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Feb
18
An article from UW-Madison’s Nicholas Hillman titled, “Evaluating the Impacts of ‘New’ Performance Funding in Higher Education,” was the No. 2-most-read article in AERA's journal of Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis in 2015. This article notes how “new research found that state higher education performance funding falls short of its intended goals of raising student retention and degree completion rates at community colleges.” Co-authors were David A. Tandberg of Florida State University and Alisa H. Fryar of the University of Oklahoma.