by Grand Forks Herald
November 17, 2012 at 3:30 pm in Grand Forks Herald
It’ll take more than simply attracting better-prepared students to boost college graduation rates, a Harvard study suggests. Continue Reading
Tags: Editorials, Graduation rates, Higher Education, North Dakota, Opinion, updates 2 Comments »
A free ride with no “skin in the game” and lax admission standards are a hand out, not a hand up. The free ride should be dependent on progress each and every year.
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Financial aid is a great, great concept, but when you have Student Loans of North Dakota going back on verbal agreements, they are just another telemarketing group. And, the Omnibudsman Group, although a good idea in theory, cannot or will not do anything to assist. It makes me very disturbed to know that the government allows people with the conduct of Student Loans of North Dakota to handle goverment funds and go back on agreements and bring someone’s intent of furthering their education to a halt. I hope someone in public office reads this and takes a look into some of Student Loans of North Dakota’s practices as they conduct such poor business practices. Not what the installers of student loans intended I am sure when they set up this aid for people to further their education.
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