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The Mixed Methods Blog
The Mixed Methods Blog

Supporting the Supporters: Empowering Adjuncts to Promote Student Success

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Students in developmental and gateway courses taught by adjunct faculty have negative longer-term outcomes but positive or neutral short-term outcomes. In this blog post, CCRC's Florence Ran and Susan Bickerstaff outline explanations for why.

Where We've Been and Where We're Going

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The 2018–2020 biennial report provides an overview of CCRC’s work, outlines the necessity of continued research and support for community colleges, and offers a snapshot of the organization's past and projected future. 

CCRC Awarded Major Federal Grants for Research on STEM in Guided Pathways and English Learners

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The National Science Foundation and the Institute of Education Sciences awarded CCRC $3 million and $1.4 million, respectively. 

Six CCRC Staff Members Earn Degrees from Teachers College

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Graduate students are essential to the work we do at CCRC. Congratulations to the six CCRC staff members who completed either a master's or a PhD this year. 

Maggie Fay Named CTE Fellow by North Carolina State University

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The fellowship will support Fay's dissertation research on how math remediation affects academic trajectories.