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Community colleges meet to review data regarding student performance

Posted: Thursday, Mar 28th, 2013

During the Gallery Walk session, Greg Holmes, left, Kathy Wimer and Chris Spaulding, along with 32 other staff and faculty from Tillamook Bay and Oregon Coast community colleges, examined student success data from their institution. The ability of college to identify barriers to graduation and to heighten student persistence in college and to increase graduation rates is a key focus of Oregon Coast Community College. (Courtesy photo)

Going to college with the intentions of earning a degree, but not fulfilling that goal while others do, can leave that student with a life-long feeling of disappointment, shared an Oregon Coast Community College staff member during a joint meeting between Tillamook Bay Community College (TBCC) and Oregon Coast Community College (OCCC). The two coastal community colleges met at the Lincoln City Cultural Center for a daylong review of student performance data about their colleges.

For the complete article see the 03-29-2013 issue.

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