Hechinger Report

A handful of states are trying something different. They’re launching “first-dollar” programs, in which money from the state can be applied first to tuition. That means low-income students can use their Pell grants and other federal aid for all those other costs of college.

Duplin Times

The state’s 58 community colleges are providing accessible postsecondary educational and job training to suit 21st-century demands. They deserve more funding and higher status.

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