Cornelia Grumman examines the need for additional support at the college level to get more students to and through college.
Education Week summarizes the latest Consortium data showing increases in college graduation rates for Chicago Public Schools students.
The Chicago Teachers Union celebrates the increase in college graduation rates and acknowledges UEI's On-Track as driving some of that increase.
In response to data released by the Consortium on the number of CPS students getting to and through college, Illinois universities and colleges are partnering with CPS to increase college completion rates.
Graphics showing various data released by the Consortium regarding the updated numbers of CPS graduates attending college.
Kaleen Healey is interviewed for WBEZ's Afternoon Shift to discuss the rising college graduation rates for CPS students.
Kaleen Healey is quoted in this piece, analyzing the Consortium's recent finding that racial gaps still persist among CPS students earning degrees.
Elaine Allensworth and Greg Darneider answer questions related to The To&Through Project.
The University of Chicago's summary of the Consortium's finding that 14% of CPS freshman are now earning four-year degrees.
Elaine Allensworth of the Consortium is quoted in this explanation of The To&Through Project.
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