AIR is working with five open- and broad-access institutions across Texas to conduct a randomized controlled trial that assigns students to either corequisites or traditional developmental education courses and then compares 3-year outcomes in terms of course success, persistence, and degree completion. The goal of the study is to better understand the impact and implementation of corequisite courses in Texas community colleges.
This article examines the impact of corequisite remediation on students underprepared in reading and writing and whether corequisites have differential impacts on students with different characteristics.
This presentation describes early impact and implementation findings from a randomized controlled trial of writing/reading corequisites in five Texas community colleges.
This report describes the results from a statewide study of the implementation of corequisite courses in Texas community colleges.