Too many college students won't make it to graduation because of rising tuition costs and ineffective transfer policies, says a new report from the National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education.
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With employment at nine percent, even graduates of expensive four-year colleges are finding it hard to get jobs. Did they waste their time and their parents’ money? Are there alternatives to prepare for work in a changing economy?
<p>In 1988, an accident in her home erased Su Meck’s memory. After 23 years of relearning her life, the Gaithersburg woman has earned membership in the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society and a degree from Montgomery College.</p>
The United States will not reach the Obama administration’s goal of becoming the most college-educated country in the world by 2020 unless the country eliminates the income-based inequalities that cause a gap in degree attainment between rich and