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The National Center for Developmental Education (NCDE) provides instruction, training programs, research, and other services consistent with the purpose of developmental education and the missions of Appalachian State University and the Reich College of Education. These services are provided to a national audience of professionals dedicated to serving underprepared and disadvantaged college students.

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Developmental Education

"Developmental education is the integration of academic courses and support services guided by the principles of adult learning and development."   (Boylan, 1999)

The field of developmental education supports the academic and personal growth of underprepared college students through instruction, counseling, advising, and tutoring. The clients of developmental education programs are traditional and nontraditional students who have been assessed as needing to develop their skills in order to be successful in college.

 

>>>WHAT's NEW!

2018 Kellogg Institute $2500 CENGAGE scholarship for English Adjuncts available.  Contact Wes Anthony at anthonysw@appstate.edu  828-262-2805. 

Journal of Developmental Education Vol 41, Issue 1 released! Click HERE for Table of Contents.

2018 NADE Presentation by ARENDALE, BOYLAN, SAXON AND STAHL.  See 'NEWS' - "Flawed Research and Self-Fulfilling Prophecy" 

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PRESENTED AT NADE 2018 This paper was presented to attendees at the NADE (National Assn. of Developmental Education) Conference on March 22, 2018.  To view this powerpoint presentation, click the following title:  'Flawed Research &...
The National Alliance of Community and Technical Colleges (NACTC) has established the Robert H. McCabe Scholarship for Outstanding Graduate Research in Developmental Education to recognize research that assists colleges in developing effective...
We are pleased to announce the scholarship winners for the 2018 Kellogg Institute ,who will receive the following awards: - The winner of the 2018 McGraw-Hill Developmental English Scholarship is Kimberly DeHainaut of Pennsylvania ...
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