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We have a Middle College at our university. I am including the link to their website. http://www.cmcss.net/Schools/schoolwebsites/frontpage.asp?locid=335


Martin Golson
Instructional Specialist
Austin Peay State University

(931) 221-6553



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From: Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Colleen Lynch
Sent: Monday, March 15, 2010 2:51 PM
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Subject: Developmental Courses as part of an Early College High School?

An early college high school is starting up on our campus next fall.
Their proposal is to place high school students who do not test into
college classes in our developmental studies math, reading, and writing
courses, and to address any high school benchmarks that are not
addressed in our DS classes by  tutoring  the high school students in
their "homeroom" classes and by using online learning. 

 

If you have an early college high school on your campus, how do they
provide high school level instruction? Do high school students attend
developmental classes? What has worked and not worked at early college
high schools on your campuses? 

 

Please share your experiences.  Thanks!

 

Colleen Lynch

DS Math Coordinator 

Santa Fe Community College, NM

 

 


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