This working paper examines the postsecondary outcomes of students who participated in early college high schools in North Carolina. The paper finds that early college students received postsecondary credentials at a higher rate than control students.
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What Happens When You Combine High School and College? The Impact of the Early College Model on Postsecondary Performance and Completion
This What Works Clearinghouse review assesses the quality and findings of a study on the impact of the Bottom Line Counseling college advising model.
The Effects of Grant Aid on Student Persistence and Degree Attainment: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of the Causal Evidence
The provision of grant aid is important to students’ postsecondary opportunities and success. It is well established that grant aid increases the probability of enrollment in postsecondary education. This article presents a systematic review and meta-analysis of the best available evidence of the effect of grant aid on postsecondary persistence and degree attainment.
This toolkit equips higher education practitioners with the knowledge and tools they need to carry out rapid cycles of data-driven improvement to study corequisite remediation, a common initiative being adopted by many colleges.
This brief highlights MDRC's efficacy evaluation of the Male Student Success Initiative at the Community College of Baltimore County. The research team is part of the College Completion Network.
The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) Winter 2018–19 surveys include data on postsecondary graduation rates, outcome measures, student financial aid, and admissions.