This video is a recording of an in-person event focused on aligning expectations for new teachers between K–12 and educator preparation institutions.
CARPE has curated an array of resources produced by AIR staff at the time of publication on topics related to our primary bodies of work:
- Transition to Postsecondary Education
- Postsecondary Education
- Transition out of Postsecondary Education
Search for resources on a particular topic by typing keywords such as “community colleges,” “college readiness,” or “survey research.”
This report examines the impact of corequisite remediation on students underprepared in reading and writing and whether corequisites have differential impacts on students with different characteristics.
This report presents findings of a study that sought to (a) identify factors that predict positive STEM-related postsecondary outcomes for students in Texas and (b) determine whether the association between predictive factors and outcomes differs between Hispanic and non-Hispanic White students.
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 blog post discusses the important role survey research can play in capturing diverse perspectives of military veterans – especially veterans of color and women.
This collection of resources provides a comprehensive set of guidance, strategies, and tools for engaging districts and schools in equity-oriented career and college readiness program planning and a continuous improvement process.
This paper describes the postsecondary transitions of students taking career and technical education courses in high school, using administrative data on one cohort of high school graduates in Washington state.
This archived webinar recording and slide presentation discusses the use of behavioral science ‘nudges’ in postsecondary settings to increase college enrollment, persistence, and attainment.
In this video, our research teams discuss the benefits of participating in the College Completion Network, with a focus on how collaborating with fellow researchers and higher education practitioners is helping the teams provide high-quality, actionable evidence that can help move the dial on college completion.
This Statistics in Brief examines the distribution of college majors between the classes of 1992–93 and 2007–08. It also explores how the relatedness of 2007–08 bachelor’s degree recipients’ jobs to their college major differs from that of 1992–93 bachelor’s degree recipients, 4 years after receiving their bachelor's degrees.