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Early College, Continued Success

Getting a head start on college while enrolled in high school has definite advantages, concludes a new study by the American Institute for Research. Nearly 25 percent of graduates from early-college high schools earned an associate degree two years after More »

Digest of Education Statistics, 2012

Digest of Education Statistics 2012

Recently released data from the National Center for Education Statistics shows that the percentage of American adults with bachelor’s degrees rose from 27 percent to 31 percent in the decade ending in 2013. More »


Knowing What Students Know and Can Do

Measuring student learning has become the new norm, according to a report from the National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment. The primary driver for these assessment efforts continues to be pressure from regional and specialized accreditation agencies, the report says.

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Online Learning at Public Universities

A joint report from Learning House and the American Association of State Colleges & Universities offers insight from chief academic officers of AASCU institutions on how their institutions are managing online education needs, overcoming challenges, serving online students and planning for the future. More » More »

The Impact of Family Assets and Debt on College Graduation

The Impact of Family Assets and Debt on College Graduation

Family assets and debt may have more influence than income in determining whether youth graduate from college, says this study from the Center for Social Development. More »


The Game Changers – Strategies to Improve College Completion

A new report from Complete College America outlines a number of promising strategies—including efforts tying state funding to student progression through programs and completion of degrees and certificates—that states are using to boost college completion rates. More » More »

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Redesigning the Pell Grant Program

A comprehensive overhaul of the Pell Grant program is needed to fit the needs of a 21st-century economy and student population, argues this policy brief from the Hamilton Project. The brief proposes three major structural reforms, one of which focuses More »

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