October 30, 2013
Redefine 'Full Time' So Students Can Graduate on Time, Paper Suggests
Salt Lake City
Seven out of 10 college students who fit the federal government's definition of being enrolled full time couldn't earn an associate degree in two years or a bachelor's degree in four even if they never changed majors, failed a course, or took one they didn't need, according to a new policy brief from Complete College America.
The report, released here on Tuesday at the nonprofit organization's annual summit of
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