Examining First-Time-in-College Student Enrollment Patterns and Performance in Select Courses Following Developmental Education Redesign in Florida
by Toby J Park, Chenoa S. Woods, David A. Tandberg, Keith Richard, Oguzcan Cig, Shouping Hu & Tamara Bertrand Jones - October 26, 2016
In this research note, we compare enrollment and passing rates of developmental courses and gateway (introductory college-level) courses for entering cohorts of first-time-in-college (FTIC) students before and after a major developmental education reform was implemented in Florida. Overall, we find that more FTIC students are taking and passing gateway courses in the post-reform era than before.
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