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Monday, 3rd November 2008

The Costs of Failure Factories in American Higher Education

The Costs of Failure Factories in American Higher Education
Source: Education Outlook (American Enterprise Institute)

American higher education absorbs a larger share of GDP than that of other countries, but it has not produced a particularly high proportion of college graduates. College graduation rates are actually worse than the very low benchmark of high school graduation rates, but higher education institutions are not held accountable. The costs of this abysmal performance to students and taxpayers are high.



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