Reports highlight strategies for boosting enrollment, success of low-income students

01/17/2014 | Diverse: Issues In Higher Education

Methods colleges and universities can use to increase enrollment and graduation rates among minority and low-income students are the focus of two reports released Thursday by the advocacy group The Education Trust. The reports highlight common practices among institutions, including focusing on student success and using data analysis to identify problem areas and solutions. "Colleges need to assume their share of responsibility for making sure students have the supports they need to complete," Education Trust President Kati Haycock said.

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