Community College Completion Progress Toward Goal of 50% Increase
American Association of Community Colleges
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This report uses data from the National Student Clearinghouse to provide a picture of how many students are earning their first credential from a community college, as well as those with subsequent credentials from community colleges. But community colleges also provide a critical role in preparing students to succeed in four-year colleges as well, and many students earn their degree at a four-year college without first earning a credential at the community college. This report illustrate this important fact from community colleges.
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