October 2010–September 2011
Using longitudinal data, this study provided a quasi-experimental examination of the effects of the Federal Work-Study program on student achievement, persistence, and completion.
May 2011–February 2016
CCRC was a national technical assistance team partner organization in Completion by Design, which worked with colleges in four states to increase college completion rates.
September 2010–August 2013
CCRC collaborated with Macomb Community College to identify and address complexities in the institutional system that create confusion or pose other challenges to students.
October 2010–April 2011
CCRC researchers participated in the U.S. Department of Education's White House Summit on Community College and a subsequent virtual symposium.
January 2010–July 2010
CCRC conducted multivariate analyses of the effects of participating in the Community College of Baltimore County's Accelerated Learning Program for upper level developmental writing students.
May 2009–July 2013
CCRC evaluated the I-BEST program model, which pairs basic skills and career–technical instructors in the classroom so that students gain basic and occupational skills simultaneously.
February 2010–April 2013
With the Institute for Higher Education Leadership, CCRC is leading an evaluation of the Student Achievement Initiative, a policy to reward colleges for improvements in student achievement.
August 2008–March 2012
CCRC completed a three-year study on the role of associate degrees in preparing graduates for information technology (IT) jobs in the Seattle and Detroit labor markets.
CCRC's paper on dual enrollment data systems and research aims to help states and districts think about and develop data systems to evaluate the outcomes of their dual enrollment programs.
January 2008–June 2012
CCRC studied the implementation and program impacts of the career-focused dual enrollment programs in California's Concurrent Courses Initiative.
Hosted by the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Vocational and Adult Education, this symposium was focused on improving student transitions at community colleges.
April 2007–October 2007
CCRC partnered with the Connecticut Community College System to study the impact of developmental education policies on student success.
July 2008–June 2009
CCRC served as an evaluation partner for AMTEC, a consortium of 25 community colleges and 21 automotive manufacturing and service companies.
February 2006–June 2010
Through interviews with students and faculty and classroom observations, CCRC researchers examined students’ persistence and leaving processes at two urban community colleges.
May 2006–June 2009
CCRC examined community college noncredit workforce instruction and contract training, reviewing state policies in all 50 states and conducting case studies of 20 community colleges.
June 2006–May 2009
CCRC developed and tested a curricular supplement called the Content Comprehension Strategy Intervention with developmental education students at three community colleges.
April 2006–March 2007
CCRC used student record data to investigate the persistence of dual enrollment students in postsecondary education compared to similar peers who did not participate in dual enrollment.
June 2005–June 2006
This project tracked the experience and outcomes of low-income students, students of color, students who enrolled in college at an older age, and part-time students.
July 2006–July 2010
CCRC collaborated with Jobs for the Future and the National Center for Higher Education Management Systems to help states use data to improve students' college access and attainment.
April 1999–December 2002
CCRC examined access to postsecondary opportunity and educational achievement at the City University of New York (CUNY) for immigrant and racial/ethnic minority students.