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Four kinds of resources for the study of graduate student progress and retention are outlined: general information . Note: Issue theme: "Increasing Graduate Student Retention and Degree Attainment.
Note: Issue theme: "Increasing Graduate Student Retention and Degree Attainment.
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to student retention, student learning, and student degree attainment .
Each of the 12 institutions in the study identified success stories of programs and/or practices that have made significant contributions to student retention, student learning, and student degree attainment. use their resources to support students progress to degrees, and what happens to their graduates. When it developed its STEM Scholars program to increase the number of Native American students prepared to enter STEM programs, the College of Menominee Nation (CMN) used multiple strands of information including teacher interviews, placement test scores, and student interviews to identify students who will benefit most from the program.
Minority Retention book. Retention and graduation have become major issues for the academy, as higher education finds itself under increasing scrutiny from governments, the media, consumers, and the courts
Minority Retention book. Retention and graduation have become major issues for the academy, as higher education finds itself under increasing scrutiny from governments, the media, consumers, and the courts.
Authoritative discussion of the problem of graduate drop-outs
Increasing Graduate Student Retention and Degree Attainment: New Directions for Institutional Research, Number 80 provides forward-looking insight from experts in the field. Focused on the needs of both the student and the institution, this book explores the reasons why graduate students may leave the program, and examines the ways in which institutions may better accommodate their needs. Whether it is a question of post-graduate employment prospects, faculty support, funding, or any one of the myriad problems that may disrupt a graduate student's education, this book provides thought-provoking possible solutions.