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The untapped potential of ‘some college, no degree’

The Hill, Dec. 8, 2016

The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center reports that over the past two decades, more than 31 million students have enrolled in college and left without receiving a degree or certificate. A bachelor’s degree holder earns, on average, about 46 percent more than someone who has some college credits but no degree. Getting these would-be completers over the finish line could generate massive economic gains for individuals – and economies. Estimates suggest that the ‘some college, no degree’ problem represents lost economic value of $500 billion per year. Read more>

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