More teens turn to 2-year colleges

03/16/2004 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Many college-bound teenagers are enrolling in two-year colleges, as admittance rates to four-year colleges become more competitive and tuition costs soar. Some students say they prefer enrolling first in a two-year college to help ease the transition to a four-year college. The trend has been lauded by some educators, who say a stint in a two-year college could help some students hone their study skills.

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