Friday, May 27, 2011
San Diego State University has raised its graduation rates significantly but at what cost? Is this a case of making sure the college and student fit or just limiting admissions to "better" students? Has SDSU generated a better graduation rate by losing its mission in search of higher status and higher status students? Or has the University just gotten real about matching its student body to its aspirations and reality as an emerging research university? Are those aspirations basically discriminatory? Read the full article at Inside Higher Education by clicking here.
Posted by Neal Raisman - NRaisman & Associates at 10:45 AM