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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
Using San Antonio as a model, a new case study from Excelencia in Education examines what can happen when communities partner across different sectors and institutions to remove financial aid as a barrier for Latino students to pursue postsecondary education.
To reduce youth joblessness, a new report by the Brookings Institution suggests integrating work-based learning opportunities into high school and college, expanding apprenticeships and linking high school to postsecondary educational credentials. HYPERLINK “http://www.brookings.edu/~/media/research/files/reports/2014/03/14%20youth%20workforce/youth_workforce_report_final” More
More than half of veterans who used the GI Bill completed a vocational credential or college degree from 2002 through 2013, according to a report by the Student Veterans of America. The study, Million Records Project Data, says approximately one More »
An issue brief from the American Council on Education suggests that college rankings often have detrimental effects on institutions and that students—particularly low-income students—do not even use rankings when making college decisions. HYPERLINK “http://www.acenet.edu/news-room/Documents/Rankings-Institutional-Behavior-and-College-and-University-Choice.pdf” More