In this brief, researchers used data from the Study of Deeper Learning: Opportunities and Outcomes to explore whether students’ opportunities for deeper learning are similarly beneficial for different types of students (e.g., male and female students, English language learners and native English speakers).
This paper presents research estimating the impacts of the “pathways” chosen by community college students on credential attainment compared with labor market value.
This report volume provides state-by-state case studies and technical appendices related to data collection and analysis.
This report presents findings related to student and school characteristics associated with early college success from a cohort study of 2014 Indiana high school graduates entering Indiana public 2- or 4-year colleges.
This report presents findings of a study examining the impact of providing parents with an informational brochure about the role of Algebra II in college access on students’ grade 11 Algebra II completion rates in Texas.
Three overarching recommendations and eight goals, written by the Georgia Employability Skills Task Force, address the main challenges in ensuring opportunities for every student to develop the skills needed to be successful in their careers and in life.
In this brief, researchers used data from the Study of Deeper Learning to examine whether students attending deeper learning network schools do indeed report more equitable learning opportunities than students in comparison schools.
This article provides an overview of a study on pathways and outcomes achieved by a cohort of community college students in Kentucky during a 6-year period.
This policy brief summarizes findings about effective articulation policies and practices.
This webinar series shows how to use data to demonstrate the value of competency-based education programs for students, campus leaders, policymakers, and other stakeholders.