In this preliminary research brief, the network's University of Virginia research team at the Nudge4 Solutions Lab shares initial results from their study examining whether mobile messaging nudges can increase degree attainment among near-completers.
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This report, from the American Institutes for Research, studies how the costs of early colleges compare with the costs associated with traditional high school education, as well as how the costs compare with the economic benefits of early colleges.
Researchers at MDRC and the Community College Research Center examined whether a program that provided students with access to redesigned developmental courses prior to degree enrollment played a role in program participants’ postsecondary outcomes.
Can Re-Enrollment Campaigns Help Dropouts Return to College? Evidence from Florida Community Colleges
This working paper from the University of Florida provides an analysis of a text message-based re-enrollment campaign delivered in partnership with several Florida community colleges.
Following up on a report released in 2016, researchers from the City University of New York used an experimental design to examine the longer term impacts of enrolling students in corequisite mathematics remediation, in which students take college-level courses while receiving additional supports.
This report from the Education Insights Center describes the strategies that five California State University campuses are using to improve academic advising for students.