College plans rebound, but cost remains a top concern
Nearly two-thirds of parents surveyed for a Discover Student Loans report said their child’s post-high school plans have returned to what they were before the global pandemic. Most of those who have changed their college plans said they will attend a school closer to home, an online institution, or go to a less expensive place.
Opinion: Low-income students need bold solutions to get to — and through — college
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Students need more than just the promise of free tuition, according to author and research professor Jodie Adams Kirshner.
Opinion: It’s time to invest in NYC community colleges
The past year has amplified the need to better serve students at the community college level – students who are the economic engine of New York, writes Nicola Blake, a dean at Stella and Charles Guttman Community College.
N.C. college launches one of the nation’s first artificial intelligence programs
Wayne Community College is launching an artificial intelligence program, which may help students and the Goldsboro community capitalize on the state’s burgeoning tech boom.