The Evaluation of Career and College Promise is leading to a large suite of findings. A summary appears on this page; more findings can be found in the publications section.
Results for all three pathways show positive impacts on student outcomes. The table below shows that pathway students did better on key indicators of the transition from high school to college than comparable non-pathway students.
Analyses of administrative data showed that there were two factors that were strongly associated with levels of implementation: Rural schools had much higher median rates of CCP participation than urban schools.
As the percentage of minority students in the school increases, the percentage of students participating in CCP decreases (regardless of where the schools are located).