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23 - Shaping Student Success: Best Practices for Recruitment and Retention of African American Students 
June 17, 2011   11:00am - 12:15pm
  Audio Only

Best practices for preparing underserved African American high school students for academic success as they transition into college and persist toward graduation with a comparison to Astin's theory of student involvement will be presented. Factors that influenced minority students' interest in college, their perceived obstacles to success and their personal development will be analyzed using case study profiles. Strategies implemented to recruit and retain minority students' will be examined through collegial discourse.

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