High school graduates may be attending college in record numbers, but that doesn’t mean they are necessarily ready for higher education, the Huffington Post reports. According to Complete College America -- a Washington-based nonprofit aimed at increasing college completion -- four in 10 high school graduates are required to take remedial courses when they start college. According to Cincinnati.com, two-thirds of those students attending four-year colleges in Ohio and Kentucky fail to earn their degrees within six years -- a number that is on par with national statistics. College completion rates are even lower...

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