This report from NBER examines the impact of a comprehensive case management intervention that is designed specifically to help low-income students overcome the multitude of barriers to college completion.
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Increasing Community College Completion Rates among Low-Income Students: Evidence from a Randomized Controlled Trial Evaluation of a Case Management Intervention
In this series of blog posts, leadership teams from Hispanic Serving Institutions and Historically Black Colleges and Universities and their partner institutions share their lessons learned on establishing research training programs.
How did the coronavirus pandemic disrupt undergraduate student enrollment, housing, and finances in the spring of 2020? This blog post highlights preliminary data from the 2019–20 National Postsecondary Student Aid Study (NPSAS:20).
Baccalaureate and Beyond (B&B:08/18): First Look at the 2018 Employment and Educational Experiences of 2007–08 College Graduates
This report from the National Center for Education Statistics describes outcomes of 2007–08 bachelor’s degree recipients in 2018, about 10 years after graduation. Outcomes include financial well-being, student loan borrowing and repayment, post-baccalaureate enrollment, employment history, earnings, job characteristics, and teaching status.
On July 26, 2019, the National Center for Education Research of the Institute of Education Sciences convened a group of experts, including representatives from the College Completion Network, to discuss the current state of the field of research and practice for helping students navigate through postsecondary education. This document summarizes each session within the meeting and intends to accurately chronicle the main presentation and discussion points.
Experimental Evidence on the Impacts of Need-Based Financial Aid: Longitudinal Assessment of the Wisconsin Scholars Grant
This report presents the findings from the first long-term experimental evaluation of a need-based financial aid program, the privately funded Wisconsin Scholars Grant.