The Day: Low graduation rates and high costs across Connecticut colleges, report says

By Erica Moser


"A new report from the nonprofit Education Reform Now CT shows that multiple four-year colleges in the state have low 6-year graduation rates or charge high net prices to low-income students, or both, compared with similar schools across the country.
But representatives of some of the colleges have taken issue with which schools were deemed comparable, and have pointed to the impact of decreasing financial aid from the state."

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