Assessment at Truman

How Does Truman Measure Up?
Scholarship Job Benefits

Ever feel like working at your scholarship job is time taken away from you school work, or that you don’t gain any skills from doing the job? This year several offices, led by Bertha Thomas, are collaborating to conduct a study to see if students who receive “transformative coaching” will be able to improve their critical thinking skills as a result of working their scholarship job. So not only are students getting a cheaper education and serving the Truman community by working a scholarship job, but they may also be improving their critical thinking skills.

The data for this study, as well as other interesting facts about how Truman is doing via the Assessment Almanac, is available at
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