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Performance Funding

Policymakers have increasingly sought to generate better results from higher education institutions through performance funding, which involves tying funding to institutional performance on specified indicators. CCRC examines performance funding policies and their impacts in a multitude of states.


Latest Publications

FEBRUARY 2014
Performance Funding: Impacts, Obstacles, and Unintended Outcomes
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FEBRUARY 2014
The Political Origins of Performance Funding 2.0 in Indiana, Ohio, and Tennessee: Theoretical Perspectives and Comparisons With Performance Funding 1.0
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AUGUST 2013
Envisioning Performance Funding Impacts: The Espoused Theories of Action for State Higher Education Performance Funding in Three States
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JULY 2013
Performance Funding for Higher Education: What Are the Mechanisms? What Are the Impacts?
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MARCH 2013
Metrics, Dollars, and Systems Change: Learning From Washington State's Student Achievement Initiative to Design Effective Postsecondary Performance Funding Policies
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JANUARY 2013
Accounting for Higher Education Accountability: Political Origins of State Performance Funding for Higher Education
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DECEMBER 2012
Washington State Student Achievement Initiative Policy Study: Final Report
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MAY 2012
Washington State Student Achievement Initiative: Achievement Points Analysis for Academic Years 2007–2011
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Featured Publication

Envisioning Performance Funding Impacts: The Espoused Theories of Action for State Higher Education Performance Funding in Three States

This study reviews the theories of action that advocates of performance funding have espoused for higher education in three states that are leaders in performance funding: Indiana, Ohio, and Tennessee.

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