The ability to complete degree programs boosts outcomes related not only to education but also to health, poverty, and even civic participation. Read about the ABCs that offer a conceptually transferrable framework for elementary, middle, high school, and K-20.
Listen to NASSP President Ronn Nozoe and the Research Center’s Executive Director Doug Shapiro discuss the impact of COVID-19.
To follow students on their journey, StudentTracker provides schools and districts the opportunity to observe graduating seniors’ next steps.
It is not uncommon for college students to start and then stop somewhere along the way to receiving a degree. Opportunities exist for schools to reach out to the “Some College, No Degree” population to bring them back and help them complete their degrees.
The time to act is now to address inequality, says Excelencia Co-founder and CEO Deborah Santiago. Learn more on how data makes a difference!
Spring undergraduate enrollment is down 5.9% compared to the same time last year, according to the latest research by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center. This is the steepest decline in undergraduate enrollment since the beginning of the pandemic.
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.
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.