Defining College Readiness from the Inside Out: First-Generation College Student Perspectives
This study provides understanding of college readiness from the perspectives of older first-generation college students who transferred from community colleges. Results indicate that life experiences contribute to academic skills, time management, goal focus, and self-advocacy. Research is recommended to improve nontraditional student advising and placement, community college-to-university transfer, and college reading instruction.
Community College Review
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Byrd, Kathleen L. and MacDonald, Ginger, "Defining College Readiness from the Inside Out: First-Generation College Student Perspectives" (2005). Education Publications. 38.
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