States can leverage existing tools and resources, like StudentTracker for High Schools, to minimize the burden of gathering and reporting this data.
Doug Shapiro, Ph.D., Executive Director of the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, discusses the state of higher education amid the pandemic, specifically the effect of the pandemic on college access for students, and the future of the higher education in 2021 and beyond.
During December, the Research Center delivered four very important reports to benefit colleges, universities, high schools, and policy leaders about fall 2020 enrollment trends throughout the nation.
There is no doubt that COVID-19 remains a critical concern in 2020 and beyond for campuses across the country. Projecting beyond pandemic challenges, here are three trends that CIOs need to know.
Recent data suggests that students of color, including Native Americans, in particular, may be especially at risk. What’s driving this enrollment decline?
Community Colleges, For-Profit and Rural Institutions, Black Undergraduates, Male Undergraduates Suffered Most from Online-Only 2020 Summer Sessions
The new research series, “Stay Informed with the Latest Enrollment Information,” will track the impact of COVID-19 on postsecondary enrollments, using the latest data available.
Clearinghouse Data Supports Virginia Beach City Public Schools’ Postsecondary Enrollment, Persistence, and Degree Attainment Research and Goals
Clearinghouse data supports research by Virginia Beach City Public Schools’ postsecondary enrollment, persistence, and degree attainment research
More than 36 million Americans hold some postsecondary education but have not completed and are no longer enrolled. Institutions across the country are taking note and are successfully reengaging learners with “some college, no degree.”
The new report, A COVID-19 Supplement to Spring 2020 Current Term Enrollment Estimates, serves as a first look at the effects of COVID-19 on postsecondary enrollments, compared to spring 2018 and spring 2019, as the baselines.
The Spring 2020 Current Term Enrollment Estimates report provides enrollment declines and increases for each state and the District of Columbia from 2018 to 2020.