Community college students who attend full time have a better chance to earn degree
About one-third of students who enrolled full time for at least some of their community college career earned an associate degree or a certificate, compared to only 23 percent of those who always enrolled part time, according to a new report.

Nebraska colleges are watching the legislative revenue debate
KWBE (with audio)
Nebraska Community Colleges says a revenue committee bill includes a proposed income tax rate reduction.

State to give money to two-year college students
Arkanas Traveller
Arkansas’ new free-tuition plan for qualifying community college students has education advocates hoping it will also lead to increased enrollments at four-year institutions.

Lawmakers work to bring free community college to Tennessee adults
The Tennessee Reconnect Act, which s making its way through state legislature, gives hope to Tennessee adults trying to afford to go back to school.

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