The Influence of Activities and Coursework on Postsecondary Enrollment and One-Year Persistence for the Class of 2010

The Influence of Activities and Coursework on Postsecondary Enrollment and One-Year Persistence for the Class of 2010

Authors: Greg Cumpton, Gary Davis, Chandler Stolp, Heath Prince, and Christopher T. King
Date
: August 2013

Publisher
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Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources, The University of Texas at Austin
Publication Type:
Report

Using multinomial logistic regression and adjusted marginal predicted effects utilizing linked data from the Student Futures Project and the National Student Clearinghouse, this report finds that the 11th and 12th grade activities and courses examined in this report are closely linked to postsecondary enrollment and persistence.

 

 

 
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