Pell is Not Enough: Exploring the Experiences of Participants in Second Chance Pell
Overview: Exploring the Experiences of Second Chance Pell is a mixed methods research study examining the implementation and facilitation of the Second Chance Pell Experiment, originally launched in 2015. Conducted over three years and with support from Lumina Foundation, the research includes data collected from staff, students, and alumni affiliated with 9 higher education institutions.
Developing a Dual Enrollment Research Agenda
Overview: The purpose of this project is to examine existing dual enrollment/concurrent enrollment (DE/CE) evidence to clarify and articulate the existing DE/CE evidence base and help develop a forward-looking research agenda that can help advance more equitable DE/CE policies and programs.
"Invest in U" ISA Research
Overview: A CHERP researcher team is conducting a mixed methods study to examine students’ experiences with the Invest in U program and the impact of Invest in U.
The Landscape of Higher Education in Prison
Overview: This research examines and analyzes the provision of postsecondary education in U.S. carceral settings – prisons, jails, and detention centers for youth and adults.
Degrees When Due (DWD)
Overview: The CHERP research team is leading a multi-year mixed-methods study of the DWD initiative to examine the implementation and impact of DWD.
Prior Learning Assessment
Overview: CHERP researchers partnered with the Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education and the Council on Adult and Experiential Education to examine the outcomes Prior Learning Assessments (PLA) on adult student outcomes. The study involved a large, national sample of 72 institutions.
Credit When It's Due (CWID)