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Does Absenteeism Really Matter?

At Bronx Community College (BCC), faculty are required to include the following statement on their course syllabi: Class participation is a significant component of the learning process and plays an important role in determining overall student grades. Attendance, one may argue, is a key component to participation (online courses notwithstanding). It is logical to assume […]

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Conducting Comprehensive Assessment Within Community Colleges: Administrative, Educational, and Student Support (AES) Assessment with the Shults Dorimé‐Williams Taxonomy

Evolving external demands, which include requirements that colleges and universities examine their administrative, educational, and student support (AES) units, reflect fundamental changes within the primary regulatory bodies responsible for higher education accountability—regional accreditors. There are seven […]

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