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THE OPEN COURSE LIBRARY: USING OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES TO IMPROVE COMMUNITY COLLEGE ACCESS
Community colleges are committed to meeting the educational needs of the communities they serve and they have increased access to higher education by offering new and innovative services to students often unable to attend ...
Lost in Translation: An Anatomy of American Minority Schooling
This autoethnography utilizes Critical Race Theory to examine one Mexican-American's experiences as a socioeconomically disadvantaged student in the American k-12 system and later as a middle-class, minority instructor in ...
Shared Governance in the Community College: An Analysis of Formal Authority in Collective Bargaining Agreements
This qualitative study examines shared governance in Washington State's community and technical colleges and provides an analysis of faculty participation in governance based on formal authority in collective bargaining ...
DEVELOPMENTAL ADVISING FOR MARGINALIZED COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENTS: AN ACTION RESEARCH STUDY
The purpose of this action research study was to understand, evaluate, and improve the developmental advising practices used at a Washington State community college. This action research study endeavored to strengthen the ...