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New Program Intended to Expand College Access | Washington Informer

November 09, 2023
  • D.C. Policy Center

On November 8, 2023, an article by Julie Rubin was cited by the Washington Informer:

In its March 2023 report, D.C. Policy Center criticized OSSE’s collection of post graduation data, saying that more information about who’s completing their postsecondary education and where could help improve college and career outcomes. 

According to the report, less than 10% of D.C. high school graduates will acquire a bachelor’s degree within six years of graduating.

Read more: New Program Intended to Expand College Access | Washington Informer

Related D.C. Policy Center publication: D.C. collects minimal data on how students do once they’ve graduated. More data could help improve early career outcomes.


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