While college retention rates since 2009 have remained constant, the percentage of first-time students still enrolled at any college in their second fall terms dropped 1.2 percentage points in the same time period, according to a new report by the National Student Clearinghouse. “We need to find better solutions for keeping students on track to graduation, whether that means the student transfers or stays put,” Doug Shapiro, executive research director of the Clearinghouse’s Research Center, says.
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