August 13, 2008
Analysts Call for National Effort to Get More Students Through College
The United States would economically benefit from a substantial increase in the share of its population with college degrees, but both higher-education institutions and the federal government are doing too little to ensure that college students graduate, several public-policy analysts argued here on Tuesday at a forum sponsored by the Center for American Progress.
The center, a liberal-leaning research organization, staged the forum to release its own proposed federal
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