Our Spotlight video series is highlighting each of our network research teams and their projects. In this video, Zack Mabel, Ed.D., an associate policy research scientist at the College Board, describes the Nudges to the Finish Line project.
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CCNStudent Experiences in English Corequisite Remediation Versus a Standalone Developmental Education Course: Findings from an Experimental Study in Texas Community Colleges
This report 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 examine contrasts in student experiences between corequisite remediation and standalone developmental education courses.
Demographic and Academic Characteristics Associated with College Readiness and Early College Success in the Republic of the Marshall Islands
This report from the Regional Educational Laboratory Pacific examines the college readiness and early college success of students who graduated from Republic of the Marshall Islands high schools and enrolled at the College of the Marshall Islands.
This What Works Clearinghouse practice guide provides community colleges with five specific recommendations for supporting occupational skills training through career pathways.
Do College and Career Readiness and Early College Success in Indiana Vary Depending on Whether Students Attend Public, Charter, or Private Voucher High Schools?
This report from the Regional Educational Laboratory Midwest examines the characteristics of students who attended different types of high schools in Indiana and the students' performance on indicators of college and career readiness and early college success.
This report from the Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice examines the efficacy of a set of informational interventions using text-message communication delivered across a variety of institutions and geographic areas with a national sample of college undergraduates.