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The Mixed Methods Blog
The Mixed Methods Blog

The Mixed Methods Blog

Perspectives from our researchers, highlights from recent studies, and other news about CCRC

Want Anti-Racist Policy to Work on Today? Adequately and Equitably Fund Community Colleges

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Budgets signal who and what a society values. To that end, anti-racist higher education policies should begin with allocating greater financial resources to community colleges.

CCRC Stands in Solidarity With the Black Lives Matter Movement

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To Black communities everywhere: We see your suffering. We stand with you.

Congratulations to Four Graduating CCRC Staff Members

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We are so proud of Heidi Booth, Maggie Fay, Lindsay Leasor, and Selene Sandoval for earning graduate degrees this year. Booth, Leasor, and Sandoval completed master's degrees at Teachers College, and Fay finished her PhD at the City University of New York Graduate Center.

More Clues from the Great Recession: How Will COVID-19 Affect Community College Funding?

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In the latest installment of our COVID-19 blog series, Davis Jenkins, John Fink, and Thomas Brock use Great Recession-era data as a potential blueprint for how community college funding may shift moving forward.

How Will COVID-19 Affect Community College Enrollment? Looking to the Great Recession for Clues

How Will COVID-19 Affect Community College Enrollment? Looking to the Great Recession for Clues

Based on observations following the last major disruption to community colleges, Davis Jenkins and John Fink explore how the COVID-19 pandemic could affect enrollment trends across three groups of students: students aged 25 and over, students aged 18–24, and dual enrollment students.

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