City Colleges of Chicago Chancellor Cheryl Hyman announced Tuesday that the colleges will grant nearly 3,300 associate degrees in 2012 — up 32 percent from 2011 and double the number 10 years ago.
In addition, an estimate released Tuesday indicates city colleges’ graduation rate in 2011 was 10 percent, an increase of 2 percent from the year before and the highest rate in 10 years, a written statement from City Colleges said.
Hyman said the graduation rate improvement was a result of a “new emphasis on encouraging timely completion of a degree,” particularly hiring more advisors.
That’s right, a 10 percent graduation rate. Wow, what was the graduation rate in the worst year?
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