Assessing Alternative Academic Readiness Pathways
This project will research alternative admissions academic readiness assessment processes, pathways and tools for indigenous students that are reliable, valid, culturally sensitive and appropriate. This project aligns with The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador’s The Way Forward document by helping build a stronger economy by improving access to employment training, improving admissions services and outcomes, and engaging indigenous communities. By improving accessibility to college programs for indigenous groups, supply of labour should more closely match employer and market requirements, and the college will be able to enhance delivery of academic training programs that result in employment.
Primary Research Question
What are the current best practices in alternative admissions academic readiness assessment processes, pathways and tools for indigenous students that are reliable, valid, culturally sensitive and appropriate to inform the development of an assessment model and tools for use in Admissions at College of the North Atlantic, Newfoundland and Labrador?
Research led by College of the North Atlantic.
Research to be conducted within the College of the North Atlantic campuses of Newfoundland and Labrador.
February 2019 – March 2023
Research Project Updates
The following video and slides were presented at the NL Workforce Innovators Roundtable 2021 on October 5.