The rich are 8 times likelier to graduate college than the poor

From CNN Money:

The massive gap in college graduation rates between rich and and poor is growing even wider.

Some 77% of students from wealthy families earned bachelor’s degrees by age 24 in 2013, compared to only 9% of those from poor families, a new report has found.

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