Provides a wealth of handbooks, newsletters, briefs, tutorials, and tools to assist through the twists and turns of program evaluation. Includes information for planning, data collection and analysis, and strategies to share results.
Provides a Brief, Workbook and Interactive Tool to assist state and local agencies with identification of alignment opportunities and facilitation of cross-agency conversations related to ESSA, Perkins V, IDEA and WIOA. Provides an interactive tool enabling swift search of laws addressing college and readiness topics for specific language in efforts to find new alignment opportunities.
Presents a compilation of articles related to college alcohol prevention and mental health promotion. This particular issue presents the findings of the 2008 National Study of Student Hazing. Other topics covered include social norms marketing, a discussion of prevention efforts, and methods for evaluating environmental prevention.
Presents early findings from Center for the Analysis of Postsecondary Readiness (CAPR)’s nationally representative survey of nearly 1,000 open-access and nonselective postsecondary institutions on development education in colleges and innovations eduators are developing and implementing to address their shortcomings.
Rates of higher education student mental health problems had already been on the rise. From 2012 to 2018, for example, the number of self-reported suicide attempts more than doubled among college undergraduates. Since then – in large part because of the pandemic – college leaders have expressed increased concern for the mental health of students.
For incarcerated men and women, access to higher education and training provides second chances and the opportunity to forge a new future once released. This episode of ALL IN looks at the impact of higher education for formerly incarcerated Hoosiers, why so many obstacles remain in their way, and ongoing programs and efforts to make things better.
Incarcerated people at two prisons in the Delta will be able to start earning four-year degrees from Mississippi Valley State University this fall for the first time in more than two decades. Valley State’s Prison Educational Partnership Program (PEPP) is part of a growing number of colleges providing classes in prison with Second Chance Pell, a federal program that is restoring access to income-based financial aid for incarcerated people.
Sometimes students need extra support to reach their full potential. It can come in the form of tutoring, financial aid and many other resources. Ensuring students, especially high-risk students, have the tools to succeed ensures better workers entering the professional world and a stronger workforce.