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Alternation Special Edition No 17 (2015) Student Access, Throughput and Dropout in Higher Education in South Africa: A New Take on an Old Challenge

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Sadhana Manik and Labby Ramrathan   Editorial: Student Access, Throughput and Dropout in Higher Education in South Africa: A New Take on an Old Challenge | PDF
Labby Ramrathan and Daisy Pillay   Re-Imagining and Expanding the Discourse of Student Access, Throughput and Drop-Out within the South African Higher Education Context | PDF
Ted Sommerville and Veena S. Singaram   The Whole is Greater than the Sum: A Longitudinal Study of Demographic Influences on Medical Student Assessment Scores | PDF
Subethra Pather and Rajendra Chetty   The Habitus and Social Capital of First-Year Students: A Case Study | PDF
Duduzile Mzindle   You cannot talk about us without us: A Voice from Student Dropout | PDF
Padhma Moodley and Rachael Jesika Singh   Addressing Student Drop-Out Rates at South African Universities | PDF
Samukelisiwe Mngomezulu and Labby Ramrathan   Academic Intervention Experiences of ‘At Risk’ Students in a South African University | PDF
Zilungile Sosibo   Support Strategies for Scaffolding Students’ Acquisition of Academic Literacy Skills: Experiences at a University of Technology | PDF
Nicholas Munro and Michael Anthony Samuel   African Students who Excel in South African Higher Education: Retro(Pro)Spectivity and Co-Regulation of Learning | PDF
Simon. B. Khoza and Sadhana Manik   The Recognition of ‘Digital Technology Refugees’ amongst Post Graduate Students in a Higher Education Institution | PDF
Suriamurthee Maistry   Crossing Over to Education for Ph.D. Study: Liminality and Threshold Crossing | PDF
Sadhana Manik   Calibrating the Barometer: Student Access and Success in South African Public Higher Education Institutions | PDF

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