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Author(s):Allen, W., Bonous-Hammarth, M., and Suh, S
Title:Who goes to college? High school context, academic preparation, the college choice process, and college attendance
Source:http://www.gatesfoundation.org/nr/downloads/ed/...
Date:Not dated
Organization:Gates Foundation
Short Description:Examines the relationship between high school preparation and college attendance.
Annotation:This paper examines the relationship between high school preparation and college attendance. Students examined in this study were applicants for the Gates Millenium Scholarships.
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