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Lori Saxby,
I just read the stats when "200%" is  used to see the percentage of students who graduate.   I would like someone to extend the stats to ten years to see what the results are.   I do know many community college students are only taking 2 classes each session due to personal reasons- family and jobs--so it would be interesting to see what the graduation percentage would be for ten years since I believe this may be more realistic due to the economic status. 

Laura Smith, Ed. D. 
Academic Chair - Communications
Professor - Reading
St. Petersburg College - Tarpon Campus
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Subject: Re: New Year Greetings!

Happy new year!

Best,
Eric Clark

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> The College Reading and Learning Association wishes you a productive new year with many opportunities to provide, as Shane Lopez would say, "ripples" of hope to the students on your campus.
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> Please do let us know how we can help you in this endeavor!
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> Best wishes and stay warm!
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