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Using Data to Improve Student Success and Institutional Performance

CCRC has written a number of papers aimed at helping institutional researchers and others analyze data to develop a clear understanding of student progress and institutional performance.


Latest Publications

JANUARY 2017
How and Why Do Adjunct Instructors Affect Students’ Academic Outcomes? Evidence From Two-Year and Four-Year Colleges (A CAPSEE Working Paper)
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APRIL 2013
Tracking Student Progression Through the Core Curriculum
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FEBRUARY 2013
Characteristics of Early Community College Dropouts
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NOVEMBER 2012
Not Just Math and English: Courses That Pose Obstacles to Community College Completion
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APRIL 2012
Valuable Learning or "Spinning Their Wheels"? Understanding Excess Credits Earned by Community College Associate Degree Completers
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OCTOBER 2011
The Content of Their Coursework: Understanding Course-Taking Patterns at Community Colleges by Clustering Student Transcripts
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JULY 2010
Using State Data to Promote Continuous Improvement of Workforce Programs: Guidance for States Preparing Applications to the U.S. DOL Workforce Data Quality Initiative
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DECEMBER 2009
Counting the Hidden Assets: First Steps in Assessing the Impact of Community College Noncredit Education Programs on the Workforce and Local Economies
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