Instructors are redoubling efforts to meet learners where they are, streamlining paths to further education and boosting employment prospects.
Postsecondary institutions, like Gateway Community and Technical College in Kentucky, have discovered the power of low-stakes placement practices that help students address their unique math and English knowledge gaps and gain the confidence they need to be successful in college and career.
Join us for a conversation with Peg Russell, Regional Director of Adult Education and Student Testing, about how EdReady supports a placement practice that centers student agency and learning and prepares students for success in credit-bearing coursework and beyond.
PRESENTER, Regional Director of Adult Education and Student Testing, Gateway Community and Technical College (KY)
Peg has been in Kentucky adult education for 28 years, 23 of which she has served as the Regional Director responsible for a five-county service area. Additionally, she has coordinated student placement testing at Gateway Community and Technical College for 23 years. She holds a Master's Degree in Personnel Training, Education, and Development, and she is ABD (All But Dissertation) in a Doctoral Program in Higher Education Leadership.