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Inside CCRC: How Stacie Long Uses Design to Make CCRC's Work Easy to Grasp

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Long uses graphics, colors, and design to improve the readability of our research while maintaining its technical accuracy.

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.

Can Innovation Scale? Lessons From the 2019 League for Innovation Conference

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Drawing on lessons learned from CUNY ASAP, iPass, and faculty development cycles, this blog post explores why some reforms prove successful in multiple contexts, while others do not. 

The Robots Aren’t Coming: Paul Osterman on the Future of Work

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Paul Osterman, a professor at MIT's Sloan School of Management, discussed the future of work during a February 28 talk at Teachers College organized by CCRC.

Shrinking Racial Gaps in Student Debt and Default: Recommendations to Congress

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The gaps in debt levels and default rates between White and Black college students have swelled to an alarming extent, and some U.S. senators have taken notice. Judith Scott-Clayton outlines several policy recommendations for shrinking the disparities. 

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