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While California considers a plan to cut tuition and lower the cost of going to college, more than 50 local free two-year initiatives are popping up across the state.
As Tennessee’s Promise program expands to include adult students, other community college scholarship programs are figuring out how to replicate its success.
New nonprofit is intermediary between aviation employers and partner colleges, with tailored academic programs that could send graduates across state lines for well-paying jobs.
City College of San Francisco is struggling with money woes, dwindling enrollment and a long-running accreditation crisis, but many in the state say the college is changing for the better.
Some educators see other factors besides a recovering economy as a reasons why their enrollments are low.
Stackable credential pathways have plenty of promise, but a new study fuels worries about poorly designed programs shunting underrepresented student groups into short-term programs of questionable value.
With ITT Tech headed toward possible collapse, its students begin weighing whether to transfer or to seek to have their federal loans forgiven.
Advocates of free community college initiatives want to remain nonpartisan, and sometimes that means altering the rhetoric.
A planned scholarship to provide students in Kentucky with free tuition for the first two years is put on ice for a year by the state's governor.
The Obama administration announces a new $100 million competitive grants program to stimulate the expansion of free community college programs and connect college graduates to in-demand jobs.
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