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Author(s):Wlodkowski, R., Maudlin, J., and Gahn, S
Title:Learning in the fast lane: Adult learners’ persistence and success in accelerated college programs
Source:http://www.luminafoundation.org/publications/fa...
Date:2001
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Short Description:This study found that adult learners benefit from having significant prior college experience before enrolling in four-year colleges.
Annotation:This study found that adult learners benefit from having significant prior college experience before enrolling in four-year colleges. Having more transfer credits was associated with degree completion in the historical analyses at both Regis University and UMKC. Adult learners with higher grades were more likely to persist and succeed at both institutions.
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Adult Students
Documents
Persistence/Retention
Transfer and Articulation

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