Experiences Influencing Degree Completion Articulated by Doctoral Students in Education Administration

Experiences Influencing Degree Completion Articulated by Doctoral Students in Education Administration

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Educational literature indicates that approximately half of all doctoral students persist to degree completion. The literature indicates persistence rates among the social sciences are even lower. This study examined factors influencing doctoral student persistence in education administration programs.Demographics Characteristics of doctoral students related to age, gender, ethnicity, family structures, academic background, and academic attainment ( Bean, 1980; Spady, 1970, 1971; Tinto, 1987, 1993). Degree Completers Doctoral studentsanbsp;...


Title:Experiences Influencing Degree Completion Articulated by Doctoral Students in Education Administration
Author: David Lee Barnett
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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