Master of Hospitality Administration
First Committee Member
Tyra Hilliard, Chair
Number of Pages
The purpose of this paper will be to analyze how graduates of alternative learning high schools and GED certificate holders compare to traditional high school diploma recipients in terms of academic success at post-secondary institutions. A review of the existing literature and statistical analysis of entering students at a private career college will provide both a historical perspective and illustrate pertinent facts surrounding this issue. Analysis of the available information will provide the foundation for future planning and initiatives designed to improve the process or mitigate any identified inequities.
Academic achievement; College students; High school dropouts; High school students; Private universities and colleges
Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research | Hospitality Administration and Management
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Autenrieth, Michael C., "The GED and alternative learning center diploma as a factor in post-secondary persistence and success" (2009). UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones. 595.
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