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ERIC Number: ED003327
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964
Pages: 121
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ARTICULATION BETWEEN 2-YEAR AND 4-YEAR COLLEGES.
KNOELL, DOROTHY M.; MEDSKER, LELAND L.
CONTINUATION OF A LARGE-SCALE INVESTIGATION (ED 003 047) OF THE PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS WHO TRANSFERRED FROM 2-YEAR TO 4-YEAR COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES PROVIDED MORE INTENSIVE ANALYSIS OF (1) THE ACADEMIC RECORDS OF THE TRANSFER STUDENTS, (2) THE FACTORS RELATED TO THEIR SUCCESS OR FAILURE, (3) THE PROBLEMS OF ARTICULATION BETWEEN 2- AND 4-YEAR INSTITUTIONS, AND (4) COMPARATIVE PERFORMANCE BETWEEN TRANSFER AND "NATIVE" STUDENTS. STUDIES INVOLVED APPROXIMATELY 7,000 JUNIOR COLLEGE STUDENTS WHO TRANSFERRED TO FORTY-ONE 4-YEAR COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES IN 10 STATES. THE MAJOR FINDINGS WERE SUMMARIZED IN FIVE AREAS--(1) STUDENT OUTCOMES 3 YEARS AFTER TRANSFER, (2) SOURCES OF VARIANCE IN PERFORMANCE, (3) PITFALLS FOR TRANSFER STUDENTS, (4) USEFULNESS OF TEST RESULTS AS EXPLANATORY FACTORS, AND (5) POLICIES, PRACTICES, AND PROGRAMS DURING 1964. SUGGESTIONS WERE OFFERED FOR IMPROVING THE ADMISSION, ORIENTATION, AND COUNSELING OF STUDENTS FROM JUNIOR COLLEGES. (JM)
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Authoring Institution: California Univ., Berkeley. Center for the Study of Higher Education.
Identifiers: CALIFORNIA; California (Berkeley)