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Author(s):McKinney, J., and Reynolds,
Title:Indiana project on academic success: Retention Bibliography
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Short Description:Addresses issues related to academic success by examining areas related to financial aid, race/ethnicity, and community colleges, among others.
Annotation:This annotated bibliography addresses issues related to academic success by examining areas related to financial aid, race/ethnicity, community colleges, the first year of college, admissions, and career counseling.
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Associated Keywords:
Career Development
Community Colleges
Financial Aid
First Year of College
Student Success
Students with Disabilities/ Special Needs Students

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