By Dana Dossett and John Rosales For college students affected by poverty, community colleges often serve as an affordable means to earn a two-year associate’s degree, as a place where professional development opportunities abound, and as a bridge to a four-year university. Four out of 10 college-bound high-school graduates start their university education at a [...]
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