Developmental Education at De Anza College equitably allows students of every background to take ownership of their education and to succeed in their educational goals by providing the necessary integrated resources, services, and learning environment.
DARE Taskforce Charge
Meeting on a semi-weekly basis, the Taskforce develops a campuswide plan to streamline and structure the flow of students from the point of entry, through student support and academic courses, to their final objectives. Future objectives are identified by the Taskforce itself, by grant objectives (including Title III and BSI) and through ongoing planning retreats.
Message from Jen Myhre, the outgoing Faculty Coordinator and DARE Co-chair:
"The DARE committee has decided to suspend its mini-grant process indefinitely.
This spring we engaged in an intensive process of reflection that involved assessing the strengths and weaknesses of the mini-grant process. After many conversations, the committee voted to suspend the process in favor of going "all in" on one DARE-led initiative in the years to come."