Oregon eyes tuition-free community college

Community college would be tuition-free for two years for Oregon high school graduates with a C average, under a state legislator’s proposal.

Indiana hopes to raise college graduation rates by “guiding” students to choose a “pathway” to a degree. Once students commit to a major or program of study, they’d be told which courses to take to reach their goal.

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  1. Hmmm…a 2.0? Really? So, who pays for needed remedial education? Hopefully the K-12 school or district from which the student comes. What happens at the end of two years when the student hasn’t finished? Tennessee is trying this and I am not hopeful…