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Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the primary mechanism through which postsecondary students gain access to federal, state, and institutional financial aid. In order to encourage cities…

Education, Learning and Evaluation

Building Cities by Degrees

While completion of a college credential is a critical step toward increasing one’s viability in today’s labor market, only about 40 percent of Americans earn an associate’s or bachelor’s degree…


Addressing Basic Needs Security in Higher Education

This research brief outlines three studies led by Dr. Sara Goldrick-Rab at Temple University designed to help identify effective approaches to secure and address postsecondary students’ basic needs, so more students…

Education, Human Services

Driving Postsecondary Success with Impact Investing

This research by Avivar Capital, funded by The Kresge Foundation and Lumina Foundation, identifies capital barriers and maps opportunities to deploy various forms of capital – including mission-related and program-related investments –…

Education, Social Investment Practice

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