Peer Review: Current Issue

Current Issue


Lessons from the GEMs Pathways Project

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This issue of Peer Review explores the General Education Maps and Markers (GEMs) Pathways project, which brought together two- and four-year institutional transfer partners to create pathways focused on general education, preparation for participation in signature work, improvements to the transfer process, and ways to increase degree completion. 

Table of Contents
From the Editor

Shelley Johnson Carey


Ann Hatch, Anna Mays, Doris Rousey, Mary Brumbach, and Monica Young, all of the Dallas County Community College District; Christine Hubbard, North Texas Community College Consortium; and Jean Keller, University of North Texas and North Texas Regional P–16 Council

Heather King, Ivy Tech Community College–Central Indiana; and Jay Gladden, Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis

Joshua Ramirez, Santa Barbara City College

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