Tennessee lawmakers are considering plans to more closely align community colleges with public four-year institutions, The Tennessean reported. The plans are expected to move much of remedial education out of four-year institutions and into the community colleges. In addition, more coordination of curricular requirements is expected to result in paths that are more clear for students who want to start at a community college and then transfer into a four-year institution.
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