Improving Graduation Rates at California State University
The James Irvine Foundation Briefing Series
About the Program
In recent years, the California State University system has significantly improved graduation rates. This is a financial and economic boon to students, who earn more as college graduates, and the state, which needs more college-educated workers. What can we learn from this success? And how can we improve upon the progress already made? Research fellow Jacob Jackson will provide an overview of the system’s progress to date and the implications for future efforts.
This research was supported with funding from The Sutton Family Fund.