Clearinghouse Today Blog
Read these two important November compliance updates on the new NSLDS Enrollment Reporting Guide and the Clearinghouse’s CIP 2020 Enhancement.
The High School Benchmarks Report provides high school-to-college transition rates for graduates of different types of high schools.
Dr. Dan Domenech, Executive Director of School Superintendents Association, discusses bridging the gap between K-12, higher education, and the workforce to create opportunities for all students.
Learn how third-party assessment providers are valuable partners in helping to prepare manufacturing students to fill an abundance of specialized roles.
Dual enrollment allows students still in high school to take courses for credit from community colleges, and helpful in closing equity gaps.
Undergraduate enrollment is down 4.4% while graduate enrollment is up 2.9% compared to the same time last year. Overall, postsecondary enrollment this fall is 3.3% lower.
Highlights and observations from the Clearinghouse’s October “Opening the Door to Equity in Education” panel discussion.
To boost college graduation rates for first-generation students, high schools need data on where their alumni are most likely to earn degrees.
Discover the next steps for the Clearinghouse’s Industry Certification Education and Performance Data System initiative.
Learn about the Clearinghouse’s new Chatbot designed to help students and alumni receive fast answers to transcript ordering questions.
Dig into some of the Industry Credential Education and Performance Data System’s preliminary results.
The Clearinghouse is working with the U.S. Census Bureau to discover aggregate labor market outcomes using industry credential and postsecondary outcomes data.
Pilot Program Studies Matching Up Industry Credential Attainment, Enrollment and Degree Data to Identify New Learner Pathways
Learn about the Industry Certification Education and Performance Data System pilot project to help close the skills’ gap.
Discover the postsecondary enrollment, transfer, mobility, and progress data that will quantify the impact of COVID-19 on higher education in the United States.