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may have. Instructors meet with CND staff to solicit feedback regarding student success
issues and/or classroom management concerns.
Center for New Directions – Assessment (4A)
The Center for New Directions (CND) meets with students and instructors alike in both
formal and informal venues in order to develop specific tactics to address pertinent issues
facing students. Instructors meet with CND staff to solicit feedback regarding student
success issues and/or classroom management concerns.
Center for New Directions – Improvement (4B)
The CND collates student retention data at the section/class level every semester. This data
is forwarded to the Vice President of Instruction and Student Services and to all Division
Managers. In the future, the CND will track the following measures:
Total number of students seen per semester
Of the students seen each semester, the number who successfully completed a
semester and enrolled for the following semester
Of the total number of students seen each semester, the number who completed
their program that semester.
Additionally the CND reviews the outcomes of all clients who meet with counselors
throughout the school year.
Prior to the beginning of each semester the CND reviews all tactics, efforts, and programs
implemented during the previous semester. A CND staff member sits on the board of the
Bonneville Interagency Council. Here they solicit feedback from fellow members regarding
opportunities to fill gaps in community services with regards to entry to education. The
CND operates an “open door” policy with regards to exploring and piloting student success
initiatives.
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