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Changing deferral patterns : the influence of growth, changing support and geography
Joining the Dots (JTD)
  • Sheldon Rothman, ACER
  • Daniel Edwards, ACER
Publication Date
12-1-2013
Subjects
Educational policy, Educational trends, Enrolment rate, Enrolment trends, Geographic location, Metropolitan areas, Public policy, Rural areas, Rural students, School leavers, Secondary postsecondary transition, Socioeconomic status, Student financial aid, Higher education, Statistical analysis, Impact studies
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(Joining the Dots research briefing ; v.3 n.2)

Abstract
This research briefing examines changes in university deferral rates over the period from 2008 to 2012. The focus of the analysis is on Victorian school leavers, whose transitions after school completion are followed through the 'On Track' survey. The analysis explores the extent to which deferral rates for young people from rural areas have changed over this time, and the influence policy changes to financial support may have had on the decision to defer a university offer.
Place of Publication
Melbourne Vic
Publisher
Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)
ISSN
2202-1779
Geolocate
(-37.4713077, 144.7851531)
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-37.4713077
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144.7851531
Citation Information
Sheldon Rothman and Daniel Edwards. "Changing deferral patterns : the influence of growth, changing support and geography" (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/sheldon_rothman/83/