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From: Marie Cora (
Date: Wed May 18 2005 - 11:19:10 EDT

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Hello everyone,
I wanted to alert you to an interesting discussion regarding levels of
success of students in programs, as well as overall program success.
The conversation began last week, with a question concerning what people
felt might be reasonable expectations of success for a program.  The
conversation has been extremely interesting, and has touched on elements
of student retention, students who are not reaching their potential,
creating environments that are better suited to clientele/participants,
connections with learning gains in the GED, and more.
I really can't forward the postings here because there are many and some
are lengthy.  I encourage you to see the NLA archives, or join the NLA
Listserv and participate/read the discussion.  
Please visit:
to sign on to the NLA Listserv or view the archives.  Look for the topic
"Success" thresholds     in the subject line to follow this discussion.
marie cora
Moderator, NIFL Assessment Discussion List, and Coordinator/Developer 
LINCS Assessment Special Collection at

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