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Study Finds Connection Between Public Community College Promise Programs and Enrollment Increases

A new study funded by the American Educational Research Association (AERA) found a correlation between public community college promise programs and an increase in enrollment among female and underrepresented students.

How colleges can make prior learning assessment more equitable

One in 10 students got credit for work experience, with low rates among Black, low-income and community college students, a recent study found.

The Pandemic’s Effect on Community College Enrollment

As COVID-19 began to spread this past spring, course enrollment dropped substantially at California’s community colleges, especially among African American and Native American/Alaska Native students.

New Federal Survey Data Show the Pandemic Has Hit Would-Be College Students Hard

Predictions for the effects of the pandemic on students enrolled in education after high school were grim from the outset — and new survey data from the Census Bureau confirm that.

The Many Forms of Postsecondary Inequity

New federal data highlight differences in educational outcomes across many individual variables.

Planning for a Changing Labor Market

Shifting labor markets due to COVID-19 recovery require new data analyses to identify in-demand sectors. A panel of experts will discuss tools and approaches to accomplish that goal.
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