|MARCH 21, 2017|
|College During High School: Dual Enrollment on the Upswing in Worcester|
Elisabeth Barnett talks about the growing popularity of dual enrollment programs nationally in this story about a program in Worcester, Mass.
|MARCH 20, 2017|
|Flexibility: The Cornerstone of American Community Colleges?|
Thomas Bailey talks to The Takeaway for a story on the growth in weekend college programs that help working adults complete degrees.
|MARCH 19, 2017|
|CUNY to Revamp Remedial Programs, Hoping to Lift Graduation Rates|
Thomas Bailey spoke with The New York Times about CUNY's multifaceted reform of its developmental education programs, arguing that it makes sense to allow courses other than algebra to fulfill math requirements.
|MARCH 16, 2017|
|Attention College Students: Trump Is Coming After Your Work-Study Gigs|
In a story about student aid cuts in the president's budget proposal, Money magazine talked with Judith Scott-Clayton about her CAPSEE research showing that work-study improves persistence, graduation, and employment prospects.
|MARCH 14, 2017|
|When a Few Bucks Can Get Students to the Finish Line|
The New York Times quotes Thomas Bailey on community college graduation rates in an article discussing the use of retention grants to help students graduate.
|MARCH 08, 2017|
|What Are the Payoffs to College Degrees, Credentials, and Credits?|
James Benson interviews Thomas Bailey on CAPSEE's research goals and findings in this Institute of Education Sciences blog post.
|MARCH 07, 2017|
|Lessons on Transformational Reform From Technology-Mediated Advising|
In this commentary for EdSurge, Melinda Mechur Karp discusses CCRC's advising research and lessons from the research on what it takes to transform the work of a college.
|MARCH 01, 2017|
|Alamo Colleges’ Identity Crisis|
Davis Jenkins discusses the tension between liberal arts programs and career training in Alamo Colleges in this story in Rivard Report.
|FEBRUARY 28, 2017|
|Colorado's Part-Time Professors Brace For Another Year With No Raise|
Florence Ran explains the consequences for students of colleges' use of large numbers of adjunct professors in this story by KUNC public radio about the fight by Colorado adjuncts for higher pay.
|FEBRUARY 27, 2017|
|Goodbye College Advising, Hello College Coaching|
Melinda Mechur Karp discusses the promise of an iPASS advising redesign in this story about the Achieving the Dream conference in EdSurge.