Students With Much College Credit Are Target For Completion Increase

October 19th, 2011

Low-Hanging Fruit 
The Institute for Higher Education Policy held a meeting focused on how “near-completers” – people who have earned most but not all of the credits they need for a college degree. The organization also discussed their Project Win-Win, which has helped nine institutions award nearly 600 associate degrees and identify almost 1,600 students who are candidates for earning degrees. (Inside Higher Ed, 09/14/11)

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  1. They should really focus on those nearly graduates. It’s a waste if they won’t get a degree because they are almost there, just a few more. Getting a degree is really important I hope the administration sees that not only associates. Associate is good but a degree is better.

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