National Reports
Past initiative — Conducted September 1, 2011 - August 31, 2014

National Reports for the High-Impact Practices Initiative

The following reports by the Center for Community College Student Engagement present key findings from a multi-year Center initiative, Identifying and Promoting High-Impact Educational Practices in Community Colleges, and bring together survey responses from entering students, experienced students, faculty, and institutions. Data sources include the

 

Matter_of_Degrees: Practices to Pathways A Matter of Degrees: Practices to Pathways, the third report in the series, describes relationships between selected student outcomes and student participation in high-impact educational practices. The report also sets forth the critical next-level challenge in community college work: strengthening student success by identifying the educational practices that matter most and integrating them into intentionally designed academic and career pathways.

 

CCIS_DiscussionGuide A Matter of Degrees: Engaging Practices, Engaging Students is the second report of this series and describes the relationship between students’ participation in particular practices and their levels of engagement in college. The report looks at which of these practices appear to engage students effectively. These findings, along with those in the third report, give colleges information they can use to focus resources on practices that are most likely to help more students complete college successfully.

 

Matter_of_Degrees: Promising Practices for Community College 
                        Student Success A Matter of Degrees: Promising Practices for Community College Student Success is the first in a three-part series of reports exploring 13 promising practices for strengthening community college student engagement and success.

 

Methodology Supplements for High-Impact Practices Reports

A Matter of Degrees: Engaging Practices, Engaging Students

A Matter of Degrees: Practices to Pathways


The Center’s work on identifying and promoting high-impact practices has been generously supported by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Lumina Foundation.

 

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