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Back to School for the New Majority in Higher Ed

By 2025, our workforce will be short as many as 11 million credentialed workers unless we significantly increase the number of students getting to and through college. And that means that we must do a better job of serving the new majority of students--including those students who have children or are balancing a part- or full-time job. These students bring high but often fragile aspirations to colleges and universities that too often are not equipped to meet their needs.

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Building a Culture of Curiosity: A Leaders & Lessons Conversation with Dr. Archie Cubarrubia

Data is the engine driving much of the innovation in higher education. Dr. Archie Cubarrubia of Miami Dade College shares how they are putting a focus on data to make student learning outcomes transparent to their community.

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A Year in Review: Progress Toward Higher Education Transformation

In 2015, impressive advances have taken place in support of student success thanks to the work of partners and grantees across the country.

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Mod Your Future: How Basic Tech is Changing Life Plans

Whatcom Community College is empowering students to take control of the direction of their life with a new online degree planning tool.

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My American Dream: An Education

"That’s when I realized education could be my ticket to a better future."

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