1st Generation Students: Success vs Failure
1st generation college students - students who are the first in their family to attend a higher level educational institution - are the most at-risk population of students to drop out. This case study investigates the behavioral differences between those 1st gen students that get a degree and those that drop out - everything from class attendance throughout the year, to library usage, to social activity.
- The differences between 1st generation college students that succeed and fail.
- Understand how "normal" students behave differently than 1st generation students.
- 1st generation students are not doomed to fail - data can help provide insights into when and why to interact
- Aaron Benz, CEO, Founder, Degree Analytics
Aaron Benz, CEO, Founder, Degree Analytics
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