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The Gap Between Enrolling in College and Being Ready for College
Causes of the Readiness Gap
State Readiness Efforts Are Not Directed at the Causes of the Readiness Problem
Moving State Agendas Forward:
A Comprehensive and Systemic College Readiness Agenda

Keeping the Focus
Taking Responsibility for College Readiness: A Checklist
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Beyond the Rhetoric
Improving College Readiness Through Coherent State Policy


  About this Brief

This brief addresses the state policy dimensions of college readiness. It identifies the key issues and problems associated with the college readiness gap, which is a major impediment to increasing the numbers of college students who complete certificates or degrees. This policy brief also provides governors, legislators, and state education leaders with specific steps they need to take to close the readiness gap in their state. These findings and recommendations were prepared by the National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education, and the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB).


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