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Strengthening Student Success: What Matters Most

Monday, May 7, 2012


Colleges and universities across the country are focusing efforts on improving student learning, persistence, and college completion. In a time of severe budget constraints, there is clear interest in learning about where institutions can focus energy and resources to gain the best possible results for students. This session will focus on a set of principles, drawn from research and college experience, about what educational practices matter most in promoting student success.

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