Access is good, but completion is better

Tuesday, April 09, 2024
Higher Ed Spotlight

Even though access to college degrees and high-quality credentials has increased, completion rates still need improvement. With more than 40 million Americans in the "some college, no degree” population, it's clear that the focus must now shift to supporting students—including adult learners—through every part of their educational journey. Lumina Foundation's Courtney Brown weighs in on the strategies that are addressing the completion challenge, as well as the necessary changes institutions and policymakers must make to help students cross the finish line. 

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