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Keeping the College Promise Past Two Years


Discover the six areas higher education stakeholders should consider based on the research conducted on the efficacy and value of the promise programs.  

Key Takeaways:

predict_page_assets_time_conflict_icon-03Promise Programs Are Not a Silver Bullet for What Is Ailing Higher Education  

monitor_new_icons-02Focus On First-Year Success

laccd_icons-03Reconsidering General Education Offerings Is Necessary

aprc_pathways_icon_darkDefining and Refining Pathways Is Crucial

laccd_icons-02Effectively Integrate Two-Year Pathways Into Four-Year Institutions Through Robust Transfer Agreements

monitor_new_icons-06Consider Modalities When Exploring How Best To Support Your Students 

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