Cal State LA Implementing Fast-Track Math Teacher Preparation Program

  The state of California has awarded California State University, Los Angeles a nearly $250,000 grant to create a fast track for students studying to become math teachers. The grant from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC) will be … Continue reading Cal State LA Implementing Fast-Track Math Teacher Preparation Program

UCF President Hitt: How We’re Using Digital Learning to Increase Access and Improve Outcomes

This blog was originally published on The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities blog on October 10, 2017 With all of the benefits higher education offers individuals and society, why do so many universities pride themselves on whom they keep out? … Continue reading UCF President Hitt: How We’re Using Digital Learning to Increase Access and Improve Outcomes

(Re)Connect to College – Working with “Stop-out” Students in Cleveland

Cleveland State University (CSU) and College Now Greater Cleveland are collaborating on a project called (Re)Connect to College – aimed at helping stop-out students to return to the University and earn their degrees. Ohio has a statewide goal of increasing … Continue reading (Re)Connect to College – Working with “Stop-out” Students in Cleveland

Georgia State University Scales Student Success Model to Reach a Broader Student Population

At Georgia State University, we have successfully raised graduation rates, lowered time to degree, and decreased debt for our students by utilizing data and predictive analytics to pilot, evaluate, revise, and scale initiatives that eliminate barriers to student success. These … Continue reading Georgia State University Scales Student Success Model to Reach a Broader Student Population

All Hands on Deck: Partnering with Faculty to Redefine Excellence for Our Students and University

“Professor, I cannot thank you enough for this. You gave me hope! I’ll do my best!” recently emailed Miguel, an FIU first-year student, adding, “[T]his has relieved a great deal of stress.” His professor had written to those who hadn’t … Continue reading All Hands on Deck: Partnering with Faculty to Redefine Excellence for Our Students and University

Bridge to the Future: CSUN Puts College on the Agenda for Canoga Park High School Students

In Canoga Park, a community in Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley, many students at Canoga Park High School aren’t planning to attend for college. Most are low-income, many are first-generation immigrants, and some come from families whose members have less … Continue reading Bridge to the Future: CSUN Puts College on the Agenda for Canoga Park High School Students

Social Justice and Student Success at Georgia State University

Georgia State University (GSU) has demonstrated that students from all backgrounds can succeed. Situated in downtown Atlanta, GSU graduates more low-income, Latino and Asian American students than any university in Georgia and more African American students than any university in the country. Continue reading Social Justice and Student Success at Georgia State University

A Boot Camp for Innovation in Bioscience: LABioStart

Entrepreneurs play a critical role in our economy. The innovations they develop have a cascading effect on job creation, standards of living, and growth in related industries. Teaching talented individuals to become entrepreneurs themselves and supporting them as they launch … Continue reading A Boot Camp for Innovation in Bioscience: LABioStart