Discussion Options for maintaining class status Fostering matriculation Relationship between nominations and self- confidence Autonomous structure of online credit recovery
Future Research Continue to track summer 09 cohort Implement qualitative research involving participants and instructors in the program. Determine the population of students who do not attend any type of credit recovery program (traditional summer school or credit recovery program)
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