This journal article discusses findings from a study examining ASLOMP participant characteristics, experiences, and education and career outcomes.
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
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This infographic provides information learned from a follow-up study assessing longer term impacts of Early College High Schools on students’ postsecondary outcomes 6 years after expected high school graduation.
This technical report describes the statistical analyses conducted by AIR, including value-added modeling, to produce the database of colleges that the client uses when applying the final weights and producing the website of ranked 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.
This infographic 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.
This infographic provides an overview of findings from a study on early college outcomes of Indiana students who received Pell Grants or 21st century scholarships.
This infographic illustrates data obtained from the 2019 National Survey of Postsecondary Competency-Based Education.
This journal article discusses a study investigating the short- and longterm impacts of "GO Centers," a student-run, college information program that provides information about all aspects of the college-going process to academically prepared Texas public school students on the margin of attending college. The results indicate that GO Centers led to a large increase in college application rates and a small increase in college enrollment rates but no increase in college completion rates.
This policy brief outlines a set of recommendations for establishing indicators of college and career readiness in Boston.
This journal article discusses a study that used data from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System and the Delta Cost Project to identify institutional predictors of bachelor’s degree completion rates for Pell Grant recipients and nonrecipients at public and private not-for-profit 4-year institutions. The results suggest that Pell Grant recipients are relatively concentrated in institutions with demographic and structural characteristics associated with lower completion rates, including lower SAT scores, enrollment, and residential intensity.