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MARCH 29, 2017
Degrees Lead on Wages

Associate degrees lead to far greater increases in earnings than certificates, writes Inside Higher Ed in this story about CAPSEE's new report synthesizing the center's studies on returns to degrees from around the country.

MARCH 28, 2017
The Financial Value of a College Degree

Community College Daily writes about CAPSEE's new reports synthesizing data from eight states on the returns to community college degrees and certificates.

MARCH 28, 2017
At College, a Guided Path on Which to Find Oneself

This New York Times story lays out some of the key components of the guided pathways approach to community college reform, quoting Thomas Bailey on students' need for predictability.

MARCH 27, 2017
Long Road for Regulatory Rollbacks

CCRC's Rebecca Natow, who wrote the book on higher ed rulemaking, discusses the complexity of the process in this story in Inside Higher Ed on efforts to overturn Obama-era rules.

MARCH 27, 2017
More HS Students Are Graduating, but These Key Indicators Prove Those Diplomas Are Worth Less Than Ever

Elisabeth Barnett talks about the misalignment between high school graduation standards and college entrance standards in this story in LA School Report.

MARCH 23, 2017
Free College Didn’t Die With the Clinton Campaign. It’s Just Getting Started

Judith Scott-Clayton talks about the complexities behind the idea of free college in this story by The Hechinger Report.

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.

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