College Completion Tool Kit
Promising State and Local Practices and U.S. Department of Education Resources That Can Support Them. The days of being able to rely on high school graduates to provide economic stability and vitality are over. More than half of all new jobs in the next decade will require a postsecondary certificate or degree. Accordingly, boosting the number of college graduates should be a central goal in every state’s workforce and economic development plan.
Raising college completion rates should be a central part of the strategy for reaching that goal.
||Economic / Workforce Development|
Retention & Completion
||All US States|