2010 Promising Practices: Systematic Institutional Improvement

The college establishes planning processes that rely on data to set goals for student success and then uses the data to measure goal attainment. The college regularly evaluates its academic programs and services to determine how well they promote student success and how they can be improved. Decisions about budget allocations are based on evidence of program effectiveness and are linked to plans to increase student success. Faculty and staff are afforded professional development opportunities that reinforce efforts that help to close achievement gaps and improve overall student success.

Promising Practices in Systemic Institutional Improvement include: Mountain Empire Community College’s Cooperative Learning Professional Development for Faculty and Valencia Community College's Expansion of Supplemental Learning.

This report is part of our 2010 Promising Practices (full report).

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