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Community College Research Center @ Teachers College, Columbia University
The mission of CCRC: "CCRC studies community colleges because they provide critical access to postsecondary education and are uniquely positioned to promote equity and social mobility in the United States. Our mission is to conduct research that helps these institutions strengthen opportunities and improve outcomes for their students, particularly those from underserved populations."
Established in 2009, Complete College America is a bold national advocate for dramatically increasing college completion rates and closing institutional performance gaps. We work with states, systems, institutions, and partners to scale highly effective structural reforms and promote policies that improve student success.
Florida Pathways Institute
Florida Pathways is a statewide guided pathways implementation effort designed to scale pathways to dramatically boost completion and improve the social and economic mobility of graduates. The Florida Student Success Center (center) leads Florida Pathways, which is modeled on the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) Pathways Project.
What is Guided Pathways—and why are we still talking about it?
Two years after EAB published its 2017 white paper about Guided Pathways, this is a refresher on what Guided Pathways is, why it has been so challenging to implement, and profile the most promising strategies.
What We Know About Guided Pathways
Research overview from March 2015 by the Community College Research Center @ Teachers College, Columbia University.
Why the Work of Guided Pathways Is Valuable for Students
Results of a survey conducted by the Center for Community College Student Engagement in 2018 and 2019,