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Tuition freeze at Ohio public colleges would continue under Gov. Kasich’s budget Cleveland.com Tuition and mandatory fees at Ohio’s public two- and four-year colleges would remain frozen for two years under Gov. John Kasich’s proposed…


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Free college tuition could become a reality — at least in these states Yahoo FinanceThere are currently 12 states that have some type of legislative activity happening around this issue. Community colleges aren’t just cheaper…


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Two new clinics meet ‘huge need’ for health care at community colleges Minneapolis Star Tribune The clinics at North Hennepin and Anoka-Ramsey colleges in Minnesota help improve access for a group of young people that…


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‘M-cubed’ seeks to boost college success for Milwaukee students Milwaukee Journal Sentinel M³, or M-cubed, named for the three largest educational institutions in southeastern Wisconsin, aims to bolster the number of Milwaukee public school students…


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Trump’s first days keep Dreamers in immigration limbo Fortune Few groups face more uncertain fate under President Trump than the Dreamers, the 750,000 immigrants granted work permits and temporary residency since 2012 under Obama’s Deferred…


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Private colleges court community college students Wall Street Journal (subscription required) Small, private colleges have found a new place to troll for prospective students: At community colleges down the road, or even across the country….


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State colleges see surge in bachelor’s degrees, but is it too much of a good thing? Sun Sentinel The number of bachelor degrees offered at Florida community colleges has increased from 30 at four schools…


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Smart path to success Hawaii Business Magazine Community colleges offer low tuition (typically, a third less than a state university), convenient locations, open admissions and a broad spectrum of flexible courses in emerging fields where…


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Trump’s education secretary pick DeVos grilled by senators Greensboro News & Record Democrats on the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee grilled the wealthy Republican donor on a range of issues Tuesday from sexual…


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Community colleges rethink remedial education NPR (with audio) With more than 2 million students, California has one of the largest community college systems in the country. But its graduation rates have been disappointing for years….