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The early college high school program at San Diego City College is a partnership of the college, San Diego Unified School District, and several state and national organizations. This brief from Jobs for the Future shows how the collaboration is More »
Some students who are on track to a four-year degree may increase their chances of success by starting at a community college, contends a new paper from the American Institutes of Research. The paper’s findings say this is especially true More »
Small and midsize private colleges are outpacing many larger, public institutions in helping undergraduate students persist and complete their degrees in science, technology, mathematics, or engineering fields, says this report by the Council of Independent Colleges.
A new report from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center offers state-by-state data on the various pathways that students take to earn degrees and certificates. Nationally, the study says 13 percent of students who begin at four-year public institutions completed More »
This study from Jobs for the Future highlights several promising academic supports and other strategies that colleges and universities are using to help underprepared and non-traditional learners access, persist and succeed in higher education. HYPERLINK “http://www.jff.org/sites/default/files/publications/materials/Promoting-Persistence-Through-Comprehensive-Student-Supports%20_031814.pdf” More