Carries out research in partnership with five states—Florida, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio, and Virginia—to better understand the employment and earnings benefits associated with a broad range of postsecondary education pathways, including those at the subbaccalaureate level.
With almost two-dozen carefully chosen topics listed on the homepage, academics are sure to find something to pique their interest and stretch their knowledge. Check out App of the Week for tips on education-friendly applications for your phone, tablet, and computer. Next, take a look at the Online Education section, penned by professors experimenting with web-based formats. Creating a free account with the site allows readers to access Free Reports, a compendium of dozens of reports on topics relevant to higher education, each packed with ten to twelve citations for further investigation. The White Papers section is another excellent resource that examines some of the most important issues in academia; however, this service is available for a fee." Scout Report 9/5/2014
system of interrelated surveys conducted annually by the U.S. Department’s National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). IPEDS gathers information from every college, university, and technical and vocational institution that participates in the federal student financial aid programs.
Serves Michigan post-secondary education by creating an active network for educators to research and share best practices, to refine strategies for quality programs, and to advocate for developmental education
"contains information on hundreds of standardized and occupation-specific descriptors. O*NET lists and describes occupations that are directly connected to academic programs from which students graduate, and the broad knowledge, skills, and abilities that are required them."
Full-text journal and ERIC Document results of a literature search matching = TX ( "middle college" OR "early college" ) AND DE ( "dual enrollment" or "concurrent enrollment" OR "Acceleration (Education)" AND Full-text
Off-campus users will be prompted for their library logon (last name and 7-digit Raider #)
"MEMCA is an affiliate organization of the Middle College National Consortium (MCNC). These schools blur the border between high school and college to create “blended institutions” offering students a chance to begin college work while still in high school."