In this video, AIR's Ben Kalina discusses his research for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Solution Network project on how networks of professional development providers work collectively to support higher education administrators, faculty, staff, and students.
This blog post presents four common factors that help foster a sense of belonging on campus for student veterans, as well as steps that postsecondary institutions can take to foster student veterans’ sense of belonging on campus.
This infographic examines five well-known, publicly available national college rankings systems chosen because of their widespread use and/or their focus on student outcomes.
This webinar featured a short presentation of research findings suggesting that credit-bearing credentials are worth about 17% more annually than non-credit-bearing credentials, and was followed by a discussion led by Candace Hester, Ph.D. with Scott Cheney, MPP, CEO of Credential Engine and Irma Perez-Johnson, Ph.D., vice president and Workforce Program Area director at AIR. Access the related slide deck here.
This blog post uses data from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) to present key statistics on distance education course offerings and enrollments at U.S. colleges.
This blog post discusses the many unique challenges that student veterans face as they pursue postsecondary education and how these challenges are similar to the challenges faced by adult students.
This video provides a brief overview of social network analysis, a relationship-mapping research method that allows researchers to find and analyze patterns within a group.
This website, created by AIR researchers, provides useful information to data reporters and to data users on the data elements related to distance education collected in IPEDS.
In this op-ed, AIR researchers provide three key takeaways for policymakers who want to implement effective articulation policies to help community college transfer students complete their bachelor’s degrees.
In this podcast, CARPE intern Sakshee Chawla interviewed Robert Nathenson, a senior researcher at AIR. He spoke about the research behind Children Development Accounts as a means to save for college and thereby improve outcomes for children, families, and society at large.