Becoming a Student-Ready College: A New Culture of Leadership for Student Success, 2nd Ed.
To ask whether students are “college-ready” is to concentrate on factors beyond the control of higher education. With this publication, the authors flip the question to provide a new perspective on creating institutional value and facilitating student success. Rather than focusing on student preparedness (or lack thereof), the authors focus on what colleges and universities can do to prepare for their entering students. What must change in an institution’s policies, practices, and culture in order to be truly student-ready?
Becoming a Student-Ready College by Tia Brown McNair, Susan Albertine, Nicole McDonald, and Thomas Major, Jr, and Michelle Asha Cooper explores leaders’ shared responsibilities in advancing student success and provides practical recommendations for educators at all levels.
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