Increasing College Access through the Implementation of Naviance: An Exploratory Study
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Increasing College Access through the Implementation of Naviance: An Exploratory Study


A recent peer-reviewed study from the University of Arkansas and the Denton (TX) Independent School District found that using Naviance was a strong predictor of students applying to college by making college and career information available, helping students create individualized learning plans, and establishing a college-going culture.

The study examined five dependent variables that were likely to be good predictors of college application rates: gender, socioeconomic status, GPA, number of years of using Naviance, and the average annual logins to Naviance. Findings indicated that the average number of times a student logged into Naviance accounted for the largest variance in the college application rates.  


Christian, David; Lawrence, Amy; and Dampman, Nicole (2017) "Increasing College Access through the Implementation of Naviance: An Exploratory Study," Journal of College Access: Vol. 3 : Iss. 2 , Article 4.


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