CCRC Researchers Explore How Students Choose Majors in New Book Chapter
Helping students explore majors and careers in an efficient and focused way that keeps them from wasting time and money is the focus of a chapter by CCRC researchers in a new book released August 23 by Harvard Education Press.
|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.
|Students Who Take 15 Credits in First Semester More Likely to Graduate, Save Money on Degree|