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Our latest “Persistence and Retention” report shows that 76 percent of the 2.4 million students who started college in fall 2021 returned for their second year. This persistence rate marks a one-year increase of 0.9 percentage points and a return to pre-pandemic levels.
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Dr. Doug Shapiro, Executive Director of the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, recaps some of the major trends the Research Center reported during this past academic year.
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Learner Insights Case Study: How Howard University Uses StudentTracker to Help Guide Its Informed Decision-Making
Howard University has used StudentTracker for over a decade, giving Yesenia Espinal, Associate Vice President of Data Analytics, and her team access to valuable information to help improve decision making across the campus.
Undergraduate enrollment this spring is stabilizing, primarily due to a slight increase in community college students, according to the Spring 2023 Current Term Enrollment Estimates report. A rise in dual-enrolled high school students is driving the increase in community college enrollment, according to the report
The second of three reports released by SHEEO leverages the robust dataset constructed by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center to examine the impact of college closures on students’ subsequent postsecondary enrollment and completion outcomes
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Some College, No Credential Report Finds Population of College Stop-outs Has Grown in All 50 States and D.C.
The “some college, no credential” population — former students who stopped out without earning a credential — is up 3.6 percent from a year earlier while fewer SCNC students returned and completed a credential.