The study looked at the representation of Hispanic students at CUNY relative to their population in the city and how the enrollment and achievement of these students changed from 1990 and 2000.
CCRC, in partnership with the Campaign for Educational Equity at Teachers College, laid out the case that to be truly competitive in today’s workplace, educational success needs to go beyond the 12th grade.
A new report by the U.S. Department of Education examines the practices of credit-based transition programs, highlighting successes and areas of improvement.
While most policymakers and educators hope to expand the availability of credit-based transition programs at community colleges, few states have legislation that supports outreach to low- and middle-achieving students.
CCRC has released a report based on a first-of-its-kind study using student record information to track the progress and outcomes of low-skill adults in community colleges.
President Bush reinforced the key role that these vital institutions play during his campaign; now, many are asking how the federal government can provide better support to community colleges.