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    Why Palomar College’s Completion Rate Is Between 9% and 51%

    Mar 3, 2015

    By: Phil Hill College accountability, college scorecards, graduation rates, completion rates. We are inundated lately with public discussion of how our colleges and universities should make their students’ completion rates available and how state and federal government should evaluate colleges based on these rates. Noble goal, but is it that

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    Think Student Debt Situation Is Improving? Look At Data And Think Again

    Feb 25, 2015

    By: Phil Hill One of the most frustrating memes last year originated with the faulty Brookings Institution report on student debt that claimed: Ultimately, Akers and Chingos conclude that typical borrowers are no worse off now than they were a generation ago, and also suggest that the borrowers struggling with

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    Essex County College Taking Charge of Learning

    Feb 23, 2015

    By: Phil Hill Michael Feldstein and I are working with our partners In The Telling to produce a new e-Literate TV series on personalized learning, made possible by a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. We have started to share some sneak previews of videos from the series,

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    Michelson 20 Million Minds Brings OER to 13 CSU’s

    Feb 19, 2015

    Michelson Twenty Million Minds Foundation Brings Free Textbooks to 13 CSU Libraries with OpenStax College   Rising costs of textbooks is combated by the arrival of free, high-quality OpenStax College textbooks that could save CSU students millions each year Los Angeles, Calif. — February 19, 2015: The Gary Michelson Twenty Million

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    Rethinking Prior Learning Assessments

    Jan 30, 2015

    By Michael Feldstein Prior learning assessments are increasingly touted as a way to make college both more affordable and equitable. This approach allows students with life experience equivalent to college-level proficiency to receive degree credit for their knowledge. In theory, it’s great. Post-traditional students with real work experience get a

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