The Student Success Papers

The Student Success Papers, Volume 1 (March 2019)

Watson Scott Swail, Ed.D.

The Student Success Papers is a collection of short essays by Dr. Watson Scott Swail on critical issues related to the retention and graduation of students in higher education. Dr. Swail is a noted expert in student retention and has worked with thousands of professionals and hundreds of institutions over the past two decades. His company, the Educational Policy Institute and consulting subsidiary, SwailLandis, offer Retention Certification Workshops throughout the year to get campus-based practitioners up to speed on the latest data and practices that encourage and push students through to graduation. This volume contains 28 writings from Dr. Swail originally published between 2010 and 2019. Download your book or order a paperback version at Amazon.com.

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From Thought to Action: Essays on Education Policy and Postsecondary Opportunity (January 2019)

Watson Scott Swail, Ed.D.

"From Thought to Action" is the third compilation of Dr. Swail's "Swail Letters," which are published by the Educational Policy Institute (www.theswailletter.com). This edition covers his writings on education from January 2015 to December 2018. Topics include educational opportunity and college access; equity for underrepresented groups, including race/ethnicity and socio-economic status; college affordability and financial aid; and others. Download your book or order a paperback version at Amazon.com and Apple Books.

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From Thought to Action: Essays on Education Policy and Postsecondary Opportunity (January 2019)

Watson Scott Swail, Ed.D.

"From Thought to Action" is the third compilation of Dr. Swail's "Swail Letters," which are published by the Educational Policy Institute (www.theswailletter.com). This edition covers his writings on education from January 2015 to December 2018. Topics include educational opportunity and college access; equity for underrepresented groups, including race/ethnicity and socio-economic status; college affordability and financial aid; and others. Download your book or order a paperback version at Amazon.com and Apple Books.