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How Public Input Shapes the Clerc Center's Priorities: Identifying Critical Needs in Transition from School to Postsecondary Education and Employment.
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Postsecondary Student Success: Chapter 2 - Free download as PDF File . df), Text File . xt) or read online for free. How can community partners ensure that college success includes career supports, particularly for disconnected students? This chapter features an interview with leaders from Made in Durham-a public–private partnership in Durham, North Carolina-who work to re-engage young people who are disconnected from both school and career opportunities.
higher education is experiencing a time of shifting landscapes, of new technologies, and of unfamiliar competitors. These and other factors, including decreasing public support for colleges and universities, mean that student success is increasingly paramount as a strategic goal for postsecondary institutions. While institutional-level activities such as increased funding for and emphasis on student advising and predictive analytics are crucial, they are insufficient for postsecondary institutions to realize broad and consistent student success.