Contains published and unpublished sources on thousands of educational topics, with information from RIE (Resources in Education) and CIJE (Current Index to Journals in Education), in addition to the ERIC index and database. Includes 1.1+ million records from 1,016 journals and other documents from 1966 to the present.
Byline: Joan Hope NEW ORLEANS - Guided pathways have led to increased completion numbers for community colleges that have implemented them. The pathways provide students with a clear map to completion. But just providing a list of courses for students to take is not enough. Effective guided pathways require "long-term, large-scale institutional change," said Kay McClenney, senior advisor to the president and chief executive officer at the American Association of Community Colleges.
In a new set of studies, the Community College Research Center explores what
states and community colleges can do to address the needs of racially minoritized adult learners who want to return to college to retrain for a new job, pursue a better job, or earn more money—especially in light of job losses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ganga, E. & Glatter, H. (2021). How community colleges can bring back black, Hispanic, and Native American adults back to campus and help them earn valuable credentials. Columbia University. Teachers College. Community College Research Center. https://ccrc.tc.columbia.edu/media/k2/attachments/adult-students-press-release.pdf
Byline: Halley Sutton CHICAGO - How do you ensure that students at your community college are making the most of their time, money, and effort and successfully leveraging your resources to complete their goals while at your institution? It was a problem facing the Alamo Colleges, five community colleges located in the San Antonio, Texas, area, whose students were falling behind the state averages for transfer and completion rates.
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