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ACS updates its resources for two-year colleges

by Blake Aronson, ACS staff
April 11, 2016 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 94, ISSUE 15

ACS has updated its “Guidelines for Chemistry in Two-Year College Programs” to address topics such as partnerships between institutions, students’ employability skills, and the development of a safety culture.

The guidelines, approved by the ACS Committee on Education, provide a framework for reviewing chemistry education at two-year colleges and identifying opportunities for growth and improvement.

The “ACS Assessment Tool for Chemistry in Two-Year College Programs” has also been revised to reflect changes to the guidelines. Two-year colleges wanting ACS’s feedback on the results of their assessment can register online through April 21 at www.acs.org/2YGuidelines.

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