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Lecture Notes for HIST 1301 - US History I-DE (Core 060) at Wharton County Junior College (WCJC)

Notes Information

Material Type:Note
Professor:Staff
Class:HIST 1301 - US History I-DE (Core 060)
Subject:History
University:Wharton County Junior College
Term: 2001
Keywords:
  • Particularly
  • Developmental
  • Initiatives
  • Focus Group
  • Frustration
  • Consequences
  • Persistence
  • Demographics
  • Regulations
  • Orientation
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Success is what counts. Achieving the Dream Success is what counts. Success is what counts. Achieving the Dream Achieving the Dream is a national initiative to help more community college students succeed (earn degrees, earn certificates or transfer to other institutions to continue their studies). The initiative is particularly concerned about student groups that have faced the most significant barriers to success, including low-income students and students of color. Success is what counts. Achieving the Dream Priorities Increase the percentage of students achieving academic success (C or better) in developmental education courses. Increase the percentage of students completing developmental education and enrolling in gatekeeper courses. Increase the percentage of students enrolling from one semester to the next. Increase the percentage of students achieving academic success in gatekeeper courses. Increase the percentage of students achieving certifi...

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