This blog from our network research team at RAND Corporation and the American Institutes for Research (AIR) uses data from a randomized controlled trial at five community colleges in Texas to show how corequisite remediation could support students who are suffering from COVID-19 school closure-induced learning loss.
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One Year Later: Relationship Between 2015–16 Bachelor’s Degree Recipient Enrollment in Further Education and Pell Grant Receipt
This report from the National Center for Education Statistics examines enrollment and financial aid status for students pursuing further education the year after earning bachelor's degrees. This report compares students who had a Pell Grant as an undergraduate and those who did not.
This blog post from researchers at the American Institutes for Research summarizes a study on the postsecondary experiences of student veterans, which sought to understand factors that impact student veterans’ sense of belonging at postsecondary institutions.
This report from REL Northeast & Islands examined participation in accelerated college credit programs, dual enrollment, concurrent enrollment, and Advanced Placement courses in Rhode Island high schools to understand their effects on educational attainment.
Bottom Line provides intensive advising for high schools students from low-income households. This What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) Intervention Report reviews and summarizes the research on Bottom Line and its impacts on students.
This report from the Regional Educational Laboratory Pacific examines predictors of college readiness and early college success among students who graduated from Guam public high schools and enrolled at Kulehon Kumunidåt Guåhan (Guam Community College) or Unibetsedåt Guåhan (University of Guam).