Get access to our best features

Texas Wants to Save Community Colleges From Sinking

Summary by Ground News
Texas community colleges have lost 827,000 students since the beginning of the pandemic. The 87th Texas Legislature empowered the Texas Commission on Community College Finance to redesign the funding model. Some of the group's preliminary recommendations include financially rewarding colleges for the number of students who earn credentials of value.
Published 2 months ago · Austin, United States

News Articles

More Filters
All
Left
Center
Right

Texas Wants to Save Community Colleges From Sinking

Moss often felt depressed and frustrated as a homebound high school student in Ellis County. They felt isolated from other students and spent a lot of time waiting for teachers to answer emailed questions. They also repeated the ninth grade since they were unable to finish their school work because of several health problems. Moss struggled, but earned their high school credits. Through a dual-enrollment program at their high school and Navarro …

2 months ago
Read Full Article
Think freely.Subscribe and get full access to Ground NewsSubscriptions start at $9.99/yearSubscribe

Bias Distribution

100% of the sources lean Left
The Texas Observer
L 100%
See less detail