The mean student attrition rate
for participating dental hygiene programs in this study was 3.
While the attrition rate
seemed high, Hayward said it might not be that much different from past cohorts.
Over the next five years, the generalist attrition rate
is projected to increase slightly to an average of 4.
Becoming too confident in making all attrition rates
because of a few years success of your conference can backfire.
NCTE launched TEACH2000 in May 1999 in an effort to reduce the numbers of new teachers leaving the profession; the average first-year teacher attrition rate
is 16 percent, according to an Education Week study.
The corporate finance course in the study had a substantially higher online enrollment and attrition rate
than its classroom counterpart.
Because smaller enterprises tend to have higher labor turnover rates in all countries, part of the reason why Ghana's total attrition rate
is higher than Zimbabwe's in 1994, notwithstanding its lower HIV prevalence rate, is due to the firm size effect on attrition.
Even a slight attrition rate
with recombination can produce a dramatic effect, whereas with mutation, a small attrition rate
produces only a small effect.
Usually, the true carbon attrition rate
is not known until the operation has shut down, the tanks and columns emptied, and the residual activated-carbon remaining is screened, bagged, and weighed.
How can developers lower the attrition rate
by moving ADME studies to earlier in the development process?
Sources said a major reason for the high attrition rate
in the CRPF is the ongoing fight against Maoists.
A final report will outline strategies to overcome barriers and decrease the attrition rate
, and provide advice on what investment is needed to support students to complete.