3 edition of Recruitment and retention of minorities in education found in the catalog.
Recruitment and retention of minorities in education
National Conference on the Recruitment and Retention of Minority Students in teacher Education (7th 1993 Lexington, Ky.)
1993 by Center for Professional Development, College of Education, University of Kentucky in Lexington, Ky .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Middleton, E. ... [et al.]|
|Contributions||Middleton, Ernest J.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 142 p. ; 23 cm.|
|Number of Pages||142|
The facts about minority faculty are clear: racial and ethnic minorities continue to be underrepresented among the ranks of higher education faculty. Furthermore, minority faculty are more likely to hold part-time or other non-tenure-track positions, and to be clustered in certain subject matter areas often associated with their "minority. American Indian students are among the most underrepresented groups in academe, and few of those who enter college finish. This book attempts to provide greater understanding of Native American experiences in higher education through analysis based on critical theory, focusing particularly on the recruitment and retention of Native Americans by postsecondary by: 4.
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Washington, DC: American Council on Education, Office of Minorities in Higher Education. Discusses the. (Johnson, ). Because recruitment and selection are critical to the success of any agency, and virtually all promotions in police agencies are internal, it is imperative that police administrators attract qualified applicants.
This is particularly true with respect to women and minorities, an issue that is addressed in detail in Chapter Recruitment, retention and training strategies for minorities are being created, and are areas of high concern to many agencies and organizations. Federal agencies are highly interested in this topic, and several have published reports on the subject.
Low student enrollment has resulted in shortage of environmental health professionals entering into the workforce. The proposal seeks funding for the recruitment and retention of bilingual pre-professionals in environmental health science.
The funds requested will be used for paid internships, tuition, science supplemental education for deserving students .Minority Recruitment Benefits • African-American students who have just one African-American teacher in elementary school are 13 percent more likely to enroll in college than their peers.1 • A diverse workforce promotes and supports the mission of education that is multicultural for all students.2 –Equity & Diversity Inclusion –Student Preparation for a Global Economy.Formerly was coordinator of minority programs in the School of Education.
Regina Todd Hicks. Director, minority programs, School of Science () E-mail: [email protected] Is a multicultural counselor.
Has developed recruitment and retention programs for college and precollege minority science students.