Re-Envisioning College Readiness Reforms: Florida's Statewide Initiative and Promising Practices in Other States
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: 1: Christine G. Mokher is an Associate Professor of Higher Education in the College of Education at Florida State University, and a Senior Research Scientist at CNA. She was the Principal Investigator for the IES-funded evaluation of the Florida College and Career Readiness Initiative. Her research expertise is in college and career readiness and student transitions from secondary to postsecondary education. 2: Elisabeth Barnett conducts research on the transition from high school to college, including projects focusing on transition courses, dual enrollment, early and middle college high schools, assessment, college and career readiness, and workforce education. 3: Daniel M. Leeds is a Research Analyst with CNA. He is a quantitative research analyst with expertise in quasi-experimental research design, and his research has focused on student responses to education policies such as financial aid, guaranteed college admission, and state accountability labeling. 4: Julie C. Harris is a Senior Education Researcher at SRI International, . She is a quantitative researcher, and her research focuses on college and career readiness, career and technical education, English learners, school choice, and educational equity.
Publication date: March 4, 2019