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Author(s):Rosenbaum, J., and Deil-Amen, R
Title:The social prerequisites of success: Can college structure reduce the need for social know-how
Short Description:Examines obstacles to success posed to low-income students by community colleges.
Annotation:This paper examines obstacles to success posed to low-income students by community colleges. Social know-how available at greater levels to middle- and upper-income students is also examined.
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Associated Keywords:
Community Colleges
Low-Income Students
Preparation/College Readiness
Student Success

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