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Student Support Coursework Impacting Student Success in Developmental Math. Suzonne H. Crockett Lamar State College - Orange Maureen L. Selman Leander ISD Susan Troncoso Skidmore, Ph. D. Sam Houston State University . National Association for Developmental Education Dallas, TX
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Suzonne H. Crockett
Lamar State College - Orange
Maureen L. Selman
Susan Troncoso Skidmore, Ph. D.
Sam Houston State University
National Association for Developmental Education
March 7, 2014
a. to provide academic transfer and associate degree programs to prepare students for senior colleges and universities;
b. to provide technical certificate and associate degree programs to prepare students for employment;
c. to provide developmental programs for students not ready for college-level work;
d. to provide continuing education and customized training programs for those pursuing areas of personal interest or upgrading employment skills; and
e. to provide community service activities that promote economic development and cultural awareness.
Note: N = 117.
Did not take course: rage.grade= .088, p = .246; Took course: rage.grade= -.140, p = .095
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