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Ivy Tech Community College, a statewide community college system in Indiana, has been facing questions from legislators about what they perceive to be low graduation rates. Now Ivy Tech is facing the possibility that the State Workforce Innovation Council could cut off federal funds that the college receives through the Workforce Investment Act, The Journal Gazette reported. The state council has minimum completion rates, both for short-term and long-term programs, and Ivy Tech has some programs that are not meeting those minimums. At the same time, council officials said that they are reluctant to cut off Ivy Tech because it provides so much of the state's training.