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Author(s):Council for Adult and Experiential Learning
Title:Serving adult learners in higher education: Principles of effectiveness
Source:http://www.cael.org/pdf/publication_pdf/Summary...
Date:2000
Organization:Council for Adult and Experiential Learning
Short Description:This report describes seven basic characteristics of non-traditional students. By using one or a combination of these criteria NCES estimates that over 60 percent of students in U.S. higher education can be characterized as non-traditional.
Annotation:This report describes seven basic characteristics of non-traditional students. By using one or a combination of these criteria NCES estimates that over 60 percent of students in U.S. higher education can be characterized as non-traditional. The unique educational needs of adult students, as well as priciples of effectiveness for serving adult learners are examined.
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Adult Students
Data
Demographics
Documents
Financial Aid
Non-traditional Students
Preparation/College Readiness
Student Success
Technology

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