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August 2017 | Colleen Moore, Kathy Reeves Bracco, and Thad Nodine

This brief is the second in a series that is examining California's approach to gathering and sharing longitudinal data about students' progress through state's education systems. 

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November 2016 | Jodi Lewis, Kathy Reeves Bracco, Colleen Moore, Thad Nodine, Andrea Venezia

This report examines the policies and practices that support student transfer from the California Community Colleges to the California State University through perspectives of students, administrators, and staff.


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February 2011 | Nancy Shulock, Colleen Moore, and Jeremy Offenstein

This report examines four high-wage, high-need career pathways in the California Community Colleges as a basis for exploring the career technical education mission and its role in the college completion agenda. The study found that the potential of CTE to help meet the state’s completion, workforce, and equity goals is not fully realized due to a lack of priority on awarding technical certificates and degrees and an absence of clear pathways for students to follow in pursuing those credentials. The report offers recommendations to strengthen the CTE function. 


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October 2010 | Colleen Moore and Nancy Shulock

This report analyzes the progress and outcomes of degree- and certificate-seeking students in the California Community College system. The study tracked the 2003-04 entering cohort over six years, analyzing their progress along a series of intermediate milestones and completion outcomes by race/ethnicity. The report emphasizes that low completion rates and continued racial/ethnic disparities pose serious risks to the state’s future prosperity and offers recommendations for changes to policy and practice with a goal of improving student success, especially among underrepresented minority populations.


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February 2008 | Nancy Shulock, Colleen Moore, Jeremy Offenstein, and Mary Kirlin

This report integrates IHELP's earlier work on how to increase student success. It proposes a specific agenda for policy change that could lead to significant and lasting increases in student success.

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