Years after assessment initiatives won favor at many four-year institutions, Gates and Lumina foundations fund effort to create universal system for two-year institutions to monitor and improve student success.
Why does the U.S.'s northern neighbor look so much better in global rankings of college completion, and how might the gap be closed?
NCAA study finds continued progress in athletes' graduation success.
Data on associate degrees and certificates awarded show upturn -- but not nearly enough to put U.S. on track to Obama goal.
24 public college systems develop new way of counting enrollments and completion rates -- which show they have long way to go to close achievement gaps for minority and needy students.
Study suggests the rise of community colleges has contributed to a plummeting bachelor's degree attainment rate.
Under renewed scrutiny about student degree attainment, presidents of historically black colleges say current measurements don't capture truth about outcomes.
2 groups of independent colleges announce new efforts to identify ways to enroll and graduate more low-income students.
5 foundations back new group to propel state efforts to get more people into and out of college with credentials.
A year after politicians and pundits started talking about three-year degrees, more colleges are starting programs or considering them.
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