Community college success can't be measured by degrees

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New York’s community colleges have become a popular option for people looking for additional education after high school. But a new study suggests that the state’s schools aren’t turning out enough students with degrees.

Onondaga Community College educators say, however, that the study’s conclusions may not necessarily apply to community colleges.

They say that many of their students may simply be seeking to continue their education, and a degree may not be their goal.

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