The NCLN and College of Alameda hosted a Transforming Student Success through Appreciation andIntegration event on February 10. Participants from 11 community colleges and 2 CSU campuses came together to learn about Appreciative Inquiry as a means to facilitate conversation and goal-setting for campuses seeking to integrate BSSOT, BSI, Equity, and other transformational college initiatives. Participants also learned about BSI 2.0 and the forthcoming integrated planning report from Kirsten Corbin, Dean of Basic Skills and Special Programs at the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office. Also, special thanks to Jo Glenn, Associate Governmental Program Analyst Grants Coordinator for being present to answer BSSOT questions.
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