Community college puente a validating model of education
Title: Validation and Student Success 1Validation and Student Success Laura I.Rendón, Professor Co-Director, Center for Education Research and Policy Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, UT San Antonio TG Webinar March 2012 2How I Enter This Work To Know The Theory is to Know the Theorist 30Students in the Puente Project at El Camino College, CA 31Daniela 32Issis 33Vanessa 34VALIDATION THEORY ROLE OF ADVISERS TG Webinar March 2012 35Validating Underserved Students Best Practices for Advisers Power is a leading presentation/slideshow sharing website.
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Links are also provided to MESA videos and associated MESA resources. learning culture of success, with a language of success, which is critical for our students, who are typically first generation college students and lack the social and cultural capital that is necessary for success in college.
The City College MESA Program was established in Fall 2000, and it implements the comprehensive components of the successful statewide MESA model for academic support in math, engineering and science. More than a program or community, MESA is family, with shared cultural beliefs, practices, and behaviors designed for student success.
Of those students, 29 percent were minority students.