For this spring, COVID-19 accelerated the decline in transfer particularly for White and Black students, male students, and traditional college-age students.
The pandemic disproportionately affected graduates of low-income, high-poverty, and high-minority high schools, with their enrollments dropping more steeply than their more advantaged counterparts.
Join our March 29 1 pm ET webinar on how your institution’s participation in PDP can help you make transformative data-driven decisions to improve outcomes.
Spring enrollment appears to be showing the same level of enrollment losses overall as the fall 2020 trend, according to the latest data by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.
During Women’s History Month, we honor several women trailblazers who fought to expand access to higher education.
To improve transfer rates amongst minority student groups, 3 associations have joined together in a partnership, called the Equity Transfer Initiative.
COVID-19 has had a negative impact on enrollment rates in 2020, which could be an early warning sign that the job market may not be able to fulfill the needs of high-demand positions. Anne M. Kress shares five important strategic levers for supporting Virginia’s students, the job market, and the economy.
The latest Yearly Success and Progress Rates report helps institutions and states better identify and inform effective intervention points to increase student success.
Read the Lumina Foundation’s article to learn about five suggested actions to help students earn college credentials, including reaching out to the 36 million former students who have some college credits but no degree.
New report shows a looming completion challenge for community college students, as evidenced by the lowest number of associate degree earners in years.