Basic History of the Concept of gtPathways
The gtPathways Curriculum was adopted as part of the CCHE Academic Affairs Policy I, Part L: Statewide Transfer Policy. It was built upon concepts found in the Student Bill of Rights (a.k.a, the King Bill), § 23-1-125 C.R.S:
Major Changes Undertaken by State Institutions
Adams State College: Faculty Senate agreed to adopt gtPathways curriculum for institutional general education curriculum.
Fort Lewis College: Restructuring entire general education curriculum to meet gtPathways requirements; modifying junior-level writing courses to meet gtPathways requirements (I.e., 200-level).
Colorado State University: Integrating writing into general education courses (25% of grades in writing assignments)
University of Northern Colorado: Charting the Future; reducing general education course offerings to 60-70 courses; restructuring curriculum to meet gtPathways curriculum.