Do cash incentives encourage on-time college graduation?

12/11/2012 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

Officials in Ohio are considering adopting some of the recommendations of the Complete College Ohio Task Force, which released a report last month proposing tuition rebates, loan forgiveness and similar benefits for Ohio students who earn college degrees -- with acceptable grade point averages -- in four years. In 2002, about 30% of Ohio's full-time students in public universities had finished college in four years, while 60% took six years, notes nonprofit Complete College America.

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