News from EPSA
Inside Higher Ed takes an in-depth look at findings from a recent study by Professor Scott-Clayton and Economics and Education PhD student Veronica Minaya on the effects of federal work-study participation on students' academic and employment outcomes. Published: 7/31/2015 1:26:00 PM
Melinda Karp, PhD 2006 in Sociology & Education, was featured in an NPR story, "The Writing Assignment that Changes Lives." Published: 7/22/2015 2:07:00 PM
Professor Bailey talks about the complexity of the college transfer process in an Associated Press article. Published: 7/16/2015 10:24:00 AM
Professor Bailey discussed his new book, Redesigning America's Community Colleges: A Clearer Path to Student Success, with WNYC's Leonard Lopate. Published: 7/14/2015 1:26:00 PM
Prof. Jeffrey Henig is quoted in the Washington Post article "Even as Congress moves to strip his power, Arne Duncan holds his ground" by Lyndsey Layton. Published: 7/9/2015 11:32:00 AM
Professor Scott-Clayton spoke at the Senate HELP committee's hearing on college affordability on June 3, and made recommendations to reduce complexity in the federal student aid application and loan repayment processes. Published: 6/4/2015 9:05:00 AM
Prof. Huerta is quoted in an Education Week article "Charter Sector Challenged by Quality of School Boards," by Adrianna Prothero. Published: 6/1/2015 1:49:00 PM
Tom Bailey in the Washington Post: "Guided Pathways" Needed to Boost Community College Student Success
In a May 12, 2015 Washington Post Op-Ed, "Rethinking the 'Cafeteria' Approach to Community College," Professor Bailey argues that in order to substantially increase student completion, community colleges must engage in fundamental redesign. Published: 5/14/2015 4:01:00 PM
Priscilla Wohlstetter: Helping Educators Implement the Common Core. Jan. 8, 2014
"What is helping the Common Core succeed in NYC? Is New York City on track to ensure that the new Common Core standards will address academic achievement gaps and build skills like problem solving and persistence that also are crucial to college and career readiness? What steps should the next administration take to ensure this happens? "
Read her essay here and the follow-up conversation on Twitter here.