Persistence Plus

Persistence Plus

Helping college students earn a diploma.

Education | United States of America | Access to Education |

 

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Persistence Plus is a mission-driven organization focused on increasing college persistence and completion. Using cutting-edge behavioral interventions, mobile technology, and data analytics, Persistence Plus fosters the specific student behaviors and mindsets that are associated with college success. Persistence Plus is recognized by the Blue Ridge Foundation, Kauffman Foundation, and Milken Family Foundation for its innovative approach and potential to make a difference at scale. Engagements with college customers show that students respond to and value our mobile nudges, and those students receiving Persistence Plus nudges perform better academically and persist at greater rates than students who do not.

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PO Box 425454
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02142
United States of America



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Tweet from Eloy Ortiz Oakley: RT @EloyOakley: It's 'DACA Week' At California Community Colleges https://t.co/wghw4oE5Ae via @KPBSnews Posted Tue Oct 17 12:23 pm

Tweet from Persistence Plus: Thank you @eloyoakley: "We can't have a system that relies on luck. We have to have a system that relies on equality" #blueprintconference Posted Tue Oct 17 11:56 am

Tweet from Better Make Room 🎓: RT @BetterMakeRoom: "You don't belong here." First of all, I worked hard to get to college and I DO belong here. Posted Tue Oct 17 11:48 am

Tweet from Persistence Plus: We must ensure foster youth can place in credit bearing courses @calcommcolleges so they build momentum to graduation #blueprintconference Posted Tue Oct 17 10:59 am

Tweet from Persistence Plus: Only 1% foster youth earn 15 credits in first term @CalCommColleges, an important predictor of completion @erp_learn #BlueprintConference Posted Tue Oct 17 10:47 am

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