Colleges may avoid recruiting non-traditional students for fear of being castigated

November 27, 1998

Colleges may avoid recruiting non-traditional students for fear of being castigated over poor retention and achievement rates, David Gibson said this week. He called for a public debate.

He told the AoC annual conference that some principals "tried to avoid" the government's drive to widen participation because of problems with achievement and retention.

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