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postsecondary

(ˌpəʊstˈsɛkəndərɪ)
adj
(Education) of or relating to education after secondary school
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Postsecondary Educational Institutions: 1999-2000" (nces.ed.gov/das/epubs /2002168/references.asp) confirmed what most educators already know: The American college student population is more diverse than ever, and is overwhelmingly "non-traditional." Three-quarters of all college students in America are not high school graduates under the age of 23 who head off to school directly after graduation, remain dependent upon their parents, have no children, and attend full-time.
We propose that better access and outcomes in postsecondary education will improve not only the rates of employment for adults with disabilities but also the quality of employment.
One of those areas is in disability services for students (DSS) in postsecondary education.
POSTSECONDARY PROGRAMS ARE MORE CRITICAL THAN ever, and the statistics prove it.
This report provides a "first look" at selected findings from the 2012/14 Beginning Postsecondary Students Longitudinal Study (BPS:12/14).
Mark Schneider's work on the wide variation in the economic value of postsecondary educational programs, as described in "The Value of Sub-baccalaureate Credentials" (Issues, Summer 2015), is of great importance because it reflects new labor market realities that affect nearly everyone in the United States.
During the "Great Recession" of December 2007 through June 2009, enrollment rates increased at 2-year, 4-year public, and 4-year private postsecondary institutions.
The effect of a postsecondary education on labor market outcomes has been a central focus for policymakers and researchers.
Transition to Postsecondary Education for Students with Disabilities
Local teams from 10 cities across the nation assembled in Indianapolis on October 5-6 to learn about innovative, multi-sector strategies that promote postsecondary access and completion and the opportunities for municipal leadership in such community partnerships.
Uncommon schools; the global rise of postsecondary institutions for indigenous peoples.
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