Student Retention: What Do You Do When “Life Happens”
When adult educators get together and discuss their concerns, student retention is always mentioned as a major issue. This should
Only 6 Months Left to Avoid GED Reset!
Do you have students who have passed portions of the GED test, but not all? Or, have some taken the entire test,
Using Learning Outcomes for Teacher Performance and Development
Student learning gains, as measured by scores on pretests and post tests, are increasingly being used to evaluate educator performance.
4 Reasons Why You Should Be Testing Incoming Students for Admissions and Placement
Prior to admitting a student into your educational program, there are many questions that can only be answered by assessments.
The Cost of Student Disengagement
It is alarming that disengaged students represent approximately 18% of postsecondary students. Simply put, disengaged students are less motivated to improve
How to Identify and Prevent Dropping Out of School
Early identification of risk factors that could cause a student to dropout of school can make a major difference in that
New graduates, will you meet your first employer’s needs?
Producing students who are properly prepared for the workforce is not only beneficial to the student, it is also representative