Delayed Graduation a Symptom of a Broken System

With the new school year upon us comes another reminder that the system of higher education is broken; far too often placing profit above learning. A symptom of this problem can be found in a new report showing the average full-time student no longer takes the course credits required to earn a bachelor's degree in five years. Meanwhile, college tuition is rising, making it even more vital for students to graduate on time. Unfortunately, several factors, including unnecessary courses, unavailable classes, and professors clamping down on the use of outside resources, are contributing to delays in graduation.


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