Washington University’s physics department and Cornerstone will launch a Peer Led Team Learning program for introductory physics students this semester.
This fall, Cornerstone offerings will extend beyond introductory math and science courses with the addition of help desks for new courses.
I never passed the reading proficiency tests in elementary school. It wasn’t because I didn’t understand the passage, but because I couldn’t read it fast enough.
Students walking through Olin Library will find a new tenant beyond the first floor computer lab. The Writing Center, which offers students one-on-one appointments with tutors, began its move in May from Eads Hall to the northwest corner of Olin. The relocation was to move the center to a more central location frequented by a broader variety of students.
While Cornerstone is a useful and responsible system similar to programs offered at many universities today, what happens when this service is offered to all, publicly?
Over the past several years, Washington University has seen a significant increase in the number of enrolled students with learning disabilities, in line with national trends.
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