A Study of Resource Expenditures and Allocation at DEEP Colleges and Universities: Is Spending Related to Student Engagement?DEEP
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AbstractInstitutions were selected for the Documenting Effective Educational Practices (DEEP) study because they have higher than expected graduation rates and scores on the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE). These institutions have been characterized in a number of ways, but, most important, it was presumed that faculty, students, administrators, and others engaged in a variety of institutional activities and practices that advanced learning.
Copyright OwnerThe Trustees of Indiana Univeristy
Citation InformationAnn M Gansemer-Topf, Kevin Saunders, John H. Schuh and Mack Shelly. "A Study of Resource Expenditures and Allocation at DEEP Colleges and Universities: Is Spending Related to Student Engagement?" DEEP (2004)
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