A diverse array of stakeholders have expressed an unmistakable hunger for more comprehensive, higher-quality data on our nation’s postsecondary system. In response to the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) Committee’s white paper on consumer information, organizations repeatedly called for better data on a variety of measures, including student progression and completion especially for post-traditional, part-time and transfer students, Pell Grant recipients, and those attending community colleges.
Committed to improving college access and success in higher education for all students, with a special focus on underserved populations
Through the PostsecData Collaborative, IHEP is leading advocacy and research efforts to improve postsecondary education data quality and use. Through the Collaborative, IHEP facilitates critical conversations, builds coalitions, and generates research and resources.
This report examines the challenges facing 21st century students and presents strategies for addressing these challenges through policy- and practice-based solutions at the institutional, state and national levels.