Native American College Student Persistence

  title={Native American College Student Persistence},
  author={Richard S. Mosholder and Christopher Goslin},
  journal={Journal of College Student Retention},
  pages={305 - 327}
Native American students are the most likely racial/ethnic group tracked in post-secondary American education to be affected by poverty and limited access to educational opportunities. In addition, they are the most likely to be required to take remedial course work and are the least likely to graduate from college. A review of the literature was undertaken to analyze the research and opinions directed toward improving Native American student persistence and academic success at the post… 
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