Praise for New Book:
Pathways to Reform: Credits and Conflict at The City University of New York

A riveting account.” — Eugene M. Tobin, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

The narrative flow of a novel.” — Elizabeth Nunez, Hunter College, CUNY

Interesting and engaging.” — Thomas Bailey, Teachers College, Columbia University

Scrupulously important book.” — Paul Attewell, Graduate Center, CUNY

Well documented and exceptionally well written....there is no other book like this one.” — William G. Bowen, Ithaka and Princeton University

Meticulous research… sending a message that hard work and acting without fear is a winning strategy.. ” — Matthew Goldstein, CUNY

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    Three-year follow-up data from our randomized controlled trial show that students assessed as needing remedial math but assigned to college-level statistics instead (with extra support) graduate at a higher rate (25%) than students who take traditional remedial math (17%), as reported at the ASHE 2017 conference and in the dy/dan …Read More
  • Quoted in IHE Article on Transfer in Minnesota

    Inside Higher Ed has published an article on Minnesota’s challenges in facilitating credit transfer among its higher ed institutions, with several quotes from me based on my experience with the Pathways initiative at The City University of New York.Read More

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  • One Transfer Student’s Experience

    The transfer experience of a recent college graduate named Ben illustrates well some of the points made about college credit transfer and the experiences of transfer students in my new book, Pathways to Reform:  Credits and Conflict at The City University of New York. After graduating from a good private …Read More
  • Q&A about my new book titled Pathways to Reform: Credits and Conflict at The City University of New York

    Reprinted by permission from the Princeton University Press blog ( Alexandra Logue: Pathways to Reform September 25, 2017 by PUP Author Change is notoriously difficult in any large organization, and institutions of higher education are no exception. From 2010 to 2013, Alexandra Logue, then chief academic officer of The City University of New …Read More