Adjusted Predicted Marginal Effects on College Enrollment for Central Texas High School Graduates

Adjusted Predicted Marginal Effects on College
Enrollment for Central Texas High School Graduates
Adjusted Predicted Marginal Effects on College Enrollment for Central Texas High School Graduates

Researchers: Greg Cumpton, Deanna Schexnayder, Chris King and Chandler Stolp
Date: April 14, 2012 
Publication Type: Presentation. 24pp. (Prepared for the AERA 2012 Conference in Vancouver, CA)

This presentation, prepared for the American Educational Research Association's (AERA) Annual Meeting, held 13-17 April in Vancouver, shares the research of the Central Texas Student Futures Project. The presentation highlights gaps that exist between the portion of students that aspire to go to college and the portion that actually enroll, as well as strategies from both the top and bottom level shown to be effective in increasing postsecondary enrollment.

 


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