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Corequisite Remediation Is Shown to Improve Gateway Course Outcomes. Now What?

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In this new blog post, CCRC's Florence Xiaotao Ran describes recent findings on corequisite remediation and poses three vital questions for moving the field forward.

Bringing Guided Pathways Reforms to Life Through the "Voices of Pathways" Film Series

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CCRC researchers Amy Brown and Hana Lahr consulted on a new film series focused on the challenges and successes that community college practitioners face when implementing guided pathways. 

Fixes for Short-Term Pell

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In this essay for Inside Higher Ed, CCRC Research Affiliate James Jacobs describes three potential unintended consequences of allowing students to apply Pell funds to short-term training programs.

Community Colleges and the Future of Work

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Forthcoming work from CCRC and MIT aims to assess how community colleges can prepare students—particularly those from low-income and first-generation backgrounds—to adapt to and succeed in the evolving workforce.

The Secret Sauce to District-Wide Guided Pathways Governance and Employer Engagement

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Here, Jothany Blackwood of San Antonio College describes four specific strategies for facilitating strong governance and employer engagement when implementing whole-college reforms.