Reports tagged student success

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Report | Student Success

Higher Education Pays: But a lot more for some graduates than for others

What you study matters more than where you study, concludes this report from American Institutes for Research and College Measures. The study says that prospective college students can save money and make better academic decisions with more information about where their educational choices are likely to lead. More »

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Insight

Information and College Access: Evidence from a Randomized Field Experiment

Do information campaigns on the value of postsecondary education really resonate with economically disadvantaged students? Yes, according to this working paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research. The study, conducted by two Canadian researchers, examines the relationship between information and college access. More »

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Equity

Men of Color: A Role for Policymakers in Improving the Status of Black Male Students in U.S. Higher Education

Participation from a wide variety of stakeholders, including colleges and universities, community-based organizations, and foundations, is key to improving college readiness, postsecondary educational outcomes, and degree-attainment rates for Black men, says this report from the Institute for Higher Education Policy.

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Persistence

Cornerstones of Completion: State Policy Support for Accelerated, Structured Pathways to College Credentials and Transfer

This policy brief from Jobs for the Future offers 10 state policy recommendations designed to help colleges support accelerated, structured pathways to college credentials and transfer. Among the recommendations: Leverage technology to support individualized student planning, tracking, degree audits and early warning systems and design financial aid to encourage and reward student progress. More »

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Degree attainment

Snapshot Report: Degree Attainment

Sixty percent of community college students who transfer to a four-year institution earn a bachelor’s degree within four years, says this report from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center. The report notes that graduation rates are highest among students who transfer after receiving their associate’s degree. More »

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