|MARCH 02, 2014|
|Colleges Working to Boost Dual Enrollment|
CCRC's research findings on the benefits of dual enrollment are cited in the Billings Gazette.
|MARCH 01, 2014|
|Chicago "Reinvents" Community College|
In Governing magazine, Davis Jenkins discusses what sets Chicago's city colleges apart—the clarity of their program maps, which lay out the courses that students in a program must take each semester.
|FEBRUARY 24, 2014|
|Efforts Ramp Up to Smooth Transition From High School to College|
Education Week describes an effort in South Carolina to better align high school courses with college-level curricula, citing CCRC research.
|FEBRUARY 18, 2014|
|"Transitional" Courses Catch On as College-Prep Strategy|
In Education Week, Elisabeth Barnett discusses the rise of early college readiness assessments and transition curricula, which aim to to ease the transition from high school to college and reduce students' need for remediation.
|JANUARY 31, 2014|
|Two-Year Colleges Focus on Advising to Prevent Dropouts|
On NPR's State Impact Ohio, Melinda Mechur Karp discusses the importance of providing students with proactive advising and the difficulty of doing so when counseling centers are under-resourced.
|JANUARY 29, 2014|
|One Big Fact and One Big Myth|
In Inside Higher Ed, Dean Dad calls the latest CCRC paper by Clive Belfield and Davis Jenkins a "must-read."
|JANUARY 16, 2014|
|Getting Real About the Cost of College|
Judith Scott-Clayton spoke with Fox Business about the challenge the FAFSA poses for students and their families, who are often uncertain about whether they can afford college.
|JANUARY 13, 2014|
|Tech Alone Won't Cut It|
In an op-ed for Inside Higher Ed, Melinda Mechur Karp argues that for early warning systems to be effective, colleges must pay closer attention how they are used on the front end by advisers, faculty, and students.
|DECEMBER 22, 2013|
|How to Escape the Community-College Trap|
An Atlantic article describes how a highly structured, supportive environment can improve community college outcomes, citing research by Judith Scott-Clayton.