CCRC's Jenkins Makes the Business Case for Strengthening Transfer
In a new paper, one of five released by HCM Stategists' recently launched Maximizing Resources for Student Success project, Davis Jenkins and co-authors argue that strengthening transfer will increase affordability for both students and taxpayers.
|NOVEMBER 24, 2014|
|Colleges Skirt Funding Standards by Cooking Student Records|
Bloomberg Businessweek highlights findings from a CCRC study on the unintended impacts of performance funding, including "gaming" behavior by institutions to artificially increase student outcomes.
|NOVEMBER 21, 2014|
|Ready or Not: How Multiple Measures of College Readiness Can Help Reduce Unnecessary Remediation|
In a commentary for the TC Record, Judith Scott-Clayton describes how incorporating high school transcript information into the placement process for incoming students would lead to fewer students being misplaced into developmental education.
|NOVEMBER 20, 2014|
|Ohio's Public Colleges Becoming More Selective to Qualify for State Funding, Report Says|
Cleveland.com looks at CCRC's recent findings on performance funding systems in Indiana, Ohio, and Tennessee and considers the implications for Ohio's two-and four-year colleges.
|CCRC and MDRC Receive $10 million Federal Grant to Conduct Experimental Research on Innovative Approaches to Remedial Assessment and Instruction|