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Alexander C McCormick
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Vocational education is increasingly seen as a viable path to higher education and not simply a direct route to the labor market.

This report examines transfer behavior among students who began their postsecondary education in academic year 1989-90, using the most current, nationally representative longitudinal data on student progress through postsecondary education. Attendance patterns were examined through 1993-94.

Descriptive summary of 1989-90 beginning postsecondary students: Five years later, with an essay on postsecondary persistence and attainment. LK Berkner, S Cuccaro-Alamin, AC McCormick. Department of Education, 1996. AC McCormick, J Kinzie, RM Gonyea. If and when money matters: The relationships among educational expenditures, student engagement and students’ learning outcomes.

Transfer behavior among beginning postsecondary students: 1989-94. Washington: National Center for Education Statistics. Toronto: Education Policy Institute. National Conference of State Legislatures.

Transfer Behavior Among Beginning Postsecondary Students . Students’ time expenditures influence their learning and development. This study used latent profile analysis to identify a taxonomy of how first-year students spend their time using a large multi-institution sample.

Transfer Behavior Among Beginning Postsecondary Students: 1989-94. by Alexander McCormick. We identified four time usage patterns by first-year students titled Balanced, Involved, Partiers, and Parents.

Series Statement: Postsecondary education descriptive analysis reports. All rights are reserved by their owners. Series Statement: Statistical analysis report (National Center for Education Statistics). General Note: Shipping list n. 98-0318-M.

NATIONAL CENTER FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS Statistical Analysis Report May 1995 Postsecondary Education Descriptive Analysis Reports Profile of Part-Time Undergraduates in Postsecondary Education

NATIONAL CENTER FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS Statistical Analysis Report May 1995 Postsecondary Education Descriptive Analysis Reports Profile of Part-Time Undergraduates in Postsecondary Education . Download "Profile of Part-Time Undergraduates in Postsecondary Education: 1989 90". Error: Download Document.

Data on transfer are primarily collected in Beginning Postsecondary . Transfer Behavior Among Beginning Postsecondary Students: 1989–94.

Data on transfer are primarily collected in Beginning Postsecondary Study (BPS) and HS&B. The analysis reveals that nearly 30 percent of 1989–90 beginning stu- dents left postsecondary education in their first year. While a majority of stopouts in the four- year sector transferred elsewhere, in the public two-year sector, the opposite pattern occurred.

Transfer behavior among beginning postsecondary students Seeking advice: An exploratory analysis of how often first-year students meet with advisors

Transfer behavior among beginning postsecondary students. Department of Education (NCES 97-266). McCormick, A. C. & Horn, L. J. (1996). Descriptive summary of 1989-90 beginning postsecondary students: 5 years later, with an essay on postsecondary persistence and attainment. Department of Education (NCES 96-155). Geis, S. & Vergun, R. (1995). Seeking advice: An exploratory analysis of how often first-year students meet with advisors.