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A race against time: 2 ways to push students toward higher retention, completion rates

A new report by Ad Astra suggests how higher education can alleviate potholes inhibiting students from completing their degrees faster—and thus—at a higher rate.

Leaders, students are on different pages when it comes to supporting degree completion

Anthology's latest research paints a telling picture of where communication streams are mixed on what it takes to support students on their way to a degree.

How degree-granting colleges can reap rewards from alternative pathway students

Several degree-granting colleges and universities have found ways to open students' accessibility to pathway programs—while keeping the door open for continued education.

Degrees from these 10 schools add the most value to a graduate’s salary

A degree from a university on this last can add over $94,000 on top of the $61,600 median salary earned by a 25-34-year-old, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Metrics and misconceptions: Why measuring outputs in higher education isn’t enough

It’s time for institutions and researchers to prioritize a more holistic system of assessing and improving student outcomes, rather than relying solely on surface-level metrics like outputs.

Know who you enroll: the 6 traits of the upcoming college student

Key takeaways EAB gathered in their latest meta-report paint a comprehensive picture of higher education's future college cohort: "Gen P." The report draws from conversations with over 20,000 high school students, counselors, parents, EAB partners and college enrollment teams.

Virginia joins 9 others eliminating state jobs requiring 4-year degrees

One association believes this move incentivizes individuals to apply for jobs during a tight labor market and a shrinking talent pool.

The 5 trends that will predict the course of higher education

More than ever, institutions need to reimagine how they address affordability and outcomes and remodeling the workforce and business model.

Good news! Current students believe their degree is worth the cost

The driving factor leading to public and private nonprofit institutions students' high regard for their degree is their trust that it adequately prepares them for life after college.

How colleges can leverage time to lower costs and improve student success

As college prices rise, there is one issue affecting the cost of college that neither side can argue with and which postsecondary institutions can readily address: Time.

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