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CCRC in the News

MAY 23, 2016
With Less Money and Fewer Students, Community Colleges Compete With One Another

Melinda Karp talks to the Philadelphia Inquirer about a new level of competitiveness among community colleges who are facing falling enrollment.

MAY 23, 2016
Does Developmental Education Improve Labor Market Outcomes?

Di Xu writes in The EvoLLLution about her CAPSEE research with Michelle Hodara on the impact of developmental courses on jobs and earnings.

MAY 22, 2016
It Can Be a Hard Road From Two to Four Year College

The Times-News in North Carolina reports on CCRC research on the low rates of transfer from community college to university, both in North Carolina and nationally.

MAY 20, 2016
UL Lafayette, LSU Eunice Earn Kudos for Partnership

KALB-TV in Alexandria, LA reports on the efforts of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and LSU Eunice that made them an example of a successful transfer partnership in The Transfer Playbookincluding the Ragin’ Cajun Bridge Program.

MAY 20, 2016
Report Cites HCC-UMass Relationship as Successful Transfer Pathway

The Business Journal of Western Massachusetts reports on the inclusion of Holyoke Community College and UMass Amherst in The Transfer Playbook.

MAY 19, 2016
80 Freshmen to Get UA Leg Up in Summer

Elisabeth Barnett talks to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette about her research into summer bridge programs and a grant to the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville to provide a summer program for low-income or first-generation incoming freshmen.

MAY 18, 2016
Building a Successful Transfer Program

Community College Daily reports on the key elements of effective transfer practices outlined in The Transfer Playbook.

MAY 18, 2016
Easily Overlooked, But Important

In a discussion of The Transfer Playbook, Matt Reed, a community college administrator and blogger at Inside Higher Ed, argues that including four-year college faculty in community college program reviews is important but too often overlooked.

MAY 17, 2016
Playbook for Transfer

Inside Higher Ed reports on the Transfer Playbook, a guide for colleges on how to improve transfer from two- to four-year colleges released by CCRC and the Aspen Institute College Excellence Program.

MAY 17, 2016
How Can Community Colleges Improve Transfer Rates?

In its On Campus blog, WGBH writes about the challenges students face trying to transfer from community colleges to four-year colleges and how strategies from the Transfer Playbook can clear the path so students can be more successful.

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