As states continue to decrease higher education funding, community colleges around the country are looking for new options to keep up with the high demand for access to postsecondary education. A proposal currently working its way through the California Assembly may offer a temporary solution, though the cost to students and potential increased burden on financial aid administrators has some concerned.
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