Lucy Abbot, Braven’s Director of Data & Research, describes how StudentTracker helps her organization accomplish its mission to benefit low-income students.
More Than 50 Percent of Students Beginning College Part Time in 2013 Left College Without Earning a Credential Six Years Later, According to New Research Report
More than 50 percent of part-time students in the fall 2013 cohort left college without earning a credential, according to our new research report.
Discover how the Research Center’s data may help clarify how postsecondary pathways transpire during a recession.
Undergraduate Degree Earners Increased from 3.4 Million to 3.7 Million, According to New Research Report
The Undergraduate Degree Earners report series, published annually, provides a basic demographic and education credential profile for all students graduating with an undergraduate credential each year.
Attend one of the Clearinghouse’s upcoming Reverse Transfer webinars to learn how Reverse Transfer helps meet your retention and completion goals.
Riverside County works with community colleges regularly to ensure a smooth transition and, ultimately, successful outcomes for students. To verify that students are successful through this pathway, the county also takes a close look at outcomes using StudentTracker for High Schools.
Through Reverse Transfer, four- or two-year institutions can securely send course and grade information to any two-year institution from which a student has transferred.
Education Leaders Discuss What Colleges and High Schools Can Learn from Each Other at 2019 NASSP National Principals Conference
Education leaders at the 2019 NASSP National Principals Conference address the joint challenges facing secondary and postsecondary education in 21st century America.
“Future Ready” Plan and the Clearinghouse’s StudentTracker Help Kuna, Idaho School District Identify Student Success
Learn about the Kuna School Districts goal that by 2023, 80% of students who graduate from the school district will graduate “future ready.”
To help institutions participate in Reverse Transfer, colleges and universities now have the choice to select EDI, XML, and/or pipe delimited file formats to exchange course grade data.