Regents of Georgia university system individually asked 35 campus leaders how they planned to improve retention and graduation rates. The meetings were occasionally uncomfortable; the answers sometimes unsatisfactory.
Gates Foundation unveils new plans by four municipalities to push for better graduation rates.
Association's report documents flaws in sources of data on college degree completion -- without proposing any solutions, critics say.
Report aims to put a price tag on students who don't complete the first year -- using a method others denounce.
For third straight year, graduation rate for Division I college athletes holds steady.
Texas board wants to change funding formulas for universities and community colleges; faculty leaders question priorities and fairness of plan.
Biennial "Measuring Up" report card on higher education progress won't be published this year, as founder looks for a new home and new backers for it.
First available information from more-recent cohort of entering college students finds graduation rates stagnant, even receding.
As the "completion agenda" advances, systems of community colleges are agreeing on ambitious goals for increasing number of graduates. Are the plans realistic?
Researchers look at common ideas to improve degree completion, and find that popular strategies like cutting class size may not be cost-effective.
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