The Mixed Methods Blog

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

Strengthening Connections Between Community Colleges and Disciplinary Societies

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This post describes the benefits that disciplinary societies can offer community college faculty and students and shares findings from a report on the recent workshop Strengthening Engagement Between Disciplinary Societies and Community Colleges.

Opening the Dual Enrollment Door Wider for English Learners: A Case Study From Maryland

Opening the Dual Enrollment Door Wider for English Learners: A Case Study From Maryland

Anne Arundel Community College and Anne Arundel County Public Schools are launching a summer bridge program for rising high school seniors designated as English learners.

How Improvements in Community College Transfer Pathways Could Help With Teacher Labor Shortages

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CCRC research on transfer in Michigan indicates that improving transfer pathways between community and four-year colleges could go a long way toward increasing the number of future educators.

Seven CCRC Researchers Earn Degrees From Teachers College

Seven CCRC Researchers Earn Degrees From Teachers College

Congratulations to our seven staff members who earned master's or doctoral degrees from Teachers College this year!

Why the First Year Matters Most for Transfer

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In a blog post for Inside Higher Ed, Umika Kumar argues that to help more students transfer, colleges should invest in their first year, highlighting practices from CCRC's Ask-Connect-Inspire-Plan (ACIP) framework.