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CCRC in the News

FEBRUARY 14, 2018
Putting Money Where His Mouth Is?

Judith Scott-Clayton talks with Inside Higher Ed about the impact of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's budget on higher education and the new Excelsior Scholarship.

FEBRUARY 07, 2018
Mich. Colleges Find Success With Pathways

​Davis Jenkins talks with Community College Daily about the progress of Michigan community colleges in implementing guided pathways reforms.

FEBRUARY 05, 2018
Why Transfer Mission Matters

​Davis Jenkins talks with Inside Higher Ed about the importance of integrating career and transfer programs at community colleges in response to the push for more vocational education.

JANUARY 25, 2018
Why Black College Graduates Default on Their Student Debt More Than White Dropouts

Several news organizations including MarketWatch wrote about Judith Scott-Clayton's latest report for Brookings' Evidence Speaks series, which discusses new, longer-term data on debt and default and reveals that default rates are rising but need to be broken down to see where the real crisis lies.

JANUARY 19, 2018
College Credit in High School is All the Rage, but What's the Payoff?

The public radio program Marketplace interviews Davis Jenkins and Clive Belfield for this story based on CCRC research into dual enrollment.

JANUARY 11, 2018
Brown's Budget Seeks Big Changes to Community College Funding and Online Learning

EdSource talks to Kevin Dougherty about performance funding and Shanna Smith Jaggars about her CCRC research on online education for a story on the California governor's budget proposal, which seeks to add incentives for graduating more students and proposes an online college.

JANUARY 04, 2018
Michigan CC Masters Student Transfer Processes

How should a college approach the problem of improving the transfer process for its students when it is in a market full of universities? Campus Technology writes about ​a CCRC study on Macomb Community College.​

JANUARY 03, 2018
Lack of Tech Savvy Holding Back Developmental Ed Efforts

Campus Technology writes about a recent CAPR report on the use of technology in developmental education and recommendations for making it more effective.

DECEMBER 07, 2017
In an Era of Inequity, More and More College Financial Aid is Going to the Rich

The Hechinger Report writes about the shift in financial aid to benefit students with more financial resources, citing CAPSEE research on the Federal Work-Study Program.

DECEMBER 06, 2017
Incentivizing Summer Enrollments to Drive Retention and Completion

​In this Q & A with EvoLLLution, a vice chancellor at the Alamo Colleges District discusses its incentives for students to take summer courses, which are motivated in part by CCRC research on momentum​.

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