The University of Phoenix on Thursday published its third annual report on the academic outcomes of its students. Inside Higher Ed articles on earlier iterations of the report examined the strengths and flaws of the university's approach; this year's report shows little change in the institution's graduation rates, and compares its students' performance on tests of information literacy and academic proficiency to students at peer institutions. Phoenix's report remains unusual, in both for-profit and traditional higher education, for its straightforwardness and high visibility.
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