College & Career Readiness (K-12)
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This article examines the peer-reviewed literature on academic probation interventions with college and university students in the United States.
This research brief is the fourth in a series of four exploring early outcomes for recent high school graduates who enroll in community colleges. In this study, the relationships between attaining an associate degree and five outcomes in early adulthood are explored.
Use our Starfish Student Success Plan Template to help build out your initiatives on campus.
Starfish Analytics is a cohesive suite of tools and services designed to transform campus-wide student success using data, analytics and intervention management.
Garner best practices, tips and insights on how to increase student success at the community college level from institutions similar to your own.
The CCLR Budget Trends 2018 report provides an analysis of CCLR funding sources and category spending at nearly 300 schools and districts. K-12 administrators can use the report to identify funding sources, compare current spending distributions, and make adjustments as needed.
This white paper examines the need to expand the definition of college and career readiness beyond the basics. Learn about the research behind the six CCLR Framework competencies as well as implementation strategies and tips on expanding CCR in schools and districts.
Implementing a comprehensive student success solution across all offices, departments and schools on campus helps to connect the many silos and simplify efforts that previously might have been unknowingly duplicated. Establishing a holistic approach and achieving faculty engagement are key milestones when working to provide the best student success network to students.
Campus CIOs are forecasting that a personalized, integrated and coherent student experience will become a key differentiator for higher education institutions.
Ramapo’s use of Starfish has evolved from a student success office initiative and tool to an institution-wide student success strategy.
The research-backed CCLR Framework outlines six competencies that students in grades 6-12 must achieve to become college, career and life ready. Each competency outlines themes and objectives as well as grade-specific activities. Educators can use this practical toolkit to create a comprehensive, research-backed CCLR scope and sequence for any size school or district.
"The Student Success Matrix is helping to engage our institutions to support culture change and get the conversation going.”