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by Mignonne Breier,Moeketsi Letseka,Michael Cosser,Mariette Visser

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Mignonne Breier,Moeketsi Letseka,Michael Cosser,Mariette Visser
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PDF On Jan 1, 2010, Moeketsi Letseka and others published Student RetentionĀ . Moeketsi Letseka, Mignonne Breier and Mariette Visser. The Student Retention and Graduate Destination Study at UWC 55. Conclusion 64. Contents.

Moeketsi Letseka, Mignonne Breier and Mariette Visser.

Student Retention Graduate Destination book. Returning to 2001's South Africa's National Plan for Higher Education, this group of contributors investigates more thoroughly why students in that study dropped out of universities, what helped them to graduate, and what made for a successful transition to the labor market.

Introduction Michael Cosser and Moeketsi Letseka Background to the Student Retention and GraduateĀ .

Introduction Michael Cosser and Moeketsi Letseka Background to the Student Retention and Graduate Destination Study Organisation of the monograph. 2 Poverty, race and student achievement in seven higher education institutions Moeketsi Letseka, Mignonne Breier and Mariette Visser Introduction South Africa: Two nations Poverty in the Student Retention and Graduate Destination Study Race and poverty The apartheid legacy in education Reasons for premature departure Financing studies The National Student Financial Aid Scheme Conclusion.

More Info: Authors: Moeketsi Letseka, Michael Cosser, Mignonne Breier and Mariette Visser. Publisher: hsrcpress.

Publication Date: 2009. More Info: Authors: Moeketsi Letseka, Michael Cosser, Mignonne Breier and Mariette Visser. Publication Date: Jan 1, 2010.

Higher education Student dropout Student retention Student finance Student poverty. I wish to acknowledge the role of Moeketsi Letseka who co-ordinated the HSRC study and Mariette Visser who managed the data and developed the raw tables on which much of my analysis in this paper is based. Cape Town: HSRC Press. Letseka, . Breier, . & Visser, M. (2009b).

Technical college responsiveness: Learner destinations and labour market environments in South Africa. M Cosser, S McGrath, A Badroodien. Student graduation, labour market destinations and employment earnings. H Bhorat, N Mayet, M Visser. Graduate tracer study. HSRC Publishers, 2003. Poverty, race and student achievement in seven higher education institutions. M Letseka, M Breier, M Visser.

Student retention & graduate destination: Higher education & labour marketĀ .

Student poverty in higher education: the impact of higher education dropout on poverty. Education and poverty reduction strategies: issues of policy coherenc. 2008. Student retention and graduate destination: Higher education and labou. 2009. Dropout or stop out at the University of the Western Cape. 2010.

Student retention & graduate destination.

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The assurance of employment (into a community service programme) could count as a further incentive for students to complete their degree in a context where high student attrition rates can be blamed in large measure to financial pressures (Moeketsi Letseka, Michael Cosser, Mignonne Breier, & Visser, 2009).

ECONOMICS Student Retention. examples this group of contributors investigates more thoroughly why stu- from Africa to explain why the rate dents in that study dropped out of universities, what helped them of economic growth is higher in some countries than in others, graduate, and what made a successful transition to the labor mar- why unemployment rates rise and fall, why the Zimbabwean dol- ket.

Returning to 2001's South Africa's National Plan for Higher Education, this group of contributors investigates more thoroughly why students in that study dropped out of universities, what helped them to graduate, and what made for a successful transition to the labor market. Their findings show that a decade after the National Plan the attrition rate at universities rate remains high—with 30 percent of students dropping out in their first year of study and white students graduating at a rate double that of blacks. Recommendations include smoother entry into the labor force and implementation of the new Ministry of Higher Education's plan for continuously improving the access and success, particularly of black students, at all levels of the system.