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Free community and technical college bill stalled in state House Education Committee
Beckley Register-Herald
With the omnibus education bill still being debated by South Carolina lawmakers, one bill that could offer free tuition to community and technical colleges has been put on the back burner.

Commentary: Free community college a necessity for the Inland Empire
Press-Enterprise
A free year of college for new full-time community college students under the $46 million California Promise Grant has allowed students to incur less debt and opened the door to more people who want to go to college, writes Henry Shannon, superintendent/president of Chaffey College.

Cerritos College announces 2 years of free tuition for underserved students
KTLA5
Cerritos Complete not only covers the $2,000 tuition fee, but also offers participants early enrollment, one-on-one counseling and advisement.

Dallas program offering tuition-free bachelor’s degrees hits 16,000 pledges
Dallas Business Journal
Dallas County Promise — an ambitious initiative to send every graduating senior to college for free — is gaining momentum and posting some impressive numbers.

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