ERIC Number: ED449791
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000
Reference Count: N/A
Early Intervention: Expanding Access to Higher Education.
Mitchell, Kevin, Ed.
ERIC Review, v8 n1 Fall 2000
"The ERIC Review" announces research results, publications, and new programs relevant to each issue's theme topic. This issue focuses on early intervention and its role in making higher education accessible to all students, especially those who are traditionally underrepresented or at risk. An introductory section contains one article, "Access to Higher Education Today" (Adrianna Kezar). Section 1: Understanding Early Intervention, includes the following articles: "Promoting College Enrollment through Early Intervention" (Laura W. Perna); "Does It Work? Research on Early Intervention" (Adrianna Kezar); and "The Role of Early Intervention in Education Reform" (Watson Scott Swail and David Roth). Section 2: Supporting Early Intervention, contain two articles: "Sponsors of Early Intervention Programs" (Laura W. Perna, Robert H. Fenske, and Watson Scott Swail); and "College Summit" (Adrianna Kezar). Articles in Section 3: Practicing Early Intervention, include: "Identifying, Selecting, and Applying to an Early Intervention Program" (Ann S. Coles); and "Helping Your Child Prepare for College" (Jacqueline E. King). Section 4: Resources, includes two articles: "Early Intervention Resources" (Patricia Wood and Linda Schartman); and "Searching the ERIC Database on Early Intervention Topics" (Patricia Wood). The final article in the concluding section is "Putting It All Together: An Action Plan" (Adrianna Kezar). (Includes the ERIC directory.) (AEF)
Descriptors: Access to Education, At Risk Persons, Early Intervention, Educational Development, Educational Planning, Educational Practices, Elementary Secondary Education, Higher Education, Intervention
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