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W.Va. report raises questions about scholarships

Source: Posted By: Jacky S...3511 days ago

Recipients of merit-based PROMISE scholarships stay in West Virginia at a lower rate than the average in-state college graduate, a new report shows.

Some lawmakers say the finding is not necessarily a knock on the program.

"We're looking at a cup, and someone's saying it's one-third empty when really it's two-thirds full," said state Sen. Mike Oliverio, D-Monongalia.

West Virginia University's Bureau of Business and Economic Research reported Wednesday that about 62 percent...

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