The Office of Research, Evaluation and Program Support conducts research and evaluation for a variety of educational and workforce programs.  We disseminate research findings to internal and external audiences via research reports, literature reviews, white papers, briefs, and conference presentations.

Program Evaluation, Research, and Informal Inquiry:Pathways to Gathering Information

  • Author(s): Carol Ripple
  • Area(s) of Focus: Educational Research and Evaluation Approaches
  • Date: March 2017


Race, Ethnicity, and Service-Learning: Understanding Access and Equity using a Critical Quantitative Approach

Book Review: New York City Public Schools From Brownsville to Bloomberg


Dual Enrollment: A Comprehensive Literature and Bibliography

COLLEGE NOW Courses in a high school setting

  • Author(s): Stuart Cochran, April Burns
  • Area(s) of Focus: College Readiness
  • Date: June 2008

Understanding the Low Male Participation Rate in COLLEGE NOW

CUNY PREP: A Comprehensive Report / A History of the Project

Understanding Multiple Developmental Pathways for Under-Represented Student Populations

Race/Ethnicity and Service-Learning at Community Colleges

How to Assess Social Change Impacts?: Developing an Evaluation Framework at an oral history/SOcial Justice ORganization

Using “GateWay” Courses to Prepare Mid-Range Students for College Readiness

Examining Postsecondary Outcomes of Dual Enrollment Across Student Subgroups: Do All Students Benefit?

An Alternative Approach to Traditional Remedial CourseWork at community Colleges: Outcomes at a Student and Institution Level

Evaluating The Effects of a New Approach to Developmental EDUCATION: CUNY START

Evaluating Implementation Efforts to Support Adult Learners on Career Pathways

Working Together: Best Practices for Internal and External Evaluator Collaboration