Free Tuition? Programs Should Focus On Students Who Started and Had to Stop.
Sanford J. Ungar, The Washington Post
Millions of American adults have started on the higher-education track at some point but did not graduate. And many already have either a high-quality, workforce-relevant postsecondary certificate or are “potential completers” with at least two years’ worth of college credits. If policymakers could figure out a way to push this group through, it would increase significantly the percentage of Americans with degrees and possibly inspire further leaps forward.