WWC review of this study

Accelerating the integrated instruction of developmental reading and writing at Chabot College.

Edgecombe, N., Smith Jaggars, S., Xu, D., & Barragan, M. (2014, May). New York, NY: Community College Research Center, Teachers College, Columbia University. Retrieved from http://ccrc.tc.columbia.edu/publications/accelerating-integrated-instruction-at-chabot.html. Retrieved from: https://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED618298

  • Quasi-Experimental Design
     examining 
    5,396
     Students
    , grade
    PS

Reviewed: November 2016

Does not meet WWC standards


Evidence Tier rating based solely on this study. This intervention may achieve a higher tier when combined with the full body of evidence.

Study sample characteristics were not reported.

Reviewed: December 2014

At least one finding shows promising evidence of effectiveness
At least one statistically significant positive finding
Meets WWC standards with reservations
Credit accumulation and persistence outcomes—Statistically significant positive effects found
Outcome
measure
Comparison Period Sample Intervention
mean
Comparison
mean
Significant? Improvement
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Evidence
tier

College level credits earned after 1 year

Accelerated English Instruction vs. Business as usual

1 year post intervention

Full sample;
5,396 students

13.79

9.85

Yes

 
 
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More Outcomes

College-level credits earned after 3 years

Accelerated English Instruction vs. Business as usual

3 years post intervention

Full sample;
3,705 students

30.03

23.83

Yes

 
 
10
 


Evidence Tier rating based solely on this study. This intervention may achieve a higher tier when combined with the full body of evidence.

Characteristics of study sample as reported by study author.


  • Female: 53%
    Male: 47%

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  • Race
    Asian
    32%
    Black
    16%
    Other or unknown
    9%
    White
    15%
  • Ethnicity
    Hispanic    
    29%
    Not Hispanic or Latino    
    71%
 

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