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CCRC in the News

JUNE 01, 2018

In The Seattle Times, Davis Jenkins points out the institutional changes that have helped the Tennessee Promise program a success, such as redesigning program pathways, strengthening advising, and offering corequisite remediation.

MAY 31, 2018

CCRC's recent working paper on practitioners' perceptions of predictive analytics tools is highlighted in The Chronicle of Higher Education.

MAY 21, 2018

The Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy describes how research by Susan Dynarski and Judith Scott-Clayton on the needless complexity of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid has influenced policy, and how making financial aid application simpler can improve student outcomes.

MAY 10, 2018

Davis Jenkins of CCRC and Ashley Smith of Inside Higher Ed participated in a Twitter chat hosted by PBS NewsHour on nontraditional students.

MAY 08, 2018

Education Week writes that, as argued by Jennifer Zinth and Elisabeth Barnett in a brief for Education Commission of the States, states should expand dual enrollment access to middle- and low-achieving students.

MAY 07, 2018

CCRC's recently released practitioner packet on guided pathways reforms is featured in Campus Technology.

MAY 04, 2018

Education Dive spotlights findings from a recent brief from Education Commission of the States coauthored by Jennifer Zinth and Elisabeth Barnett.

APRIL 30, 2018

In Inside Higher Ed, Matt Reed shares his takeaways from the first full day of the AACC Annual Conference, including a session on best transfer practices with Davis Jenkins.

APRIL 30, 2018
Elisabeth Barnett speaks about the comparatively positive outcomes for students who attend early college high schools in a Capital Public Radio article about proposed P-TECH schools in California
APRIL 26, 2018

Tax credits are supposed to increase attendance by offsetting some of the costs that students and their families incur by going to college. ​Judith Scott-Clayton and Susan Dynarski explore research on why is there no effect​ in this post for Brookings' Evidence Speaks series.