3 Big Challenges Obama's College-Rating Plan Will Face at Public Forums

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Secretary of Education Arne Duncan says the administration is aware of the flaws in existing federal data about colleges and is working to avoid any unintended consequences.
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President Obama's college-rating system isn't public yet, but it's already generating plenty of controversy.

Critics worry that the plan, which would judge colleges and universities based on measures of access, affordability, and student outcomes...

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