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Explore insights from our parent preferences survey for three key takeaways to help your recruitment marketing engage low-income families.
Read this insight for strategies on how to most effectively communicate with the parents of first generation students.
From helicopter parents to families of prospective first-generation students, here are a few research-backed ideas to engage the most influential people in students' college search: their parents.
But they don't agree on why, according to a recent survey by the Pew Research Center.
Learn how universities can leverage governmental and corporate funding currently available, collect necessary data, and organize community partnerships now to better prepare their communities for broadband development in this interactive infographic.
In order to retain enrollments amid the COVID-19 pandemic, independent schools will need to be clear about what they can provide to students and families outside of face-to-face learning. To address value concerns, independent schools must take extra measures to sustain a sense of community and highlight the unique value of the independent school experience. This resource provides a collection of strategies to use over the summer months and into the coming school year to help schools to engage students and families for purposes of retention.
All students are at risk of summer slide over break. Learn how parent messaging proves successful in preventing significant learning loss.
Royall's partnership with EAB has enabled new insight into what drives first-year persistence on college campuses. Important factors include application timing, parent engagement, and institutional contact.
We surveyed more than 15,000 high school students on their communications preferences. Learn about our key findings and what they mean for your college or university.
Many school and district leaders are lost on how they should begin to engage their greater school communities to address systemic racism. Review EAB’s answers to five questions school and district leaders have been asking amidst the current national dialogue on systemic racism.