The Three Prongs of Recruitment and Retention

October 2015
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education;10/8/2015, Vol. 32 Issue 18, p34
The article presents the author's perspective on the recruitment and retention of college students in the U.S. Topics include the need for students with intellectual ability who can produce college-level work, the need for instructors with high academic standards, and the importance of an effective system of remediation for underprepared students. It also discusses the need the U.S. government to fund the higher education of deserving but financially incapable students.


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