Colleges admit students without high school diplomas

05/30/2006 | NYTimes.com

Nationwide, about 2% of students in college have not graduated from high school or earned equivalency degrees, according to a federal survey in 2003-04. While some college officials believe everyone should have the opportunity to attend higher education, New York Gov. George Pataki fears such students aren't academically ready for college-level work and thus shouldn't receive state financial aid.

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