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More high school students are taking Advanced Placement tests, but racial gaps in access to and performance on the exams remain, according to the 10th Annual AP Report to the Nation from the College Board. HYPERLINK “http://media.collegeboard.com/digitalServices/pdf/ap/rtn/10th-annual/10th-annual-ap-report-to-the-nation-two-page-spread.pdf” More
A working paper from the Community College Research Center examines a new direction in the performance funding movement—Performance Funding 2.0. The paper includes an analysis of Performance Funding 2.0 efforts in three states—Indiana, Ohio and Tennessee—and their progress to shift More »
New research from the National Association for College Admissions Counseling contends that high school grades—not standardized tests—are a much better predictor of future college performance.
Despite rising tuition costs, a four-year college degree has never been more valuable, says new data from the Pew Research Center. The report shows that an older millennial with a college degree is earning a median full-time salary of $45,500 More »
A new study on engagement and student outcomes says black and Hispanic males attending community colleges are less likely to obtain an associate degree than their white male counterparts, despite the fact minority males are the most engaged in and More »
When it comes to hiring employees, business leaders say the knowledge and skills of job candidates far outweigh where they attended school or their college major. This and other findings are part of the third annual Gallup/Lumina Foundation poll on 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.