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CCRC in the News

OCTOBER 11, 2016
Limiting Choice?

Davis Jenkins talks about the advantages of transfer agreements between two- and four-year colleges in this story in Inside Higher Ed that looks at an exclusive agreement in New Jersey.

OCTOBER 11, 2016
An Innovative Program Guides Former Gang Members From Prison to Promise

The Chronicle of Higher Education writes about a program that provides intensive supports to former inmates seeking a college education, who, according to Melinda Mechur Karp, can face daunting obstacles.

OCTOBER 06, 2016
Experts: Performance Funding for Higher Ed Yielding Mixed Results

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education explores CCRC research on performance funding in a story on the new book Performance Funding for Higher Education by Kevin Dougherty and his team.

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.

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