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Searching for Our Lost Associate's Degrees - IHEP Report from October 2013
This report, released in October 2013 by the Institute for Higher Education Policy, dicusses the implementation and implications of a multi-state project to re-engage students who dropped out of Associate's Degree programs despite being within striking distance of attaining the degree.
Emerging Federal Role for Competency Education
This report, released on April 25, 2013, is the the first part of KnowledgeWorks' "Competency Education Series." The report is designed to help policymakers develop a deeper understanding of the competency model, the growing national movement, and key barriers within federal accountability and assessment systems that pose a challenge to this work.
Powerpoint Presentation for the 2/26/13 GED Webinar
This is a copy of the presentation that Brian Smith from the GED Testing Service provided during the webianr entitled "The New GED" What to Expect in 2014" on February 26, 2013.
Non-Traditional Student and Single Parent Accessibility Self-Assessment for Colleges and Universities
This new self-assessment tool by Women Employed allows colleges and universities to evaluate whether internal policies and programs are sensitive to the needs of non-traditional and parenting students, providing them with the support they need to complete their certificate or degree program.
Back on Track through College in the Rio Grande Valley
This report was released by first Focus in August 2012 and highlights activities being undertaken in the Rio Grande Valley region to address dropout recovery and promote psotsecondary success.
Building Capacity for Reconnecting Youth
This brief is designed to assist community and state leaders, youth advocates, educators, and other stakeholders interested in improving or expanding upon the options for struggling students and out-of-school youth.  It provides background on important aspects of building capacity to help local- and state-level stakeholders think about where to start, how to assess how their community or state is doing, and how to improve or expand upon work already under way. 
Cross-System Collaboration for Reconnecting Youth
This brief is designed to assist community and state leaders, youth advocates, educators, and other stakeholders interested in improving or expanding upon the options for struggling students and out-of-school youth.  It provides background on important aspects of cross-system collaboration to help local- and state-level stakeholders think about where to start, how to assess how their community or state is doing, and how to improve or expand upon work already under way.
Data Collection and Use for Reconnecting Youth
This brief is designed to assist community and state leaders, youth advocates, educators, and other stakeholders interested in improving or expanding upon the options for struggling students and out-of-school youth.  It provides background on important aspects of data collection and use to help local- and state-level stakeholders think about where to start, how to assess how their community or state is doing, and how to improve or expand upon work already under way. 
Funding for Reconnecting Youth
This brief is designed to assist community and state leaders, youth advocates, educators, and other stakeholders interested in improving or expanding upon the options for struggling students and out-of-school youth.  It provides background on important aspects of funding to help local- and state-level stakeholders think about where to start, how to assess how their community or state is doing, and how to improve or expand upon work already under way. 
State and Local Policy for Reconnecting Youth
This brief is designed to assist community and state leaders, youth advocates, educators, and other stakeholders interested in improving or expanding upon the options for struggling students and out-of-school youth.  It provides background on important aspects of policy to help local- and state-level stakeholders think about where to start, how to assess how their community or state is doing, and how to improve or expand upon work already under way. 
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