Accelerate Student Transitions. Attack Education’s Toughest Challenges.

February 7, 2017 — Shannon Gilkey, Organizer for Higher Ed for Higher Standards and Director at Education Strategy Group, penned a blog post for the Hunt Institute, “Accelerate Student Transitions. Attack Education’s Toughest Challenges.” Highlighting TN...

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Remembering Stan Jones: A Game Changer (1949-2017)

February 6, 2017 — Stan Jones, who transformed education in Indiana and throughout the nation as a long-time state legislator, Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education, and founder and president of the national nonprofit Complete College America...

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We don’t know how many students in college aren’t ready for college. That matters

January 30, 2017 —  Higher education leaders are familiar with the challenges of remediation. But a recent article from The Hechinger Report highlights a different facet of the issues surrounding remediation: in many cases, we don’t...

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Seamless Pathways: Bridging Tennessee’s Gap Between High School and Postsecondary

January 26, 2017 — A new report, Seamless Pathways: Bridging Tennessee’s Gap Between High School and Postsecondary, outlines recommendations to “radically change the system so that most [Tennessee] students enter and complete postsecondary education.” Less than...

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A New Era for Community Colleges

December 20, 2016 — Eloy Ortiz Oakley, Chancellor of California Community Colleges and Regent of the University of California, wrote a new blog post for Huffington Post on the importance of community colleges in ensuring opportunity...

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Early Success in Scaling CUNY’s ASAP Program

December 1, 2016 —  City University of New York (CUNY) launched an innovative program of wrap-around support services and incentives, called Accelerated Study in Associate Programs (ASAP) in 2007. ASAP doubled the three-year graduation rate of students seeking...

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PA Community College Partners with K-12 District to Create Math Transition Course

November 21, 2016 — Northampton Community College (NCC) is partnering with Bethlehem Area School District (BASD) to design a math course aimed at ensuring district graduates don’t need college remedial math courses. Currently, about 80...

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H.S. Classes Offer Bypass to Remedial Courses

October 26, 2016 —Edweek recently featured Washington, Hawaii and Tennessee’s work to offer remedial coursework in high school. Important keys to success across state examples include K-12 and higher education faculty collaboration throughout the process,...

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Minnesota Reduces Remediation; Saves Students $15.6 Million

October 18, 2016 — Minnesota colleges and universities schools are getting their students into credit-bearing college courses sooner, saving millions of dollars in tuition and fees, and boosting their chances of earning a degree. Last year,...

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The State of American Jobs

October 6, 2016 —New research from Pew outlines how the shifting economic landscape is reshaping work, society and the way people think about the education, skills and training they need to get ahead. Postsecondary success...

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