Thirty Colleges From Around the Country are Taking Part in the Project
The American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) is leading the Pathways Project, a multi-year effort striving to help community colleges design and implement structured academic and career pathways for all students. Thirty colleges from around the country are taking part in the project, which is being funded with a $5.
As the U.S. economy continues to recover from the 2008 Great Recession, America’s community colleges continue to experience declining enrollments, overall. However, those overall declines mask great variability in enrollment changes, which in this year’s analysis, varied from 65 percent increase to a 260 percent decrease.
All Disciplines (Grand Total) 14 All Disciplines, Total Non-Minority 14 All Disciplines, Total Minority 15 All Disciplines, African American 15 All Disciplines, American Indian 16 All Disciplines, Asian American 16 All Disciplines, Hispanic 17...
For the past several years, we have been chronicling a steady but modest decline in community college enrollment and its association to an improving economy. That trend appears to be continuing. Fall 2013 enrollment declined by 2.2 percent from Fall 2012 as the U.
1 Moore Norman Technology Center Okla. 526 1165 639 121.5% 2 Charlotte Technical Center Fla. 276 567 291 105.4% 3 Southwest Technology Center Okla. 58 104 46 79.3% 4 D A Dorsey Educational Center Fla. 81 138 57 70.4% 5 Warren County Career Center Ohio 243 392 149 61.