New Research Brief on Persistence and Postsecondary Success for Black Students in NC Community Colleges

In their new research brief, John M. Belk Impact Fellows Tafui Leggard and Victoria Bryant teamed up with Belk Center Director of Teaching and Learning Engagement Monique N. Colclough, PhD to explore barriers and opportunities to persistence and postsecondary success for Black students attending North Carolina’s community colleges.

Using Completion by Design’s Loss/Momentum Framework, this brief highlights opportunities to promote Black student persistence at every step along the path to degree or credential attainment. A must-read for community college leaders and anyone working to strengthen postsecondary pathways for North Carolina’s students! Many thanks to our partners at the John M. Belk Endowment and The Hunt Institute for their support of the Impact Fellows program, and to Tafui and Victoria for their exceptional work this year.

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