Our new integrated reading and writing co-requisite model finally brings ALP to full scale at CCBC.
- In the original ALP model, students with a developmental reading placement were required to take a stand-alone reading class concurrently with ALP. This added up to 10 total credits.
- This meant that most, if not all, of our part-time students with both reading and writing developmental placements were not able to take ALP; the total number of credits was too high.
- ACLT 053, the new integrated reading and writing course, allows students who have developmental placements in both areas to complete their developmental requirements while taking ALP.
- Students with lower-level reading and/or writing placements will take ACLT 052, a stand-alone integrated reading and writing class.