Emerging Lessons from Statewide Developmental Education Reform

    A large number of states are on the verge of, or have already begun, comprehensive reforms to developmental education at their community colleges.  For the past three years, CCRC has been studying developmental education reforms in two states that have been at the forefront of such efforts: Virginia and North Carolina. Findings are now beginning to emerge that can help states think through potential benefits and challenges of statewide developmental education reform.

    Like in many...

  • A Storyteller’s Journey

    From time to time, CBD will be using STORYTELLING as a vehicle by which to share some of the valuable CBD lessons.  Here is our inaugural posting on the topic.

    The phrase “storytelling” is often prefaced by the sentence, “the art of…” If we consider storytelling in this context, then we must also liken it to any of the various other artistries that exist in the universe.  For something to exist as an “art,” there must be individual elements specific to the art that contribute to it...

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  • Questions About Guided Pathways V – I Plead the Fifth…

    This is part 4 of a series on Guided Pathways by Rob Johnstone.

    Happy belated Cinco de Mayo for those whom it’s an important holiday - including 40-50% of my fellow Californians who will be entering higher education in 2020, which is an interesting topic to explore at a later date!  I also think it’s fitting that I’m writing this fifth blog post in the Guided Pathways Questions series on May 5th (5/5).  I should head to Vegas and bet a lot of money on “5” in roulette.  Not that I would do...

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