MSU graduation rates increase, race gap persists

That has costs that go beyond the individual students who never get to graduation. It is a loss of talent for the state at a time when increasing the number of graduates has become an economic imperative, not to mention a poor use of the taxpayer money pays for at least a portion of those unfinished degrees.

via MSU graduation rates increase, race gap persists | Lansing State Journal | lansingstatejournal.com.

Why would you just assume it is a “loss of talent” when someone doesn’t graduate? If a person doesn’t graduate, maybe that person didn’t have the talent to graduate?

But this is a radioactive issue. Check your logic at the door …

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