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Video: ARCC Network Webinar Explores Student and Faculty Success in Distance Education

In May, researchers from the Center for Education Policy Research at Harvard University and the Pullias Center for Higher Education at the University of Southern California hosted a webinar sharing findings from an ongoing study being conducted in the Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD). 

Early Alerts: How Two California Colleges Are Using Relief Funds to Keep Students Enrolled

Copper Mountain College and Cabrillo College in California are using pandemic relief funding to promote student success through early alert systems, which connects students to campus counselors. Whereas similar systems in the past were often under resourced, relief funding has given these colleges the capacity to support larger numbers of students with a broader set of resources.

May 15, 2024|Tags: , , |

Wheelhouse Research Collaboration Council: Shaping Our Understanding of Pandemic Recovery

To inform their research on effective educational strategies during and after the pandemic, Wheelhouse at the University of California Davis brought together a council of community college leaders. This blog post explores how the research team is working with the Research Collaboration Council to establish a forward-looking community of practice.

April 24, 2024|Tags: , , |

“You Can’t Deny the Whole Student”: Student Supports During and After the Pandemic

In a podcast-style interview, researchers from three ARCC projects recently sat down to talk about what they have learned about students’ support needs during and after the pandemic and how colleges are addressing them. Listen to the audio interview and read the transcript featured within this blog post.

March 28, 2024|Tags: , , , |

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