FCC commissioner, congressman get a look at Aiken Technical College’s tower and wireless installation program
Brendan Carr, who serves on the Federal Communications Commission, visited South Carolina’s Aiken Technical College, along with Rep. Joe Wilson, to take a look at the school’s tower and wireless installation program.
Whitmer nets GOP, business support for tuition-free programs
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer helped to unveil legislation that would offset tuition costs for students seeking a college degree or training certificate during a news conference at the Lansing Community College West Campus in Michigan.
Congress considers making college more accessible to people in prison
The momentum to open up opportunities for incarcerated people has also rippled into state legislatures.
Some colleges receiving the most GI benefits spend the least on educating veterans, report says
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Many colleges serving large numbers of veterans actually spend more on education than they charge in tuition and deliver high graduation rates. Those schools include Lakeshore Technical College in Wisconsin and Bismarck State College in North Dakota.