|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.
|SEPTEMBER 06, 2016|
|Understudied Barriers to Transfer|
In an op-ed for Inside Higher Ed, CCRC's Davis Jenkins and John Fink explore three barriers to college transfer that have received less attention from researchers or practitioners yet may be major obstacles to transfer student success.
|AUGUST 31, 2016|
|How Free College Can Affect You Later in Life|
MarketWatch writes about a new NBER study in which Judith Scott-Clayton explores how a scholarship program in West Virginia affects students' economic success later in life.
|AUGUST 30, 2016|
|What’s the Right Public Message About Going to College?|
The Chronicle of Higher Education writes about the complexities in college outcomes, citing CAPSEE research by Judith Scott-Clayton.
|AUGUST 22, 2016|
|LI's High-Volume Community Colleges Face Tough Mandate|
In Newsday, Davis Jenkins talks about the importance of providing structured pathways to a degree for community college students.