America’s largest business coalition has graded each state’s public college system, and Connecticut’s two-year colleges have been given a C and four-year colleges a B in meeting the labor market demand.
“The state’s performance at the two-year level is particularly poor,” the report from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce reads, pointing out low graduation rates and other problems at the state’s community colleges.
See below for more grades of the state’s colleges.
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