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The Future of Statewide College Promise Programs

In the past few years, dozens of states, localities, and schools have proposed or enacted “free college” policies, also known as College Promise programs.

A Breakdown of the Promoting Real Opportunity, Success and Prosperity Through Education Reform (PROSPER) Act | Title I & II

The bill passed out of committee on a party-line vote and may be considered by the full House early this year.

New Report: Five Ways To Finance College Promise Programs

A new report from the College Promise Campaign and ETS describes five financial sustainability models for College Promise programs.

Merging of Savings Accounts Proposed for College Funding

Children’s savings accounts and college promise initiatives could be stronger if the two funding mechanisms for higher education were merged together, a professor argues.

Beyond the Statehouse

How to Use an Economic Impact Study to Communicate Your College’s Value to Constituents

Employer Tuition Assistance Boosts Student Success, Provides Revenue to Community Colleges

While many, if not all, community colleges build relationships with local employers and work to align training programs with local workforce needs, employer tuition assistance supports students in a variety of educational programs and can provide recipients access to a breadth of knowledge and skills that extend beyond their current job responsibilities.
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