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IDENTIFYING AN APPROPRIATE STRUCTURE TO SERVE ALTERNATIVE STUDENTS WITH STREET GANG AFFILIATION IN AN EFFORT TO INCREASE THE GRADUATION RATE AND ACADEMIC PROFICIENCY OF THE STUDENTS AT AN ALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOL IN SOUTHEASTERN NORTH CAROLINA
(East Carolina University, 2015-04-29)
The purpose of this study was to identify an appropriate structure to successfully serve all alternative students, but especially those with street gang affiliation, in an effort to increase the graduation rate and academic ...
UNDERSTANDING HOW INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVES CONTRIBUTE TO MINORITY MALE STUDENT PERSISTENCE AND SUCCESS IN A COMMUNTY COLLEGE SETTING : A COMPARATIVE CASE STUDY
(East Carolina University, 2015-05-19)
This comparative case study examined how institutional initiatives contribute to minority male student persistence and success in two Southeastern community colleges. Using Padilla’s local model of successful minority ...