The American Council on Education’s (ACE) Center for Policy Research and Strategy (CPRS), with support from Hobsons, released a report that examines the impact of factors such as dual enrollment, academic performance and testing, financial aid, and campus engagement on successful upward transfer rates for community college students.
With an increasing focus on dual enrollment and college access, K-12 institutions and community colleges have put an emphasis on working together to provide the best experience for students. Join Dr. Mary Rittling and Dr. David Schuler as they discuss partnerships developed in their communities to increase access to community college, prepare students to be college-ready, and to foster student success in high school, college, and beyond.
One community college in Houston, Texas, discovered a unique way to bridge the gap between high school and higher education for students in its community.
In Texas, the Manor Independent School District is working to help each student graduate with two pieces of paper – a high school diploma and an industry certificate.
AASA, The School Superintendents Association, and Hobsons—the world’s leader in connecting learning to life—announced a joint Clinton Global Initiative America Commitment to Action to improve access and student success in community college.