Oklahoma business leaders support college completion agenda
Higher education and business leaders agree that Oklahoma needs more college graduates to keep up with industry demands. But others argue the need to ramp up the state’s graduation rates may be overblown.
When Joyce Coleman enrolled in the paralegal program at Rose State College, she didn’t fit the profile of a typical community college student.
But despite that, she’s exactly the kind of student Oklahoma business and higher education leaders hope to see increase in number in the coming years.
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