College completion rates for men of color at open- and broad-access postsecondary institutions are significantly lower than completion rates for female students of any race or ethnicity. This report presents early findings from the Male Student Success Initiative, a pilot program at the Community College of Baltimore County, which is aimed at improving college completion rates for men of color.
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CCNPushing Toward Progress: Early Implementation Findings from a Study of the Male Student Success Initiative
This What Works Clearinghouse Evidence Snapshot explores the effects of the Integrated Basic Education Skills and Training (I-BEST) program on students' ability to complete their training program faster than traditional programs.
This What Works Clearinghouse Evidence Snapshot explores the effects of Success Boston Coaching on students’ transition from high school to college and progress in college.
This U.S. survey of gap year experiences, which was conducted in 2014–15 and reached hundreds of gap year alumni, represents a comprehensive exploration of American students' gap year experiences.
These Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) tables from the National Center for Education Statistics include data from the 2018–19 academic year, cohorts that ended prior to Fall 2019, and admissions data from Fall 2019.
This webinar from the Center for Applied Research for Postsecondary Education explores opportunities to leverage text messaging interventions and other virtual nudges to support the goal of increasing college enrollment, persistence, and credential attainment.