Connecting the Dots and Data to Improve Student Success
Student persistence, retention, and completion rates need to improve, and there’s no shortage of advice and literature on what works. Yet, it is surprising that rates have only slowly improved.
Two reasons may explain it – the first concerns data, and the second is the connection – or lack thereof – between services and support, and the students who need it.
This report, written by Tom Green Ph.D. discusses:
- The current state of student success
- Models and frameworks needed to organize the possible data points
- How to connect the dots, data, and services in a “wrap around” approach to student success