HIP – Key Research & Reports

Pathways through College: Strategies for Improving Community College Student Success
B. Rath, K. Rock, and A. Laferriere
Our Piece of the Pie*, Inc.
April 2013

Portable, Stackable Credentials: A New Education Model for Industry-Specific Career Pathways
J. Austin, G. Mellow, M. Rosin, and M. Seltzer
McGraw-Hill Research Foundation
November 2012

Get With the Program: Accelerating Community College Students’ Entry into and Completion of Programs of Study
D. Jenkins and S.W. Cho
Community College Research Center
January 2012 

Farther, Faster: Six Promising Programs Show How Career Pathway Bridges Help Basic Skills Students Earn Credentials that Matter 
J. Strawn
August 2011 

Sense of Direction: The Importance of Helping Community College Students Select and Enter a Program of Study
C. Moore and N. Shulock
Institute for Higher Education Leaderships & Policy, California State University, Sacramento
August 2011 

Pathways to Prosperity: Meeting the Challenge of Preparing Young Americans for the 21st Century
W. Symonds, R. Schwartz, and R. Ferguson
Harvard Graduate School of Education
February 2011 

The Road Less Traveled: Realizing the Potential of Career Technical Education in the California Community Colleges
C. Moore, J. Offenstein, and N. Shulock
Institute for Higher Education Leaderships & Policy, California State University, Sacramento
February 2011 

The Shapeless River: Does a Lack of Structure Inhibit Students’ Progress at Community Colleges?
J. Scott-Clayton
Community College Research Center
January 2011

Issue Brief: Career Pathways and the Hard to Employ
A. Gash and M. Mack
Social Policy Research Associates
September 2010

Career Pathways: Aligning Public Strategies to Support Individual and Regional Economic Advancement in the Knowledge Economy
D. Jenkins
Workforce Strategy Center
August 2006

Building Pathways to Success for Low Skill Adult Students: Lessons for Community College Policy and Practice from a Statewide Longitudinal Tracking 
D. Prince and D. Jenkins
Community College Research Center, Columbia University

Building a Career Pathways System: Promising Practices in Community College-Centered Workforce Development
J. Alssid, D. Gruber, D. Jenkins, C. Mazzeo, B. Roberts, and R. Stanback-Stroud
Workforce Strategy Center