DOWNLOAD THIS BRIEF TO LEARN MORE ABOUT HOW LEARNING SCIENCE, ADAPTIVE TECHNOLOGY, AND PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS ARE HELPING TO CLOSE THE ATTAINMENT GAP FOR LOW-INCOME, FIRST-GENERATION STUDENTS

In this brief, we explore how expanding access to college is not enough to improve social mobility for students coming from low and moderate income families. Despite initiatives such as the Pell Grant program and other scholarship opportunities that have greatly expanded access, colleges and universities are realizing the need to focus on completion strategies so that every student has the best possible chance of attaining a degree.

This white paper discusses:

  • How student enrollment trends are shifting to more first-generation, low-income, Pell grant, minority, and/or working adult students.
  • How institutions must understand the unique challenges that first-generation, low-income, and minority students often face in order to improve retention and close the attainment gap.
  • How many colleges and universities are using learning science, adaptive technology and predictive analytics to address the unique learning challenges of underserved students, and improve retention and completion rates.

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