CLEARINGHOUSE PRESS RELEASES
Higher Ed Lessons Learned During the Great Recession May Provide Insights HERNDON, Va.--(April 15, 2020)—As the nation addresses the current economic turmoil caused by the coronavirus, National Student Clearinghouse Research Center data may help clarify how...
National Student Clearinghouse Names Education Executive Pepe Carreras as Vice President of Education Solutions
HERNDON, VA -- (April 13, 2020) -- The National Student Clearinghouse named today Pepe Carreras as Vice President of Education Solutions. In this role, Mr. Carreras will be responsible for the strategic oversight and leadership of the Clearinghouse’s Business...
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- 7 rural community colleges join effort to boost student outcomes
- A Labor Shortage Could Be Our Economy’s Biggest Downfall
- Why More Latino Students Are Deciding Against College
- The Changing Landscape of Credential Offerings
- Higher-ed’s pandemic roadblock stops growth in college degrees
- A steady stream of Latino students was arriving on college campuses. Then the pandemic hit.
- Students Earning Undergraduate Degrees Stalled in Pandemic
- These 2 groups will study impact of permanent closures
- New online-education landscape beginning to emerge
LATEST RESEARCH REPORT
The 2020 update shows that of those who began postsecondary education at a community college in fall 2013, lower-income students were half as likely as their higher-income peers to have transferred to a four-year institution (24% vs. 40%) and to have attained a bachelor’s degree (10% vs. 21%) within six years of first entry.
The Some College, No Degree report series seeks to understand the educational trajectories of millions of Americans who left postsecondary education without receiving a degree or certificate.
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