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As New School Year Begins, Colleges Take Aim at Graduation Rates

The start of another school year marks another attempt by colleges and universities in Texas to try to boost their four-year graduation rates, which have lagged far behind those of their peers in other states.

by Laura Rice, Texas Standard
Texas A&M University, the University of Texas and Rice University

The start of another school year marks another attempt by colleges and universities in Texas to try to boost their four-year graduation rates, which have lagged far behind those of their peers in other states.

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