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Washington Post Article Cites Judith Scott-Clayton and Tom Bailey

A Washington Post column, "Offering Too Many Choices Can Hurt Community Colleges and Their Students," discusses how a loosely structured community college experience with an overabundance of choices leads to low student graduation rates, drawing on research by Judith Scott-Clayton and a recent book by Thomas Bailey and others.

Read the article here.

Published Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015

Washington Post Article Cites Judith Scott-Clayton and Tom Bailey

A Washington Post column, "Offering Too Many Choices Can Hurt Community Colleges and Their Students," discusses how a loosely structured community college experience with an overabundance of choices leads to low student graduation rates, drawing on research by Judith Scott-Clayton and a recent book by Thomas Bailey and others.

Read the article here.

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