Report: Rampant Student Misconception Is Hurting Admissions
from eCampus News
Contrary to a commonly-held belief that low-income students are more likely to struggle in a four-year institution, new data indicates students from low-income households are, in fact, likely to thrive in four-year institutions, according to a new survey. Higher education institutions are relying on predictive analysis to make decisions about admission and resource allocation, but that process could perpetuate the under-representation of minority and low-income students, according to a survey released by vibeffect. The comprehensive survey includes data from students in 5,000 households, spans 1,000 institutions and covers 260 variables.
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