The Pell Divide: How Four-Year Institutions are Failing to Graduate Low- and Moderate-Income Students

Examines the graduation rates of first-time, full-time Pell students at four-year institutions, with a special focus on institutions that serve a high percentage of Pell students. The report also examines the graduation rate gaps that exist between first-time, full-time Pell and non-Pell populations at all four-year institutions in this sample.

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