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Funding for college needs changed

January 1, 2013

Most freshmen who begin their studies at Ohio’s public colleges and universities will have their high hopes dashed. They will not graduate....

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WarrenProud

Jan-01-13 7:33 AM

Borrow the money from your parents as Mitt Romney suggested during his campaign. I'm sure they would have no problem paying for your public college education - yea right! The solution needs to be caps on these insane salaries & bonuses being paid to public college administrators and presidents while sending questionable students to community collegs to make sure they are prepared for the big time college work..

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DefeatSBB5

Jan-01-13 4:43 PM

"Most freshmen who begin their studies at Ohio's public colleges and universities will have their high hopes dashed. They will not graduate."

At least get your figures right, if you're trying to show that higher ed. in Ohio is not doing the job.

According to sources that track this grad rates nationwide, Ohio freshman graduate a little over 30% in 4 years; in 6 years, the rate is nearly 53%.

So, your opening sentence is misleading at best.

But then, we know your agenda.

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DefeatSBB5

Jan-01-13 4:54 PM

By the way, grad rates for "For-Profit" colleges are 17% (4 yrs.) and 22% (6yrs.) respectively.

So much for the idea that the almighty profit motive elicits better performance.

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