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LINKS 9 kickoff was held on February 21, 2014, at Cerritos College. Participants walked away with an understanding of how learning happens in academic support services: library, peer assisted learning programs (i.e. tutoring, writing center and learning centers) and noncredit programs that reinforce credit classroom learning. The day was enriched by having attendees create an effective […]
On August 31, 2012 the Los Angeles Regional Network (LARN) and Foothills Inland Empire Regional Network (FIER) participated together for the review of the 2011-12 ESL/ BSI Allocation End-of-Year Reporting Workshop at Los Angeles Community College District. This event had members from these regions learn about the changes of this year’s form, which are: understand […]
In an effort to help educate the larger community and expand on the impact the proposed title 5 policy changes will have on historically under-represented and academically underprepared students, the Los Amigos of Orange County would like to invite you and your leadership team to attend a special Public Hearing called “Access and Equity in […]
On Friday, February 26, Dr. Eun-Woo Chang of the National Science Foundation (NSF) came to Los Angeles to offer support to community colleges as they write grant proposals for submission to the NSF. Dr. Chang explained the various kinds of programs supported by the NSF and provided exercises to guide the more than 70 faculty […]
Dr. Eun Woo Chang will visit the LA Region on February 26 to share information on the various grant funding opportunities available through the NSF. Click here for the flyer with all the details, including a registration link.
The LACCD developmental mathematics faculty inquiry group (FIG) has been collaborating for about a year to identify areas in math learning where students seem to have difficulty. Pairs of math professors from five of the LACCD colleges and one member from Santa Ana College have been working with their respective departments to identify problems and develop […]