Community College Review

Research and issues magazine.

Articles from Vol. 29, No. 3, Winter

A Comparison of Learning Outcomes for Dual-Enrollment Mathematics Students Taught by High School Teachers versus College Faculty
Dual enrollment allows students to earn college credit while concurrently enrolled in high school. Transferability of the credit is key concern, as some institutions discriminate between credits earned in courses taught by college faculty and those...
Concurrent-Use Campuses: Part of the New Definition of Access
As the national and state economies move from the industrial to the information age, the need for individuals with baccalaureates is increasing. Preparation and geographical access to postsecondary education are important components of meeting this...
Eric Review: Community College Students: Recent Findings and Trends
Recent shifts in student composition have shaped and will shape community college mission and policies. Community college faculty and administrators should be aware of enrollment shifts, changing admissions standards, and fluctuating age, gender composition,...
Innovative Linkages: Two Urban Community Colleges and an Elite Private Liberal Arts College
This paper reports on the result of two case studies of innovative transfer agreements between urban community colleges and an elite private women's college. Transfer agreements between Miami-Dade Community College and Smith College as well as Santa...
What Influences Student Persistence at Two-Year Colleges?
The Higher Education Act of 1992 increased the availability of student loan funds dramatically. Using the National Student Postsecondary Aid Study, this study examines the difference in effects of background, achievement and aspiration, college experience,...
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