Completion Focus Can Cause Trade Offs For Community Colleges

July 20th, 2012

Facing Facts
The college completion agenda has helped community colleges face facts about where they fall short. But if the focus on completion gets too singular, two-year colleges run the risk of neglecting student access and even the quality of learning on their campuses. That was the message of a panel of community college leaders who spoke at a  meeting

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  1. The college academia as a whole has been deteriorating significantly over the past years. Focus should be on the quality of the material and laboratories, and they should not be concerned about statistics like completion. We need good minds to compete against the ever growing competition of the far east academia

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