This plenary session at CAPSEE's 2017 conference will consider whether the choices students make in college are likely to ensure their future labor market success.
This plenary session at CAPSEE's 2017 conference will examine whether colleges are organized so students can gain high returns to college.
This plenary session at CAPSEE's 2017 conference will examine the labor market consequences of public funding for colleges.
This plenary session at CAPSEE's 2017 conference will summarize the labor market returns to college. Panelists will present evidence on returns to bachelor’s and associate degrees, as well as returns to sub-baccalaureate awards.
This presentation at the NETA Annual Conference will use CCRC and the Aspen Institute’s Transfer Playbook to look at essential transfer practices observed at 15 colleges identified nationally as highly effective in helping students transfer and earn bachelor’s degrees.
Di Xu and Madeline Joy Trimble have won the 2017 AEFP–Kauffman Foundation Award for their CAPSEE paper What About Certificates? Evidence on the Labor Market Returns to Non-Degree Community College Awards in Two States.
This presentation links adjunct faculty’s employment history with college transcripts of students they teach to estimate valued-added for college faculty, examining to what extent instructor characteristics from previous jobs and industry experiences outside education can predict their VA estimates.