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PANEL 1

Background Data and General Effects

Presentation: "Developmental Education Outcomes" (Thomas Bailey)

Presentation: "Does Remediation Work for All Students? How the Effects of Postsecondary Remedial and Developmental Courses Vary by Level of Academic Preparation" (Bridget Terry Long and Angela Boatman)

Presentation: "The Role of State Policy in Improving Outcomes" (Michael Collins)

PANEL 2

Assessment and Placement

Presentation: "Assessing Developmental Assessment in Community Colleges: A Review of the Literature" (Katherine Hughes and Judith Scott-Clayton)

Presentation: "Best Practices in Setting Cut-Scores in Postsecondary Education" (Deanna Morgan)

Presentation: "One-Shot Deal: Students’ Perceptions of Assessment and Course Placement at the California Community Colleges" (Andrea Venezia, Kathy Bracco and Thad Nodine)

Presentation: "Replacing Remediation with Readiness" (David Conley)

PANEL 3

Developmental Education Models

Presentation: "Building Foundations for Student Readiness: A Review of Rigorous Research and Promising Trends in Developmental Education" (Elizabeth Zachry and Emily Schneider)

Presentation: "Developmental Summer Bridge Programs: Implementation and Early Evidence From A Random Assignment Study " (Heather Wathington)

Presentation: "Learning Communities for Students in Developmental Education: Early Impact Findings from Three Colleges" (Mary Visher)

Presentation: "Video-based Supplemental Instruction" (Glen Jacobs and Kim Wilcox)

Presentation: "Washington State's Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training (I-BEST)" (Davis Jenkins)

PANEL 4

Pedagogy and Classroom Strategies

Presentation: "Pedagogy and Classroom Strategies: Overview" (Nikki Edgecombe)

Presentation: "The Quandaries of Basic Skills: Views from the Classroom" (Norton Grubb)

Presentation:"Improving Developmental Mathematics Education in Community Colleges: A Prospectus and Early Status Report on the Statway Initiative" (Uri Treisman and Jenna Cullinane)

Presentation: "Contextualized Reading-Writing Intervention Study" (Dolores Perin)

Breakout Session: BC3: Contextualized Reading-Writing Intervention Study (Negar Farakish and Dolores Perin)

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Securing the Future of New York's Children

New York State has made significant strides over the past year in expanding access to high-quality full-day pre-kindergarten across the state. Campaign for Educational Equity (CEE) and the Center for Children's Initiatives (CCI) have collaborated once again to reflect on these changes in "Securing the Future of New York's Children," an update of their 2013 "Making Pre-Kindergarten Truly Universal."

With this important momentum and committed leaders, the state is now in a position to make prekindergarten truly universal. But to do so, several aspects of the existing legislation must be modified, and the funding system must be stabilized at an adequate level.

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CEE Signs Coalition Letter to NYC Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Fariña Calling for Moratorium on Co-locations

On November 13, 2014, the Campaign for Educational Equity joined dozens of organizations and education leaders in sending a letter to NYC Mayor de Blasio and NYC Schools Chancellor Fariña calling for a moratorium on co-locating schools until the city has remedied related violations of students' educational rights.

Download the full letter here: Letter to Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Fariña Calling for Moratorium on Co-Locations.

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CEE Signs Coalition Letter to NYC Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Fariña Calling for Moratorium on Co-locations

On November 13, 2014, the Campaign for Educational Equity joined dozens of organizations and education leaders in sending a letter to NYC Mayor de Blasio and NYC Schools Chancellor Fariña calling for a moratorium on co-locating schools until the city has remedied related violations of students' educational rights.

Download the full letter here: Letter to Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Fariña Calling for Moratorium on Co-Locations.