Although a wealth of research has shown that financial aid reduces hurdles to college enrollment, relatively little is known about how aid affects students after they are enrolled, much less how they react to the common occurrence of losing aid midway through their college careers. A CALDER working paper co-authored by AIR finds that losing financial aid weakens students’ engagement with college.
These case studies show how AIR analyzes data and develops tools to prepare students to be college and career ready—bridging the gap between research and practice.
This study addresses a significant shortcoming in the delivery of behavioral health services to children, namely, the large socio-economic and ethnic disparities between children who utilize services and those children who do not utilize services.
The purpose of this research grant is to use data from the 2007 School Crime Supplement to the National Crime Victimization Survey to examine the self-protective behaviors exhibited by victims of bullying.
AIR and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) have created a new examination for assessing the human resource (HR) knowledge of graduating college students seeking HR careers.