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Hanging in the Balance: Which Direction Will Student Loan Reform Take in the 118th Congress

The 2022 midterm elections will shape the power dynamics of the 118th Congress. House education leaders present us with a preview of what we can expect should either party control the chamber.

Why Community College Bachelor’s Degrees? Similarities and Differences Across Urban and Rural Settings

Community college bachelor’s degrees are making a difference for students in rural and urban communities.

How tuition-free college could help the student debt crisis

The $1.6 trillion student debt crisis has led President Biden to publicly consider forgiving at least $10,000 per federal borrower, yet critics of widespread student loan forgiveness argue cancelling loans for current debt holders does little to solve problems for future borrowers. But what if higher education were free?

New Study: Transit Infrastructure at America’s Community and Technical Colleges

TheSHSF Public Transit Map offers a first look at public transportation accessibility at America’s community and technical colleges.

A Day in the Life of a #RealCollege President

Dr. Keith Curry is President/CEO of Compton College and CEO of Compton Community College District

First Lady Dr. Jill Biden commits to free access to community college, training

WASHINGTON (AP) — Jill Biden is pushing free access to community college and training programs, saying the schools will be an important part of Biden administration efforts to rebuild the...
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