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Big Gap in College Graduation Rates for Rich and Poor, Study Finds

Wall Street Journal: "Big Gap in College Graduation Rates for Rich and Poor, Study Finds" And this is news?! Come on! Nobody wins until we close the college completion gap.

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from The Learning Network

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from USA TODAY

States keep eye on Tenn. free community college plan

Tennessee lawmakers approve free community-college measure. Would this plan help boost college graduation rates?

Are college graduation rates important? | Value Colleges

from Forbes

Dropout Redemption: Online Courses Can Increase College Graduation Rates

Dropout Redemption: Online Courses Can Increase College Graduation Rates. From my experience and that of others I know, many students are often a few credits or classes shy of a degree when opportunity knocks. Bureaucratic policies at home institutions sometimes hinder rather than help people to complete their degrees once they’ve left campus. Giving them simpler ways to complete the degrees via online courses could cause a pop in college graduation rates nationwide.

from NJ.com

GI Bill veterans have 52 percent college graduation rate, new study says

GI Bill veterans have 52 percent college graduation rate, new study says | NJ.com