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Navigating Higher Education to Enhance Student Success

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Demand for higher education keeps growing, making it more important to create new insights into what and how people succeed. Student success is a large topic which researchers and practitioners approach in a large array of ways. To advance this field of eight leading researchers contribute insights and perspectives through articles which take stock of pressing problems and emerging developments. The researchers explore politics, international dynamics, student perspectives, institutional configurations, curriculum characteristics, economics, and educational practices. The findings are relevant to Chinese higher education, and to other systems around the world.

Affiliations: 1: Institute of Education, Tsinghua University BeijingChina


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1. Coates Hamish"“Postsecondary Punters: Creating new platforms for higher education success.”" Beyond Enrolment: Measuring Academic Quality Weingarten H., Hicks M., Kaufman A. Kingston McGill-Queen’s University Press 2018
2. Marginson Simon"“Higher Education and Inequality in Anglo-American Societies.”" Student Equity in Australian Higher Education Harvey A., Burnheim C., Brett M. Singapore Springer 2016

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