The Central Texas College Access and Persistence Program Evaluation: Outcomes and Impacts Summary Report.
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n partnership with E3 Alliance, the Ray Marshall Center (RMC) is participating in the Central Texas College Access and Persistence Program Evaluation. The evaluation seeks to increase regional capacity to provide critical and effective support to traditionally underrepresented college students to help ensure that they enter college and persist in their studies through completion. The project has two primary goals: 1) to increase Austin College Access Network (ACAN) member awareness of the nature and breadth of college access and persistence services offered in Central Texas and identify service gaps; and 2) to increase the capacity of ACAN member organizations for program evaluation and continuous improvement activities.
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xmlui.dri2xhtml.METS-1.0.item-citationTara Smith and Greg Cumpton, The Central Texas College Access and Persistence Program Evaluation: Outcomes and Impacts Summary Report, Austin: Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, University of Texas at Austin, January 2013.
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