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2007 2008 abe esl to credit intervention

2007-2008 ABE/ESL-to-Credit Intervention

The Primary outcome of interest for this intervention was to compare the proportion of students in Bridge classes (ESL classes with a specific career/skill focus) who earned college-level credits compared to students in traditional ESL classes over a one-year period.

The Groups

The Intervention group (blue) was based on:

Enrollment in Bridge classes in fall 2007.

Had no college-level credits to date.

Willingness to receive advising.

Were an ESL level 4 or 5 student.

The Comparison Group (red) was created from:

Students who enrolled in only traditional ESL level 4 or 5 classes.

Who had no college-level credits to date.

And who did not receive advising.

  • Findings

  • Findings suggest that the Intervention group were more likely to enroll in college-level courses than the comparison group.

  • The intervention group was less likely to include Hispanic / Latino students despite their prevalence among ESL students.

  • Of the 23 students in the fall 2007 intervention group, 21.7% enrolled in college-level classes. Only 2.6% in the comparison group enrolled in college-level classes.


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