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One degree of separation: How young Americans who don't finish college see their chances for success

Author(s):Johnson, J., Rochkind, J., Ott, A., DuPont, S., & Hess, J.
Date:2011
Organization(s): Public Agenda
Description:One Degree of Separation", is the third of a series of Public Agenda surveys designed to examine the problems of higher education and college completion from the perspective of those who know best: young people who've completed a postsecondary degree, and those who haven't. With fewer than half of those who enter a four-year college finishing in six years, and with a debate raging over the value of a college education, the perspective of these young Americans is more important than ever.
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