The goal of this project is to encourage and enable colleges and universities to replicate highly effective, scaled transfer practices that substantially increase associate and bachelor’s degree completion across fields, but with a special focus on STEM.
In partnership with MDRC, CCRC is conducting an evaluation of CUNY Start, a pre-matriculation program designed to help students with substantial needs in basic skills to succeed in college.
This paper examines the prevalence and consequences of Pell Grant recipients’ failure to meet the standards for satisfactory academic progress required for grant renewal.
CCRC is part of a national technical assistance team working with two-year colleges in Arkansas to improve student outcomes by creating more highly structured and educationally coherent pathways to student end goals.
With this reseach project, CCRC will analyze student progression into and through program pathways and measure the labor market returns to particular programs at the City Colleges of Chicago.
This presentation, given at the American Council on Education, considers the potential implications of SAP policies on student outcomes.
On December 4, CCRC's Judy Scott-Clayton joins President Obama, the First Lady and Vice President Biden at the White House College Opportunity Summit.
The website for the Center for the Analysis of Postsecondary Readiness (CAPR), a new IES-funded center led by CCRC and social policy research organization MDRC, has launched.