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Author(s):Mortenson, T
Title:Institutional graduation rate for 1985 entering cohorts
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Short Description:Examines institutional graduation rates for the 1985 entering cohort by institution type, Pell eligibility, and SAT scores.
Annotation:Examines institutional graduation rates for the 1985 entering cohort by institution type, Pell eligibility, and SAT scores.
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Educational Attainment/College Degree Completion
High School Graduation
Pell Grants

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