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Do 80 Percent of Top Students Really Get Into an Elite College?

Do 80 Percent of Top Students Really Get Into an Elite College?

National College Progression Rates  For high schools participating in the National Student Clearinghouse StudentTracker service

National College Progression Rates For high schools participating in the National Student Clearinghouse StudentTracker service

Iniciar y No Terminar la Universidad Puede Ser Peor Que No Haber Iniciado -WSJ

A Bit of College Can Be Worse Than None at All

Iniciar y No Terminar la Universidad Puede Ser Peor Que No Haber Iniciado -WSJ

The Texas Ten Percent Plan’s Impact on College Enrollment

Students go to public universities instead of private ones

An analysis finds a steady rise in the proportion of college graduates paying too high a percentage of their annual income to repay student loan debt.

An analysis finds a steady rise in the proportion of college graduates paying too high a percentage of their annual income to repay student loan debt.

Colleges and universities are being graded based on the return on investment they provide to students, with that being determined by comparing how much the average graduate earns versus how much they paid in tuition and other fees to get their degree.

College graduates earn 85% more than those with high school-only

Earnings widen between college and high school-only grads. Those with a college diploma now make more than those without, and an advanced degree earns more than a high school diploma.

In our reading for the week, they talk about the importance of questions and how much of a difference they can make. Questions lead to new discoveries and that was the case when public agenda created a new survey that asked unrepresented populations on their experiences in for-profit universities. They discovered mixed reviews, different from what the schools have been trying to market.

Students and grads of for-profit colleges praise experience, question investment

Colleges looking to attract foreign students often rely on third-party recruiters | Newsday

Colleges use recruiters to attract foreign students

Colleges looking to attract foreign students often rely on third-party recruiters

Statistics show that more high school students are skipping college and going straight into the workforce.  The number of high school drop outs entering the workforce has increased as well.

Fewer U.S. Graduates Opt for College After High School

Income-Based Diversity Lags at Many Public Universities - NYTimes.com

Income-Based Diversity Lags at Many Public Universities

Income-Based Diversity Lags at Many Public Universities - NYTimes.com

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