This study explores the influence of different types of leadership approaches on the implementation of a technology-mediated advising reform at six colleges, and assesses which types of leadership are associated with transformative organizational change.
Using focus group data from students at six colleges, this paper examines student preferences concerning technology-based advising tools and in-person advising sessions for different kinds of advising tasks.
Based on qualitative and quantitative study at Bronx Community College, this paper provides findings about students who take First Year Seminar, a recently redesigned student success course.
Using two waves of the Beginning Postsecondary Student survey, this paper provides the first national estimates of the effect of the Federal Work-Study program on students' academic and labor market outcomes.
This practitioner packet summarizes CCRC’s research on remedial placement at community colleges, and considers how including students’ high school transcript information in the assignment process could improve placement accuracy.