Does participation in supplemental instruction (SI) sessions in higher education lead to higher mean grades, lower failure and withdrawal rates, and higher retention and graduation rates, as well as filling in the gap in the literature on how many sessions/how much time spent in SI is conducive for these results?
Bachelor of Arts, History, 2005, Rutgers University–New Brunswick; Master of Education, Social & Philosophical Perspectives, 2012, Rutgers University Grade School of Education
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