Student success has been widely researched; however, community college student success as an outcome of institutional practice has not (Bailey, 2006a; Jenkins, 2006). Moreover, college student success is influenced by a wide range of factors. The factors for this study were derived from three significant studies: (1) the meta-analysis by Robbins et al. (2004) in which nine broad constructs of college or student success were identified; (2) the in-depth literature analysis by Kuh et al. (2006) identifying 14 indicators of student success; and, the study conducted by Smith (2005) in suggesting 51 student success competencies for online faculty.Nearly 40% cannot draw inferences from written material; only one-fifth can write a persuasive essay; and only one-third ... for example, reported to the Commission that one-quarter of its recent recruits cannot read at the ninth grade level, theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Strategic Factors of Institutional Practice Impacting Student Success in the Community College as Perceived by Students and Faculty: Academic Preparation, Work Ethics and Institutional Support|
|Author||:||Kenneth Edward Scott|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|