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The library contains research, technical reports, and tools to support access to college, in particular for students from disadvantaged backgrounds. Explore the database through the topics below or use the search engine to find resources on topics of your own interest.
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Uneven at the start: Differences in state track records foreshadow challenges and opportunities for Common Core (added November 11, 2013)
Intentionally successful: Improving minority student college graduation rates (added November 11, 2013)
Impact of award displacement on students and their families: Recommendations for colleges, universities, policymakers and scholarship providers (added November 11, 2013)
Reshaping the college transition: States that offer early college readiness assessments and transition curricula (added October 23, 2013)
States with guaranteed college admissions policies for high school graduates (added October 23, 2013)
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