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Putting Students First
George Miller, a former member of Congress and the Education and Workforce Committees, has teamed with Cengage to continue advocating for students—including efforts to reduce costs. Watch him discuss Cengage Unlimited.
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Help At-Risk Students
To accelerate student success and reduce course fail rates, this American Government instructor turned to MindTap—and saw a 14% increase in retention rates. In fact, 91% of her students shared that MindTap increased their engagement in the course!
Student Outcome Success
Thanks to MindTap, students read more and took interest in their course materials, leading to better engagement, understanding and grades.
Students Get a Boost
This American Government professor integrated MindTap Political Science into her course, hoping to get her students to read the required text before class. The result? A boost in completed assignments, test scores and understanding. And that wasn't all!
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Greg Dixon, University of West Georgia
“With MindTap and its easy to use analytics, I have reduced the rate at which students fail my course by about 40%...Better retention rates without sacrificing rigor. That is why I stay with MindTap.”
Josh Dyck, UMass Lowell
“When we talk in class, MindTap has already engaged students, so they come in thinking about issues that are at a much higher level...For an introductory class, this is extraordinary.”