White House’s Score Card Data (‘The Chronicle of Higher Education’)



Among Ivy League institutions, Dartmouth is sixth on the list of highest reported median annual earnings among working students 10 years after enrollment, according to a new consumer tool released by the White House this weekend, reports The Chronicle of Higher Education.

The College Scorecard, reports the Chronicle, is “aimed at helping students and their parents compare colleges. To the great delight of higher-ed wonks, the Obama administration also released the troves of data underlying the tool—including previously unavailable figures on student debt, loan repayment, and graduate earnings.”

Read the full story, published 9/14/15 by The Chronicle of Higher Education.

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