ERIC Number: ED221131
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1981-Nov
Reference Count: 0
Systemwide Student Tracking and Retention Programs. A Special Seminar.
Berrian, Albert H., Ed.; Bonas, John E., Ed.
Presentations at a seminar on systemwide tracking that grew out of efforts to promote implementation of South Carolina's desegregation plan are included. Two subjects were the focus: retention and the use of monitored developmental programs as a means of retention and of safeguarding quality. Essays include "Systemwide Student Tracking" (Delores Auzenne), which gives background on the use of tracking programs and procedures in the Florida system; "Statewide Student Tracking" (Larry Hayes), on the objectives and current status of tracking in Oklahoma; "Improving Desegregation Planning and Higher Education in Tennessee: Student Information System (SIS), Retention and Progression" (Michael Nettles), focusing on student data needs; "Retention and Tracking: The Role of Faculty" (Marie Jean Lederman) in the City University of New York system; "Retention: A Follow-Up Study of Entering Freshmen at the City University of New York" (Michael Ribaudo), which discusses a recently-undertaken tracking study of 33,000 students; and "ACT 101: The State of Pennsylvania Higher Education Program for Disadvantaged Students" (Conrad Jones) outlining a successful 10-year-old program, its evolution and evaluation. (MSE)
Descriptors: Affirmative Action, College Desegregation, College Freshmen, Desegregation Methods, Developmental Studies Programs, Followup Studies, Higher Education, Information Needs, Information Systems, Longitudinal Studies, School Holding Power, State Boards of Education, Statewide Planning, Student Records, Teacher Role, Urban Universities
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive; Opinion Papers; Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Institute for Services to Education, Inc., Washington, DC.
Identifiers: City University of New York; Florida; Oklahoma; Pennsylvania; Tennessee
Note: Presentations from a seminar (November 13-14, 1981). Some tables may not reproduce well due to marginal legibility of original document. Sponsored by the Desegregation Support Center.