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Document Number: 6359

1992-93 Bachelor's Degree Recipients and Their Opinions About Education in 2003 - In the 1992-93 academic year, the National Center for Education Statistics embarked on its first long-term study of bachelor's degree recipients. This report provides selected results on their opinions about education at the time of their 2003 interviews. Sections address their opinions on: (1) importance of undergraduate education, (2) undergraduate education and occupational training, (3) enrollment and completion of graduate education, and (4) satisfaction and importance of graduate education. The quality of undergraduate instruction remained very important in the lives of 61% of 1992-93 bachelor's degree recipients and 78% reported their undergraduate instruction as a whole was very important in preparing them for work and career. (Ellen M. Bradburn, Stephanie Nevill, Emily Forrest Cataldi and Kristin Perry, National Center for Education Statistics, July 2005)...


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