Posted Thursday, August 9, 2012
Higher education officials have made it clear that the Ohio, which lags the nation in college graduates, needs to improve. A little more than a third of Ohio adults have at least an associates degree. Ohio's Chancellor Jim Petro joins us Thursday to discuss the ideas he charged a task force with investigating. Among them: better credit transfers and controls on tuition hikes. Join us for The Sound of Ideas, Thursday morning at 9:00.
Jim Petro, Ohio Chancellor
Jim Tressel, Vice-president for Strategic Engagement, University of Akron
Steve Gunderson, president and CEO, Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities
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