How Outcomes Metrics Can Better Reflect Community College Performance

Presents an argument for improving the metrics used to assess community college performance. The paper suggest that when it comes to evaluating the performance of two-year institutions, traditional outcomes metrics can provide an incomplete picture, failing to account for the multiple missions of community colleges, the diversity of the students they serve, and the variety of educational pathways those students pursue.

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