Despite all the challenges of this year, CCRC researchers continued to launch new work, engage with the field, and chart the pandemic's impact on community colleges. Here, we reflect on the year that was, highlighting these accomplishments and more.
This post describes how, as the pandemic nears the end of its second year, community college degrees continue protect graduates and whether initial pandemic-related disruptions are becoming permanent features of the labor market.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect community college students. This blog post summarizes the level of disruption at the start of this academic year compared to the disruptions of the last academic year in a simple phrase: “half as much.”
This is blog post analyzes U.S. Census data to gauge how school has changed during the pandemic for students who said they planned to attend community college. Findings suggest future students may not be as well-prepared as prior community college cohorts.