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Dual Enrollment Programs
High school graduates who enter college with credits from dual enrollment are more likely to succeed in college according to the latest research from ACT.
8 Key Findings About STEM in the U.S.
Read the latest key findings in one of the most high-demand fields, where numerous obstacles in students’ preparation for STEM careers are addressed.
The Art of Declaring a Major
Sticking to an intended major is more consistent when that area of study aligns to a student’s measured interest and expressed certainty at the time of ACT registration.
“X Factor” for College Readiness: Student Motivation and Goals
Research shows that middle school students who have higher motivation scores earn higher grades during high school.
“X Factor” for College Readiness: Parent Involvement
Parents involved in their child’s education can be a strong influence on academic achievement and postsecondary plans.
“X Factor” for College Readiness: Perceptions of Education
If a student doesn’t see college as important, they might rule out the option altogether.
Guidelines for Preparing Students Early
Put students them on the pathway to educational and career success with these three tips.
Preparing Students Early: College & Career Planning
The sooner you can measure students’ strengths, weaknesses, and interests, the better you can be at putting them on the pathway to success.
Evening the Odds for College-Bound Students
A holistic approach to career and college readiness curricula for college-bound students.
The “X Factors” of College Readiness
How school and student characteristics affect college readiness.
K-12 Holistic Framework Higher Education
Success is multidimensional. Preparation for success should consider this.
Increasing demand, decreasing supply - four ways to close the gap.