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Are community, For-Profit & Online colleges failing their students?

December 22, 2011

Excerpt from the article:

Recent reports on the graduation rates at community colleges, for-profit colleges, and online colleges indicate that all are struggling to provide students with cost-effective, efficient, and productive paths toward graduation. In Texas, only 30% of all full-time community college students end up with any degree at all after six years of attendance. Similarly, a March 2011 Connecticut Education Department report showed that only 10% of all full-time community college students in two-year Associates degree or shorter certificate programs graduated in three years.

Read the whole article at: http://www.onlinecolleges.net

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