Research + News | Topic: College Completion
Mar 18, 2021
The Pandemic’s High – And Largely Overlooked – Toll On ‘In-Betweeners’
The pandemic’s toll on the “In-Betweeners,” those on the cusp between Gen Z and millennials, has been significant — and largely overlooked. Read the article here.
Apr 27, 2020
Will Students Show Up For College In Fall 2020? Community Colleges Offer A Hint. It Isn’t Pretty
Ask a community college president about what school will look like in the fall and be prepared for an eye roll, lots of shrugging and even a baffled look or two. Read the article here.
Apr 17, 2020
The Pressures Of A 2020 College Graduate
You had it all planned out. Then, this virus came along and changed everything. Read the article here.
Mar 23, 2020
US Colleges Scrambled To React To The Coronavirus Pandemic. Now Their Very Existence Is In Jeopardy
In the span of roughly two weeks, the American higher education system has transformed. Its future is increasingly uncertain. Read the article here.
Sep 16, 2019
Survey Results: Today’s Students Are Skipping College
Tim Elmore takes a look at some of the generational differences between Millennials and Gen Z and their views on higher education. Read the post here.
Jun 13, 2019
Why ‘Follow Your Passions’ Is Bad Advice For Graduates
Four countercultural insights for outgoing students. Read the article here.
Jul 16, 2018
Why Rural Michigan Teens Are Skipping Out On College. It’s Not Grades
The road to college can be scary for small town teens. Read the article here.
Jul 3, 2018
The Value Of Education
Young people are getting paid less than their contemporaries in the year 2000. Take a look at the data here.
Apr 25, 2018
Students Want Faster Degrees. Colleges Are Responding
Colleges are offering accelerated degrees, giving students the opportunity to graduate sooner and with less debt, but is this a good idea? Read the article here.
Jul 5, 2017
The Latest Research On Helping Students To Fail Forward
Are students passing classes even though they don’t complete assignments and they often fail tests? Tim Elmore explores this topic in a blog post.
Read his blog here.