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Improving Minority Student Success: Crossing Boundaries and Making Connections between Theory, Research, and Academic Planning

In an effort to cross boundaries and make connections between theory, research, and academic planning, Prince George's Community College in Maryland (PGCC) and the University of Maryland University College's Institute for Research on Adults in Higher Education (IRAHE) developed a partnership using national and institutional research to link theory and academic planning. In doing so, both institutions developed new programs responsive to the needs of a diverse population of adult learners.

  • Author/Creator: Keeton, Morris, Clagett, Craig A., Engleberg, Isa N. Corp Author Richard, Hinda Rosenthal Foundation, New York N. Y., Maryland Univ, College Park Univ Coll
  • Date Published: 07-00
  • Year: 1998

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