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Online Learning: Does It Help Low-Income and Underprepared Students? (Assessment of Evidence Series)
(Community College Research Center Teachers College, Columbia University, 2011-01-01)
Online learning has generated enthusiasm for its potential to promote greater access to college by reducing the cost and time of commuting and by allowing students to study on a schedule that is optimal for them. The article ...
The “Traditional” College Student: A Smaller and Smaller Minority and Its Implications for Diversity and Access Institutions
(Stanford CEPA, 2011-11-01)
What happens when a norm of behavior becomes the exception numerically, yet the social construction of that norm remains prominent? When such a situation occurs, those who do not conform to that norm tend to be marginalized ...
The Role of Intergovernmental Relations in K-12 to Higher Education Transitions
(Center for Education Policy Analysis (CEPA), 2011)
The majority of American students who successfully complete high school today reach graduation without satisfying even the minimal qualifications for admission to a four-year college or university (Green and Forster, 2003). ...
Charting Pathways to Completion for Low-Income Community College Students
(Community College Research Center Teachers College, Columbia University, 2011-09-01)
This article uses administrative data from Washington State to chart the educational pathways of first-time community college students over seven years, with a focus on young, socioeconomically disadvantaged students. The ...