Outside-of-the-box Thinking on Graduation Rates

As reported by Inside Higher Ed, a university in Washington State challenges colleagues to develop metrics that better describe graduation rates for non-traditional, first generation, at-risk students. The current counting method has no way to account for “transfer patterns, for differential rates of progress among low-income populations, for developmental needs of students, and for the wide array of kinds of institutions in American higher education.”

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