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Retention 2010

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Start Date 09-06-2010 End Date11-06-2010
Venue Hilton Palmer House
City Chicago Country United States
Category Education

Event Profile
Retention 2010 is the major event for those interested in helping students succeed in high school and postsecondary education. A large number of attendees are expected to attend this conference to share and exchange knowledge and information about student retention and persistence. The event will include sessions and pre-conference workshops on secondary and postsecondary education. Participants will learn about institutional planning, campus buy in, data usage, student tracking systems, and proven practices. This episode will provide a platform for institutional leaders to discuss how synchronization between offices in data compilation can be useful in studying institution-specific retention issues. The conference will also focus on structural, curriculum modifications, administrative, and instructional methods to reduce the accomplishment gap among these groups. Retention 2010 will offer ample opportunities to network with the leading professionals in education fields.

The conference will address on the topics including:
  • Improving college readiness for underserved and underrepresented populations
  • The Power of Two: Researching the Effects of Peer Mentoring on Student Retention and Engagement
  • Crossing the Threshold: Partnering College Access CBO’s and Higher Education Institutions for Student Success
  • Retention of our Most Vulnerable Youth
  • Understanding and Overcoming Barriers to Postsecondary Success for Low-Income and First-Generation Students
  • Online Tools to Help You With Your Retention Program

Visitor Profile

The visitors for Retention 2010 include:
  • Principals
  • Schools
  • Institutions
  • Organizations
  • Foundations
  • Associations
  • Education providers
  • Media representatives 

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