NEBHE launched the first phase of its college-completion project, New England 2025.
Supported with a Lumina Foundation grant and the National Center for Higher Education Management Systems, NEBHE’s Department of Policy and Research built a series of state-level “dashboards” and models that can examine college completion and various metrics with new levels of sophistication.
These models allow decision-makers and users to take otherwise complex sets of data and formulas and test various scenarios to better understand the realities around raising degree attainment in each of the New England states.
Coupled with these models, NEBHE has also developed a college-completion “toolkit,” which can produce the models, additional reading and information on college completion, and state-level summaries of college completion that can give the reader an “under two minute” briefing on the state of college attainment in the region.
All the material is available online at https://www.nebhe.org/policy-research/new-england-2025/.
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