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Anderson, Rachel – Institute for Higher Education Policy, 2019
State longitudinal data systems can be a powerful tool to support student success and spur equity-minded improvement throughout state education systems, but state policymakers must ensure that students' information is safe and secure. In a case study looking at Louisiana's efforts to secure student data, this profile illuminates some of the…
Descriptors: Data Collection, Privacy, Student Records, Data Use
Peters, Eleanor Eckerson; Roberson, Amanda Janice; Voight, Mamie – Institute for Higher Education Policy, 2019
This report shares the perspectives and aspirations of 17 low-income and working-class students based on interviews the Institute for Higher Education Policy (IHEP) conducted over two semesters of their college journeys. The report identifies opportunities for policymakers and institutional leaders to support all students through completion,…
Descriptors: College Students, Paying for College, Tuition, Student Loan Programs
Salanger, Connor; Davis, Leanne; Ajinkya, Julie – Institute for Higher Education Policy, 2019
Student debt is a major barrier to adult student reengagement and degree completion. Institutional debt forgiveness is one approach to addressing the affordability barrier for returning students. This guidebook features an interview with leaders at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, who share details about the innovative debt-forgiveness…
Descriptors: Educational Innovation, Strategic Planning, Educational Attainment, Debt (Financial)
Grama, Joanna Lyn – Institute for Higher Education Policy, 2019
Our current federal postsecondary data system is incomplete and fails to provide today's students with the accurate, timely information that they need to inform their college choices and promote their success. As policymakers consider proposals to improve this federal data system, it is critical that they work in tandem to protect students'…
Descriptors: Privacy, Information Security, Postsecondary Education, Information Systems
Bussey, Karen; Dancy, Kim; Voight, Mamie – Institute for Higher Education Policy, 2019
Accurately evaluating what works -- and what doesn't -- to improve student progression through higher education requires the robust use of reliable data. States play a pivotal role in compiling and using data to empower student choice, spur continuous institutional and system improvement, and develop evidence-based solutions that promote college…
Descriptors: Postsecondary Education, Evidence Based Practice, Data Collection, Data Use
Mugglestone, Konrad; Dancy, Kim; Voight, Mamie – Institute for Higher Education Policy, 2019
Public flagship universities are often the most selective, rigorous, and well-resourced public schools in each state, and their important status and name recognition play an important role in raising the college-going aspirations of state residents. Flagships are well-positioned to promote social and economic mobility. However, increasingly high…
Descriptors: Access to Education, Educational Equity (Finance), Low Income Students, Resource Allocation
Arnold, Nathan; Voight, Mamie; Morales, Jessica; Dancy. Kim; Coleman, Art – Institute for Higher Education Policy, 2019
As the higher education landscape has expanded beyond issues of access and affordability to include an emphasis on student completion and employment outcomes, accreditors can play a leadership role in advancing this important change. A shift to student success that rightfully centers in part on closing equity gaps between low-income students and…
Descriptors: Educational Improvement, Accreditation (Institutions), Data Use, Academic Achievement
Davis, Leanne; Watts, Kimberly; Ajinka, Julie – Institute for Higher Education Policy, 2019
Nearly 41 million American adults live 25 miles or more from the nearest university or college, or in areas where only a single community college offers accessible public higher education. This physical isolation leads to stark economic inequities, where the wealthiest 10 percent of the nation's zip codes are considered "college-rich"…
Descriptors: Postsecondary Education, Rural Areas, Educational Innovation, Educational Strategies
O'Hara, Amy – Institute for Higher Education Policy, 2019
Our current federal postsecondary data system is incomplete and fails to provide today's students with the accurate, timely information that they need to inform their college choices and promote their success. As policymakers consider proposals to improve this federal data system, they should model best practices of responsible data-use to ensure…
Descriptors: Postsecondary Education, Information Dissemination, Information Management, Information Security
Institute for Higher Education Policy, 2018
Public flagship universities were established to provide an excellent education to their states' residents and are therefore well-positioned to enhance social and economic mobility within their states. Yet in many cases, too few low-income students and students of color have access to these elite colleges and the opportunities they provide. This…
Descriptors: Public Colleges, Access to Education, Low Income Students, Minority Group Students
Peters, Eleanor Eckerson; Voight, Mamie – Institute for Higher Education Policy, 2018
Public flagship universities were established to provide an excellent education to state residents. These premier, well-resourced institutions are therefore ideally positioned to address the longstanding inequities in college access and completion. With proven histories of tackling societal challenges head-on, such as combating climate change and…
Descriptors: Public Colleges, Access to Education, Minority Group Students, Low Income Students
Institute for Higher Education Policy, 2018
Public flagship universities were established with a mission to provide an excellent education to their states' residents and are therefore well-positioned to enhance social and economic mobility within their states. Yet in many cases, too few low-income students and students of color have access to these elite colleges and the opportunities they…
Descriptors: Public Colleges, Access to Education, Minority Group Students, Low Income Students
Institute for Higher Education Policy, 2018
Public flagship universities were established with a mission to provide an excellent education to their states' residents and are therefore well-positioned to enhance social and economic mobility within their states. Yet in many cases, too few low-income students and students of color have access to these elite colleges and the opportunities they…
Descriptors: Public Colleges, Access to Education, Minority Group Students, Low Income Students
Institute for Higher Education Policy, 2018
Public flagship universities were established to provide an excellent education to their states' residents and are therefore well-positioned to enhance social and economic mobility within their states. Yet in many cases, too few low-income students and students of color have access to these elite colleges and the opportunities they provide. This…
Descriptors: Public Colleges, Access to Education, Minority Group Students, Low Income Students
Institute for Higher Education Policy, 2018
Public flagship universities were established to provide an excellent education to their states' residents and are therefore well-positioned to enhance social and economic mobility within their states. Yet in many cases, too few low-income students and students of color have access to these elite colleges and the opportunities they provide. This…
Descriptors: Public Colleges, Access to Education, Minority Group Students, Low Income Students
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