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Developmental Education Accountability Measures

The overarching goal for developmental education is to help students so they may become college ready, meaning to enroll in credit-bearing courses and successfully complete a certificate and/or degree. Developmental courses, also known as remedial education, provide the foundation of basic skills in math, reading, and writing for students who enter higher education with a deficit in one, two, or all three areas.

These reports focus primarily on success of students who successfully complete a college-level course in math, reading and writing, as well as fall-to-fall persistence.

THECB's website provides cohort based reports for Texas public two-year and four-year institutions.


Office of Institutional Research

Updated September 26, 2019