When Michigan created its No Worker Left Behind program in 2007, providing generous job training benefits, community colleges were expected to provide much of the education and training. But as The Detroit News reported, only one in three participants have gone to community colleges -- many of which are straining under budget cuts. Instead, many believe for-profit institutions, which cost much more for those enrolling, have become the biggest beneficiaries of the program.
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- Deal for Michigan and Its Grad Students
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- An Opening for Community Colleges
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