Read the full article in the Milford Daily News hereDean College in Franklin will receive $125,000 for its embedded study model project, which aims to include academic support methods in the classroom.
"This is what students need to learn in tandem with the techniques they need," said Pat Samson, the school's communications director. "It embeds academic support techniques into the curriculum, making them available for all students. It's what we call the Dean method."
Principally a two-year school, Dean differs from community colleges in that it goes further to ensure students have the tools they need to learn in a college atmosphere, said Samson, adding that the school's retention and graduation rates are above average.
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Tuesday, December 15, 2009
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