Reports

Income of U.S. Workforce Projected to Decline if Education doesn't Improve

If current trends continue, the proportion of workers with high school diplomas and college degrees will decrease and the personal income of Americans will decline over the next 15 years, according to this report, released by the National Center for More »

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Is College Opportunity Slipping Away?

More students aspire to a college education, but more students and parents fear that access to college is slipping out of reach. This policy alert from Public Agenda and the National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education examines the More »

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Public Agenda Research Reports: Life After High School

This survey of young adults examines the decisions they make about work or college. We found the vast majority of young adults, of all races, strongly believe in the value of higher education. But the study raises questions about the More »

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One Day I Will Make It-A Study of Adult Student Persistence in Library Literacy Programs

The Wallace Foundation launched the Literacy in Libraries Across America (LILAA) initiative in 1996 with the goal of helping public libraries around the country develop new ways to increase adult learners’ persistence. The Wallace Foundation also contracted with MDRC and More »

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Increasing Success for Underserved Students: Redesigning Introductory Courses

This report examines the impact of the redesign techniques developed by the Program in Course Redesign on the success of adult students, students of color and low-income students.

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