Government

Where Free-Community-College Plans May Prosper: In the States

U. of Southern California

Morley Winograd, who leads the nonprofit Campaign for Free College Tuition, says the president’s proposal raises the stakes at the state level: “Every governor is going to have to have a response to constituents who want to know, ‘What are you doing about it here?’”
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Sixty-billion dollars for free community-college tuition will undoubtedly be a tough sell to a Republican-controlled Congress. But in statehouses and city halls around the country, advocates for free tuition are hoping that the national discussion...

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