5 edition of Racial origin and withdrawal from university found in the catalog.
Racial origin and withdrawal from university
J. Paul Grayson
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 16-19).
|Statement||J. Paul Grayson.|
|Series||[Publication series], Publication series (York University (Toronto, Ont.). Institute for Social Research)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 19 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||19|
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This study examined voluntary and involuntary withdrawal rates of students of various racial origins at York University in Ontario (Canada).
Data were obtained from three surveys of first-year students conducted in, andand involving 1, students. Racial origin and withdrawal from university by J. Paul Grayson. Published by Institute for Social Research, York University in [North York, ON].
Written in English. This study examined voluntary and involuntary withdrawal rates of students of various racial origins at York University in Ontario (Canada). Data were obtained from three surveys of first-year students conducted in, andand involving 1, students.
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