At Miami Dade College, a study by the Center for Research and Reform in Education (CRRE) at Johns Hopkins University confirmed stronger engagement among students taught by ACUE-credentialed faculty. GPAs improved by 0.19 to above 3.0, across 100 courses taught by ACUE-credentialed faculty, enrolling 6,100 students.
“Because of the ACUE course, when I walk into the ACUE classroom I feel more confident, more prepared. I know exactly the goals that I want to reach for that day.”
José A. Donis, Miami Dade College
At Rutgers University Newark, students taught by ACUE-credentialed instructors had significantly higher completion rates and grades compared to students who were taught by comparison instructors.
“We are able to — through the ACUE content — introduce our faculty to expert researchers in the field, and also to get them a chance to engage with real-time, live classroom content from other folks around the country.”
Taja Nia-Henderson, Rutgers University – Newark