|OCTOBER 06, 2016|
|Does Performance Funding Work?|
Kevin Dougherty and his team write about what they learned in years of studying performance funding programs in this op-ed about their new book, Performance Funding for Higher Education.
|SEPTEMBER 29, 2016|
|L.A. Targets Full-Time Community College Students for Free Tuition|
Thomas Bailey talks about the reforms to support students that have been proposed as part of the LA College Promise in this story in the Los Angeles Times.
|SEPTEMBER 26, 2016|
|Success-Tech Triumphs in Higher Ed|
CCRC's Melinda Mechur Karp discusses some of the obstacles colleges encounter as they implement new success technologies and systems in this story in University Business.
|SEPTEMBER 23, 2016|
|When a C Isn’t Good Enough|
CCRC Director Thomas Bailey is quoted in this story in Inside Higher Ed looking at how data analytics affect decisions about what it means to master class material in college.
|SEPTEMBER 21, 2016|
|The 2016 Election and Higher Education Rulemaking: Important Implications for Regulations Governing Financial Aid and Other Federal Programs|
In this blog post for Johns Hopkins University Press, Rebecca Natow discusses the research presented in her forthcoming book, Higher Education Rulemaking: The Politics of Creating Regulatory Policy, and the implications of the November election for higher education policymaking.
|SEPTEMBER 19, 2016|
|Can Bite-Sized Courses Help More Students Complete Remedial Math?|
Quoting CCRC's Susan Bickerstaff, EdSurge reports on how breaking up developmental math courses into smaller modules affects students' outcomes.
|SEPTEMBER 15, 2016|
|Moving From Instituting Large-Scale Changes to Understanding How Those Changes Are Impacting Student Outcomes|
Serena Klempin writes about understanding the impacts of large-scale change at colleges in this new post in the Learn Forward blog.
|SEPTEMBER 14, 2016|
|The Sixteen Most Innovative People in Higher Education|
Karen Stout, a board member of CCRC and president and CEO of Achieving the Dream, is named one of higher education's most innovative people in this article in Washington Monthly.
|SEPTEMBER 09, 2016|
|Does It Pay to Start at Community College? Maybe|
CCRC's Davis Jenkins is quoted in this Wall Street Journal story about how to make a community college education work to your financial advantage.
|SEPTEMBER 06, 2016|
|Are Dual-Enrollment Programs Overpromising?|
In this story for Education Week, CCRC's Melinda Mechur Karp and Davis Jenkins discuss the problems student face transferring credit from dual-enrollment classes taken during high school.