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In S.C., Senate Democrats want to make tech college free for residentsThe State (with video)Seventeen Democratic senators propose spending $76 million a year to offer free tuition, vouchers for fees and other financial help to students at the state’s 16 technical colleges.
Commentary: Community colleges could use more state fundingYork Daily Record/Sunday NewsFinancial support for community colleges from Gov. Wolf and Pennsylvania’s General Assembly is crucial to the economic well-being of our residents and the state’s economic and workforce viability, writes John J. Sygielski, president of HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College.
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