The Center for Higher Education Policy and Practice (CHEPP) is a non-partisan higher education research, policy, and advocacy organization, promoting solutions that deliver transformative outcomes for all learners.About Us
37% of today’s learners are 25 and older.
24% of today’s learners are parents or have other dependents.
40% of today’s learners work full-time, and 49% are financially independent.
36% of today’s learners don’t know where their next meal will come from.
Post-secondary education unlocks social and economic mobility.
A learner’s lived experience is an asset to their education and institution, not a barrier to success.
Learning and progress should be measured by a demonstration of knowledge and skills, not time spent in a classroom.
Learner-centered design should shape all post-secondary education policy and practice change.
As a public good, post-secondary institutions bear responsibility to relentlessly focus on student success and equitable outcomes.