Doug Shapiro, Executive Director of the Research Center, describes how the pandemic impacted higher education and what’s to come as the 2022-2023 school year gets underway.
Identifying Challenges and Potential Solutions to Keep Students on Track to Enroll and Graduate During COVID-19
The Institute for College Access and Success discovered common challenges and potential solutions to keep students on track to enroll and graduate from college.
The Clearinghouse is ready to provide institutions the latest data via the Postsecondary Data Partnership and more to help students succeed.
The National Student Clearinghouse has taken a hard look at how its data and services are helping institutions, as the nation recovers from Covid.
Undergraduate enrollment declined by more than 662,000 students or 4.7% from spring 2021, according to a new report by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.
More than 39 million Americans have some college, but no credential, according to a new report by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center. Education leaders provided insight during a webinar on students re-enrolling and finishing their degree.
Clearinghouse President and CEO Rick Torres discusses the ways the Clearinghouse is helping students and institutions capture and share all of a learner’s experiences and education.
Colleges and universities that deployed success coaches were able to contact 27,000 former students and help 3,000 of them ultimately register for courses — with 73% of those students coming from underserved or underrepresented backgrounds.
The community college sector is a force for learner-worker enablement. Proactivity and measurement will be key to evolving the sector to its full potential.
It’s important for high schools to know the research data for their own graduation rates and student performance. The Clearinghouse’s StudentTracker for High Schools can help administrators.