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Using High School Data to Explore Early College Success on Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia

This REL Pacific report examines early college success on Pohnpei, Federate States of Micronesia (FSM). » More info


Pathways to Teaching: Teacher Diversity, Testing, Certification, and Employment in Washington State

To better understand Washington state's shortage of teachers of color, REL Northwest investigated the junctures at which teacher candidates—especially candidates of color—are likely to leave the teacher career pathway. » More info


Indiana and Minnesota Students Who Focused on Career and Technical Education in High School: Who Are They, and What Are Their College and Employment Outcomes?

REL Midwest examined characteristics of Indiana and Minnesota high school students who concentrated in a career and technical education program of study and compared their college and employment outcomes with those of similar students who completed few or no career and technical education courses. » More info


Identifying Indicators that Predict Postsecondary Readiness and Success in Arkansas

REL Southwest examined the extent to which college and career readiness indicators in middle and high school, aligned to the Arkansas ESSA plan, predict outcomes of postsecondary readiness (ACT scores), initial college enrollment, and college persistence. » More info


The Effects of Accelerated College Credit Programs on Educational Attainment in Rhode Island

This study from REL Northeast & Islands found that participation in accelerated college credit programs—dual/concurrent enrollment and Advanced Placement testing—has a large, positive, and statistically significant effect on high school graduation, college enrollment, and college readiness. » More info