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How Long Will It Take to Graduate?

Graduation Guarantees Institutions of higher learning have been required to track and disclose graduation rates or completion rates since the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act (P.L. 101-542) was passed in 1990.  Some adjustments have been made in the law

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A Closer Look

Examining the G.E.D. as a Stepping Stone to a College Degree The GED Testing Service administered the GED in its most recent form until 2014.  The test has gone through another set of changes and is now administered by Pearson

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Then and Now

Women in Higher Education in the U.S. Over Time Women Earning Degrees Bachelor’s Degrees In 1840, the first woman to earn a bachelor’s degree in the U.S. graduated from Wesleyan College in Georgia. In 2010, the number of bachelor’s degrees

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A Larger View

College Graduates Worldwide 6.7 % of the people in the world are college graduates. ——— Works Cited  Barrow, R.J. and Lee, J.-W., from Harvard University and the Asian Development Bank as cited in Wilson, D. Education’s Ties to the Economy. 

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