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Higher Education Counts: Achieving Results, 2010.

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This report, issued by the Connecticut Department of Higher Education, reports on trends in higher education for the year 2010. Six goals are presented, each with indicators. Each indicator is broken down into the following subsections: About This Indicator; Highlights; and In the Future. Most indicators also include statistical tables and figures providing supplemental data. The six goals include: (1) Student Learning; (2) Learning in K-12; (3) Access and Affordability; (4) Economic Development; (5) Responsiveness to Societal Needs; and (6) Resource Efficiency. A section listing Connecticut peer institutions concludes the report.

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Publication:ERIC: Reports
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Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jan 1, 2010
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