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Background factors and college-going plans among high-aptitude public high school seniors
|Statement||Glen Stice, William G. Mollenkopf, Warren S. Torgerson.|
|Contributions||Mollenkopf, William G., Torgerson, Warren S., Educational Testing Service.|
|LC Classifications||LC148.2 .S75 1956|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, iv, iv, 117,  leaves :|
|Number of Pages||117|
|LC Control Number||93246321|
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Background factors and college-going plans among high-aptitude public high school seniors. Princeton, N.J.: Educational Testing Service,  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Glen Stice; William G Mollenkopf.
Glen Stice has written: 'Background factors and college-going plans among high-aptitude public high school seniors' -- subject(s): High school seniors, College attendance. Background factors and college-going plans among high-aptitude public high school seniorsAuthor: Glen.
Stice. Board, ; Glen Stice, W. Millenkopf, and W. Torgerson, "Background Fac-tors and College-going Plans among High Aptitude Public High School Seniors," Educational Testing Service, ; and 'Background Factors Relating to College Plans and College Enrollment among Public High School Students," Educational Testing Service, College-going Behavior in High School.
background factors such as age, education, gender, and income contribute to people’s sample of public and private high school. Glen Stice has written: 'Background factors and college-going plans among high-aptitude public high school seniors' -- subject(s): High school seniors, College attendance What year were the kids.
According to the National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education (), out of every ninth graders, 68 graduate from high school, 40 immediately enter college, 27 are still enrolled their sophomore year, and only 18 complete any type of postsecondary education within 6 years of graduating high school.
White public high school graduates is projected to decline by 11%, while sample of high-aptitude – high school seniors, (Horn, ) and among high school graduates (Perna and.
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Stice, Glen, Mollenkopf, William G, Torgerson, Warren S Background Factors and College-Going Plans among High-Aptitude Public High School Seniors Princeton, N.J. Educational Testing Service Google Scholar. Unfortunately, in the last decade, the percentage of students from low-income families who attend college immediately after high school dropped to less than 50 percent, according to the U.S.
Census Bureau. Poverty and other low-income-related issues, including a lack of college preparedness, are among various reasons for that decline. You're at the top of the food chain of high school, and it feels so good.
You're probably praying this last semester flies by, that you get out of town as soon as possible. At this point, you're calling teachers by their first names, the entire staff knows you by name, and you're walking around school standing tall, owning those hallways. Most high school graduates say that they plan on getting a degree, and spending on Pell grants has risen sharply in recent years, even as deficits have constrained other types of spending (U.S.
The American Institute of Stress was founded in Yonkers, New York in and moved to Texas in It is a Texas (c)3 nonprofit corporation. Lack of motivation is a real and pressing problem. Upwards of 40 percent of high school students are chronically disengaged from school, according to.
One exception is a more recent study by Lindholm () who interviewed 48 public high school graduates in Los Angeles to understand the factors that lead them to forgo college. Although the composition of her sample was quite different from Willis and MacLeod (e.g., it included females as well as males, and from a range of socioeconomic.
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These schools serve the needs of gifted New York City Students. This public high school specializes in technology, science, mathematics, and engineering. Brooklyn Technical High School provides 18 majors.
Becker, WE. Omitted variables and sample selection in studies of college-going decisions. In E.P. John (ed.), Public Policy and College Access: Investigating the Federal and State Roles in Equalizing Postsecondary Opportunity (Vol. 19, pp. 65–86). New York: AMS Press, Inc. Google Scholar. Main Points: 1)Education premiums have increased.
2)between-occupation and within-occupation inequality increased at about the same rates for college graduates, so that the portion of inequality attributable to occupational differences remained constant. 3)trends in within-occupation inequality vary by occupation and education, making any sweeping summary of the roles of education and.
Another goal of this study is to determine which factors, including high school experiences, are especially important in determining college enrollment patterns. Hossler and Maple () find that information on individual background factors allows them to predict, with a high degree of accuracy, which ninth-graders will go to college.
Race-based affirmative action had been declining as a factor in university admissions even before the recent spate of related cases arrived at the Supreme Court. Since Ward Connerly kickstarted a state-by-state political mobilization against affirmative action in the mids, the percentage of four-year public colleges that consider racial or Reviews: "Post-High-School Plans and Aspirations of Black-and-White High-School Seniors - " Sociology of Education DOI: Doi / Publication Hauser, Robert M.