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MARCH 22, 2018
Community College Researcher to Lead Teachers College

Inside Higher Ed reports on CCRC Director Thomas Bailey's selection as the next president of Teachers College.

MARCH 20, 2018
Giving Low-Income Students Enough Support to Graduate, Colleges Face Financial Catch-22

Nikki Edgecombe discusses the costs associated with the ASAP program in this story on its successes and financial challenges by The Hechinger Report.

MARCH 07, 2018
Funding for Summer College Credit Brings a Big Payoff for Students—and the Economy

Vivian Liu explains her research on the impact of summer Pell Grants in this Q&A with the National Summer Learning Association.

FEBRUARY 28, 2018
Getting General Ed Credits 'Out of the Way' at Community Colleges Is Lousy Advice

The use of data mining allows CCRC researchers to understand why so many community college students end up with excess credits,​ writes​ Campus Technology.

FEBRUARY 28, 2018
More Community Colleges Using Multiple Measures for Readiness

Inside Higher Ed writes about CAPR's new survey shopwing the spread of reforms to developmental education.

FEBRUARY 23, 2018
Without Addressing Basic Needs, Student Success Strategies Fall Short

Technology-assisted advising can help improve student success, but colleges need to be aware of the potential for reinforcing preexisting biases, says​ Hoori Santikian Kalamkarian in this EdSurge story about the Achieving the Dream conference.

FEBRUARY 14, 2018
Putting Money Where His Mouth Is?

Judith Scott-Clayton talks with Inside Higher Ed about the impact of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's budget on higher education and the new Excelsior Scholarship.

FEBRUARY 07, 2018
Mich. Colleges Find Success With Pathways

​Davis Jenkins talks with Community College Daily about the progress of Michigan community colleges in implementing guided pathways reforms.

FEBRUARY 05, 2018
Why Transfer Mission Matters

​Davis Jenkins talks with Inside Higher Ed about the importance of integrating career and transfer programs at community colleges in response to the push for more vocational education.

JANUARY 25, 2018
Why Black College Graduates Default on Their Student Debt More Than White Dropouts

Several news organizations including MarketWatch wrote about Judith Scott-Clayton's latest report for Brookings' Evidence Speaks series, which discusses new, longer-term data on debt and default and reveals that default rates are rising but need to be broken down to see where the real crisis lies.

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