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.
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.
The Clearinghouse’s Research Center on Equity in Research and Analytics intends to reflect our values that equity should be at the center of any data collection or acquisition.
Discover how the Clearinghouse integrates all of a learner’s accomplishments into a single, secure location — no matter where, when, or how those learning achievements were earned.
Students who started college six years ago have been completing degrees and certificates at higher rates than in recent years. This is the third consecutive year where national completion rates were higher than 60%.
The COVID-19: Transfer, Mobility, and Progress Academic Year 2021 Report, the sixth in the series, reflects the pandemic’s full-blown impact on postsecondary students.
National Student Clearinghouse Announces Initiative to Create Centralized DEI, Education Research Platform
The National Student Clearinghouse, with support from the Cognizant Foundation, is developing a collaborative online environment focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion and driven by data from our Research Center.
Learn how National Student Clearinghouse provides data for college enrollment, persistence, transfer, and completion outcomes for high school graduates from rural and nonrural communities.
Review the Clearinghouse’s 2020 Annual Impact Report that shows the Clearinghouse continues to serve with remarkable efficiency and is an irreplaceable resource for learners, and educational and employment institutions.
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.