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Why Wait? Early College, National & Local

  • Aired: 11/01/2017
  • 57:11
  • Rating: NR
In 2015, Cleveland Metropolitan Schools had a 69.1 percent graduation rate, compared to a national average of 78 percent. Bard’s first cohort at its Cleveland location graduated at a rate of 100 percent, with 80 percent earning an Associate of Arts degree at graduation. If an early start means a better chance for success in college, we ask, why wait?
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A discussion on early college, its present and future, in national and local contexts.
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