Incomplete: The Quality Crisis at America's Private, Non-Profit Colleges

Analyzes data from the Department of Education’s College Scorecard and finds that at the average institution, nearly half of students are not graduating, many students are not earning sufficient incomes even years after enrollment, and far too many are unable to repay their loans. The study also develops a measurement called the "mobility metric," which ranks how well these colleges do for students of low and moderate incomes.

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