Higher ed chief says plan to push for accessible college degrees
AKRON, Ohio - Affordable bachelor's degrees in targeted subjects should be offered at Ohio public colleges within 30 miles of all state residents, and the Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine ... via LancasterEagleGazette
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#1 Mar 22, 2008
Why doesn't someone just decide how manyt college students thi state needs to educate? Everyone does not benefit from attempting college? Realy, what good does a bachelors degree in history do for you?
We don't need the number of slots we have now. Only something like 60% graduate within 6 years.
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