The paper aims to prove how suitable the Sequence Analysis’ tools are for studying the complexity of Italian Higher Education System. Through longitudinal administrative data of a cohort (AY 2001-2002) of enrolled for the first time at Sapienza University of Roma, this approach permits to: (1) describe the phenomena of late graduate and late performance (retention); (2) identify different type of students’ dropping out (attrition); (3) evaluate others particular phenomena (that are frequent in Italy) that can delay the students’ career (as such as intra or extra faculty mobility).

Decataldo, A., D'Alessandro, G. (2016). Research of Students’ Performance in Higher Education through Sequence Analysis. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Sequence Analysis and Related Methods (pp.721-736).

Research of Students’ Performance in Higher Education through Sequence Analysis

DECATALDO, ALESSANDRA;
2016

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The paper aims to prove how suitable the Sequence Analysis’ tools are for studying the complexity of Italian Higher Education System. Through longitudinal administrative data of a cohort (AY 2001-2002) of enrolled for the first time at Sapienza University of Roma, this approach permits to: (1) describe the phenomena of late graduate and late performance (retention); (2) identify different type of students’ dropping out (attrition); (3) evaluate others particular phenomena (that are frequent in Italy) that can delay the students’ career (as such as intra or extra faculty mobility).
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Higher Education; Sequence Analysis; administrative data; logitudinal analysis
English
Conference on Sequence Analysis and Related Methods
Decataldo, A., D'Alessandro, G. (2016). Research of Students’ Performance in Higher Education through Sequence Analysis. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Sequence Analysis and Related Methods (pp.721-736).
Decataldo, A; D'Alessandro, G
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