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What Community College Management Practices Are Effective in Promoting Student Access? A Study of High-and-Low-Impact Institutions

What Community College Management Practices Are Effective in Promoting Student Access? A Study of High-and-Low-Impact Institutions

This study, conducted by the Community College Resource Center (CCRC), identifies community college management practices that promote student success. This study builds on earlier CCRC research using national survey data. It used transcript-level data on 150,000 students in three cohorts of first-time Florida community college students and a regression methodology to estimate the effect that each of Florida’s 28 community colleges had on the probability that its students would achieve a successful outcome, after controlling for characteristics of the individual students. This effect can be seen as a measure of value added--the impact that a college has on its students’ educational success independent of the characteristics of individual students. It then ranked the colleges according to... Show More
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Tina Pitt
Tina Pitt (Faculty)
4 years ago
The link for this resource goes to a generic ERIC search on community colleges.