Studying College Students in the 21st Century: Meeting New Challenges
Review of Higher Education Volume 21, Number 2, ISSN 0162-5748
Argues that demographic, institutional, economic, and technological changes have altered fundamentally both the way we think about what it means to go to college and the methodologies we use to assess college impact. Discusses the implications of four forces: changing undergraduate student population; increasing importance of community colleges; shrinking financial support for higher education; and rise of information technology. (Author/MSE)
Pascarella, E.T. & Terenzini, P.T. (1998). Studying College Students in the 21st Century: Meeting New Challenges. Review of Higher Education, 21(2), 151.
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