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Placing College Graduation Rates in Context: How 4-Year College Graduation Rates Vary with Selectivity and the Size of Low-Income Enrollment
C. Dennis Carroll (ed)
This Nat. Center for Educ. Statistics (NCES) report compares graduation rates, one of only a few systemwide accountability measures currently available, among 4-year colleges & universities that are similar with respect to selectivity & low-income enrollment. Further, the study identifies institutions that serve large low-income undergraduate populations, & compares those with relatively high graduation rates with other low-income serving institutions. The primary source of data used in this analysis is the 2004 Graduation Rate Survey, which is part of the Integrated Post-secondary Ed. Data System collected by the U.S. Dept. of Educ. Extensive charts, tables & graphs.
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Asia Rising: Why America Will Prosper as Asia’s Economies Boom
History of the New York Central System
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