Where is the Textbook Revolution this Dad Was Promised? (Updated 2024)February 19, 2024 Blog
Across the last two decades, every content-driven industry in our economy, from music to movies to books to…
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As postsecondary student retention and completion rates in the US fail to improve at expected rates, there has been an increased focus on advising and specifically an approach called integrated planning and advising for student success (iPASS). Tyton Partners and the Babson Survey Research Group collaborated with The Global Community for Academic Advising (NACADA), Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA) and National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC), with support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, to explore higher education advising and planning reform and to launch an initiative to improve student retention and completion. The report released today, Driving Toward a Degree: Establishing a Baseline on Integrated Approaches to Planning and Advising, is the largest publicly available data set on administrator perspectives and approaches to advising. It includes findings from a survey of more than 1,000 higher education administrators, advisors and faculty, identifying the rate of adoption of planning and advising solutions, and satisfaction with current technology providers. Accompanying the research is a newly launched data-driven resource for advising reform: drivetodegree.org.
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Tyton Partners Choose to Learn 2024 Uncovers 20% of U.S. K-12 Parents Want a New School Environment for Their Child – What Can the Education System Do?February 15, 2024 Press Releases
[BOSTON, February 14, 2024] – Tyton Partners, a strategy consulting and investment banking firm focused on the education…