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Invitational Summit on Remedial Reform

On April 12, 2012, consistent with the Complete College America and Compete to Complete national initiatives, the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education facilitated a systemwide Invitational Summit on Remedial Reform contributing to national- and state-level efforts to address the educational pipeline challenges. The summit consisted of concurrent sessions in which public colleges and universities engaged in reviews of existing remedial education programs in effort to identify remedial reform best practices that promote more timely completion and improvements to learning outcomes.

Below are presentations from the Invitational Summit on Remedial Reform.

Keynote Speaker Presentations
Dr. Bruce Vandal – Principles of Reform (PPT, 276k)
Louisa Erickson – I-BEST Basic Skills and Beyond (PPT, 2.3m)
Dr. Houston Davis – Oklahoma's Completion Agenda (PPT, 2.9m)

Concurrent Session Presentations
Dr. John McArthur and Dr. Karla Oty – Cameron University (PPT, 276k)
Dr. Tamara Carter – Oklahoma City Community College (PPT, 2.7m)
Dr. Jeremy Penn – Oklahoma State University (PPT, 276k)
Lori Morrow, Diana Krob and Chris Knox – Rose State College (PPT, 3.7m)
Dr. Sheila Brintnall and Dena Walker – Northwestern Oklahoma State University (PDF, 426k)
Luke Foster – Northeastern State University (PPT, 1.1m)
Shari Clevenger and Kendra Haggard – Northeastern State University (PPT, 108k)
Dr. Brenda Tuberville – Rogers State University (PPT, 569k)

Other Resources
Agenda, Increasing Student Success in Developmental and College-Level Math, The National Center for Academic Transformation (external PDF)
Getting Past Go (external link)