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Decatur, Emily – New England Board of Higher Education, 2018
Higher education students in the U.S. have been transferring at record levels. More than two-thirds who earn bachelor's degrees from four-year institutions today have changed colleges at least once according to the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center. However, the U.S. Department of Education reported in 2015 that on average, students…
Descriptors: College Transfer Students, College Credits, Time to Degree, Educational Policy
New England Board of Higher Education, 2018
Surveys of New England employers, college academic officers, and graduates find that many consider today's college graduates inadequately prepared for the world of work. In 2017, the New England Board of Higher Education convened the Commission on Higher Education & Employability, under the leadership of Rhode Island Governor Gina M. Raimondo.…
Descriptors: Education Work Relationship, Employment Potential, College Graduates, Career Readiness
Patel, Pooja – New England Board of Higher Education, 2017
"Part I: Are DACA Students Still Safe to Stay?" was originally published in the "New England Journal of Higher Education" on April 25, 2017. Following unsuccessful attempts in Congress to provide a legal pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants, including the DREAM Act of 2010, President Obama introduced an executive…
Descriptors: Undocumented Immigrants, Access to Education, College Students, Student Financial Aid
Dorfman, Luke – New England Board of Higher Education, 2016
With college and career readiness driving K-12 education goals in the United States today, states are focusing more acutely on policies to ensure their students are well prepared for postsecondary and professional success. While states may adapt their education policies in pursuit of these goals, a question about implementation at the local level…
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Educational Change, Educational Policy, College Readiness
Williams, Candace – New England Board of Higher Education, 2016
"Dual enrollment" refers to programs in which students take postsecondary courses while simultaneously enrolled in high school. While programs differ among and within states, all programs share the goal of supporting students to complete their postsecondary education more quickly and cheaply while also fulfilling high school graduation…
Descriptors: Dual Enrollment, Educational Policy, High School Students, College Credits
Chan, Monnica; O'Connor, Tim; Peat, O'Connor – New England Board of Higher Education, 2016
The New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE), with support from Lumina Foundation, investigated whether the use of Khan Academy could increase community college student success in developmental math coursework, support embedded math content in technical courses, and prepare students to take or retake college placement tests. Khan Academy, an…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Two Year College Students, Developmental Studies Programs, Remedial Mathematics
Syverud, Gretchen; Williams, Candace – New England Board of Higher Education, 2016
Higher education institutions--as major employers of the workforce, purchasers of goods and services, managers of real estate, and attractors of external investment--are frequently the subject of research measuring economic impact. This research often falls into one of two categories: (1) institution-focused studies that measure the monetary…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Geographic Regions, Economic Impact, Human Capital
Blauth, Erika; Hadjian, Sarah – New England Board of Higher Education, 2016
The movement toward proficiency-based learning is gaining momentum at secondary schools across New England and beyond. Proficiency-based learning is the system of instruction, assessment and grading based on demonstration of skills that meet performance standards or "proficiencies." The goal of proficiency-based learning is to better…
Descriptors: Selective Admission, Colleges, Universities, High School Graduates
New England Board of Higher Education, 2016
In an effort to support college affordability in the region, the New England Board of Higher Education initiated the "Redesigning Student Aid in New England" project ("Redesigning Aid") in 2014. Funded by Lumina Foundation, "Redesigning Aid" combined custom state financial aid research with expertise of national…
Descriptors: Student Financial Aid, State Aid, State Programs, Student Costs
Hannenmann, Laura; Hazenbush, Matthew – New England Board of Higher Education, 2014
Across New England, an increasing share of jobs will require some postsecondary education by 2020. Yet, the National Student Clearinghouse findings demonstrate that student pathways to a degree or credential are not always straightforward. In New England, approximately 25% of all students who earned a bachelor's degree had previously attended a…
Descriptors: Postsecondary Education, College Transfer Students, Community Colleges, Two Year Colleges
Chan, Monnica; Srey, Channa – New England Board of Higher Education, 2012
As New England and the nation at large become obsessed with "college completion," there is a leak in the pipeline. Many students leave high school who are not "college ready." These students, upon entering college, are often steered toward "remedial" courses that cost money and time. Remedial courses are also…
Descriptors: College Readiness, Common Core State Standards, Educational Policy, Educational Practices
Wilson, Blenda J. – Connection: The Journal of the New England Board of Higher Education, 2007
The national Commission on the Future of Higher Education provides some deserved criticism of the way U.S. higher education currently works. Insofar as higher education institutions are the intellectual and economic engines that power New England, it is prudent for them to re-examine higher education in New England today from the perspective of…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Access to Education, Student Costs, Student Financial Aid
Kahlenberg, Richard D. – Connection: The Journal of the New England Board of Higher Education, 2007
The Spellings Commission report calls for greater access to higher education for low- and moderate-income students, greater transparency in the way higher education works and greater accountability for producing results. These recommendations are all significant in their own right, but the three concepts also converge to provide powerful support…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Democratic Values, Accountability, Access to Education
Long, Bridget Terry; Ansel, Dana – Connection: The Journal of the New England Board of Higher Education, 2007
A college degree has become the ticket to the middle class. Yet, at the same time, the cost of achieving this milestone has increased considerably. For many students and families, the only way to meet the substantial cost of higher education is to take out loans. While some amount of debt may be acceptable--after all, it is important for students…
Descriptors: Middle Class, Debt (Financial), College Graduates, Paying for College
Haycock, Kati; Gerald, Danette – Connection: The Journal of the New England Board of Higher Education, 2007
There has been a surge of attention to issues of access and success in higher education. The U.S. Education Secretary's Commission on the Future of Higher Education has discussed it. State policymakers are proposing new goals and accountability systems to address these issues. Even the mainstream press has been increasingly critical of higher…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Low Income Groups, Graduation Rate, Accountability
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