Monthly Archives: June 2018


When transcript typos stand in the way of college

A commentary in EdSource by IEBC Senior Director of IT and Analytics John Watson sheds light on an interrupted pathway. Minding the small and ordinary can make an extraordinary difference for students. California’s public university systems — the University of California and the California State University — have identified high school course requirements (known as [...]

By | June 9th, 2018|Uncategorized|

Finding it hard to go ‘All In’?

Read "The Problems and Promise of Bringing Educational Interventions to Scale” by Brad Phillips in Medium. Going all-in sounds exciting in poker but not for most educational institutions. Few are willing to bet big on going to scale with interventions, even if these interventions are research-based and have shown promise in improving student outcomes. So why [...]

By | June 9th, 2018|College & Career Readiness|