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Promoting Transfer and Articulation in Indiana, Kentucky and New Jersey: Legislation, Policy, Organizational Structures and Technology
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JARCC Volume 12, Number 2, ISSN 1068-610X

Abstract

This article discusses the recent progress made by three states--Indiana, Kentucky, and New Jersey--toward statewide goals to improve transfer and articulation. Legislation and/or policies that prompted the initiative in each state are presented, along with any additional policies and organizational structures that were implemented to promote successful transfer. Also discussed are state-level initiatives to establish and maintain websites and other mechanisms involving technology to promote and facilitate transfer. Accomplishments, pitfalls, remaining issues and next steps to be addressed are included in this review of the policies and implementation strategies three different states have chosen to promote transfer and articulation.

Citation

Sauer, K., Jackson, D., Hazelgrove, N., Scott, J. & Ignash, J. (2005). Promoting Transfer and Articulation in Indiana, Kentucky and New Jersey: Legislation, Policy, Organizational Structures and Technology. Journal of Applied Research in the Community College, 12(2), 121-137. Retrieved December 3, 2021 from .

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