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Tinto Vincent (2003). « Promoting Student Retention Through Classroom Practice ». In Enhancing Student Retention: Using International Policy and Practice. En ligne : < ... s/Amster-paperVT(1).pdf> 
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Resource type: Conference Paper
BibTeX citation key: Tintoa
Categories: Enseignement supérieur
Keywords: adéquation scolaire, diplômation, gestion d'établissement scolaire, pédagogie universitaire, université
Creators: Tinto
Collection: Enhancing Student Retention: Using International Policy and Practice
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Many universities in the United States speak of the importance of increasing student retention. Indeed, quite a few invest substantial resources in programs designed to achieve that end. Some universities even hire consultants who promise a proven formula for successful retention. But for all that effort, most universities do not take student retention seriously. They treat student retention, like so many other issues, as one more item to add to the list of
issues to be addressed by the university. They adopt what Parker Palmer calls the "add a course" strategy in addressing the issues that face them. Need to address the issue of diversity? Add a course in diversity studies. Need to address the issue of student retention, in particular that of new students? Add a freshman seminar or perhaps a freshmen mentoring program.
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