Ohio law bases 2-year college funding on student success

06/13/2014 | Blade (Toledo, Ohio), The

Ohio Gov. John Kasich has signed into law a measure that bases funding for two-year colleges on how many students finish classes and earn degrees and certificates. "It's good for the students because it motivates the colleges to come up with strategies to get them through faster and into jobs, which is our mission," said Laurie Sabin, chief financial officer for Owens Community College.

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