Home Home
Annotated Bibliography

Author(s):National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)
Title:2005-06 Academic Progress Rate (APR) data for NCAA schools
Source:http://www2.ncaa.org/portal/academics_and_athle...
Date:Not Dated
Organization:National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)
Short Description:Search this website by institution name to view the academic performance of different NCAA teams through the Academic Progress Rate (APR), a real-time measure of how many of a team’s scholarship athletes are on track to receive a degree.
Annotation:Search this website by institution name to view the academic performance of different NCAA teams through the Academic Progress Rate (APR), a real-time measure of how many of a team’s scholarship athletes are on track to receive a degree. For the APR, each scholarship athlete can receive a maximum of two points per term: one for finishing in good academic standing and another for remaining enrolled at the institution. A team’s APR is calculated by dividing the total number of points earned by the players on its roster for the year by the total number of points possible, then multiplying by 1,000.
Link: View Full Text

Print Bibliography: HyperLink 

Is this item's link broken? Report Broken Link

Associated Keywords:
Athletes/Intercollegiate Athletics
Educational Attainment/College Degree Completion
Scholarships
Websites

Similar Items:
Course-taking patterns and preparation for postsecondary education in California's public university systems among minority youth
Who graduates in California?
The study of economic, informational, and cultural barriers to community college student transfer access at selective institutions: National estimates of transfer access and baccalaureate degree attainment at four-year colleges and universities
Who's left behind? Immigrant children in high and low LEP schools
National study of student support services. Third-year longitudinal study results and program implementation study update
Beyond access: Explaining socioeconomic differences in college transfer
Given half a chance: The Schott 50 state report on public education and black males
Overcoming obstacles, optimizing opportunities: State policies to increase postsecondary attainment for low-skilled adults
Completing College: Assessing Graduation Rates at Four Year Colleges
How does the United States stack up? International comparisons of academic achievement
Graduation rate watch: Making minority student success a priority
A profile of successful Pell Grant recipients: Time to Bachelor's degree and early graduate school enrollment
Working too hard to make the grade: How fewer work hours and more financial aid can help California community college students succeed
A whole 'nother world: Students navigating community college
Our impoverished view of education reform
Understanding recent changes in child poverty
Enhancing student services at Owens Community College: Early results from the Opening Doors demonstration in Ohio
Lumina Foundation Lessons: Students aren't just data points, but numbers do count
Recent participation in formal learning among working-age adults with different levels of education
The costs and benefits of an excellent education for all of America's children