Becoming a Student-Ready College: A New Culture of Leadership for Student Success reverses the college readiness conversation from a focus on student preparedness to a focus on institutional preparedness. The book offers a new paradigm on institutional value-add in boosting student outcomes and prompts readers to ask what their institutions can do to support incoming students.
The newly released book is co-authored by IHEP President Michelle Asha Cooper, one of the nation's most effective voices in championing access and success.
Other co-authors include AAC&U Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Student Success Tia Brown McNair and AAC&U Senior Scholar Susan Albertine, Nicole McDonald of Lumina Foundation, and Thomas Major Jr. of Lumina Foundation.
A thought-leader and prolific writer, Cooper is a highly sought-after contributor to the national discourse, providing commentary to various media outlets such as C-SPAN, FOX News, and NPR as well as The Chronicle of Higher Education, Huffington Post, The Hill, Inside Higher Education, USA Today, and Washington Post.
To order Becoming a Student-Ready College, use discount code 25HAE for 25% off here. (Discounts do not apply to eBooks, which are already discounted.) This book was published by Jossey-Bass in partnership with AAC&U.