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Are Residents Losing Their Edge in Public University Admissions? The Case at the University of Washington
December, 2012
Grant Blume, Marguerite Roza

Public universities across the country are shifting more spots to nonresidents (who pay higher tuitions) in order to plug budget gaps. This case study examines admissions data at the University of Washington in order to...


How Public Universities Close Budget Gaps Matters For States
December, 2012
Alicia Kinne, Marguerite Roza, Patrick J. Murphy, Betheny Gross

Cuts to state support for higher education have prompted some universities to raise tuition, admit more out-of-state students, and increase enrollment to close budget gaps. This analysis compares these three strategies in...


The Sheepskin Effect and Student Achievement: De-emphasizing the Role of Master's Degrees in Teacher Compensation
July, 2012
Raegen Miller, Marguerite Roza

This Center for American Progress brief dissects the nation’s sizeable investment in master’s bumps as a means of highlighting policy obstacles to a more smartly differentiated compensation approach.


The 'Master's Pay Bump': Why Ending It Shouldn't Frighten Ed. Schools
December, 2009
Patricia Wasley, Marguerite Roza

This analysis argues that in the current fiscal climate, districts should rethink automatically paying teachers for master's degrees, and consider how money could instead be channeled into compensation in ways that lead to...


Separation of Degrees: State-By-State Analysis of Teacher Compensation for Master's Degrees
July, 2009
Marguerite Roza, Raegen Miller

This analysis argues that in the current fiscal climate, districts should rethink automatically paying teachers for master's degrees, and consider how money could instead be channeled into compensation in ways that lead to...


Can Transfer and Articulation Policies Propel Community College Students to a Bachelor's Degree—and Is This the Only Goal?
May, 2009
Betheny Gross, Dan Goldhaber

This brief considers the role of transfer and articulation policies in higher education policy and administration.


Community College Transfer and Articulation Policies: Looking Beneath the Surface
April, 2009
Betheny Gross, Dan Goldhaber

This paper explores the relative importance of specific policy components on post-secondary outcomes, and how such policies impact students with different aspirations or economic and ethnic backgrounds.


Community Colleges and Higher Education: How Do State Transfer and Articulation Policies Impact Student Pathways?
May, 2008
Dan Goldhaber, Betheny Gross, Scott DeBurgomaster

This paper reviews state cross-institutional policies designed to better integrate community colleges with four-year college and university system schools, and examines how patterns of college attendance, transfer, and degree...

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