Investigating College-Text Readiness: Literacy Curriculum Audits to Research Practice
Taylor & Francis
Recent reform efforts in developmental education have led to model-development of college literacy instruction without being informed by institution-specific investigations of whether, how, and to what extent new models align with the literacy rigors of next-level courses across pathways. Such work is essential to informing literacy programming at the college level. This manuscript describes a literacy curriculum audit approach that can be employed by faculty. This approach is a systematized method to determine what it means to be college-text ready based on the literacy demands, practices, and expectations in introductory-level general education and career technical education college courses.
curriculum audit, college literacy, alignment, developmental reading, access, Curriclum and Instruction
Stahl, N. A., & Armstrong, S. L. (2021). Investigating college-text readiness: Literacy curriculum audits to research practice. College Teaching.